Fishing Boats of CornwallFishing Boats of Cornwall



These are discussed alongside more unusual boats, such as the St Ives 'jumbo' and the Mevagissey 'tosher'. The book brings the story up to date, including modern photos of existing boats gathering for the bi-annual Looe lugger regatta.

Author: Mike Smylie

Publisher:

ISBN: 0752449060

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Page: 128

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Tracing the history of Cornwall's fishing boats from the earliest days to the present

Gourmet CornwallGourmet Cornwall



OUR DADDY MAT M SHR SAILING TRIPS SMILY AT HAM MEUBE compared
with 930 active fishermen in 2001. During Elizabeth I's reign , Cornish fishing was
nationally important . Cornish boats were sailing to Newfoundland for cod ...

Author: Carol Trewin

Publisher: Alison Hodge Publishers

ISBN: 0906720397

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Page: 224

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Talks about the food and drink of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly; the dedicated men and women who produce it, and the chefs who create some of the finest contemporary dishes. This book features a study of regional food in Britain.

Deep sea Fishing and Fishing BoatsDeep sea Fishing and Fishing Boats



With Illustrations and Descriptions of the Boats, Nets, and Other Gear in Use, by
Edmund W. H. Holdsworth Edmund ... 111 - fishery almost confined to Cornwall ,
187 - fishing in Cornwall , 130 , 157 , 188 - - at Guernsey , 214 - on the Irish coast
 ...

Author: Edmund William Hunt Holdsworth

Publisher: London : E. Stanford

ISBN: UOM:39015042746050

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Page: 429

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Rambles Beyond Railways Or Notes in Cornwall Taken A footRambles Beyond Railways Or Notes in Cornwall Taken A foot



Here , the idlers of the place assemble to lounge and gossip , to look out for any
outwardbound ships that are to be seen in the Channel , and to criticise the
appearance and glorify the capabilities of the little fleet of Looe fishing - boats ,
riding ...

Author: Wilkie Collins

Publisher: London : R. Bentley

ISBN: WISC:89005256748

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Page: 304

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Vanishing CornwallVanishing Cornwall



be over, the annual standby for the pilchard harvest no longer the greatest event
of the fishing year but part of a seasonal catch. Fishingboats were built in every
port of any size from St. Ives to Looe, their shape and structure designed to suit ...

Author: Daphne Du Maurier

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780748114672

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Page: 216

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An eloquent elegy on the past of a county she loved so much - The Times 'There was a smell in the air of tar and rope and rusted chain, a smell of tidal water. Down harbour, around the point, was the open sea. Here was the freedom I desired, long sought-for, not yet known. Freedom to write, to walk, to wander, freedom to climb hills, to pull a boat, to be alone . . . I for this, and this for me.' Daphne du Maurier lived in Cornwall for most of her life. Its rugged coastline, wild terrain and tumultuous weather inspired her imagination, and many of her works are set there, including Rebecca, Jamaica Inn and Frenchman's Creek. In Vanishing Cornwall she celebrates the land she loved, exploring its legends, its history and its people, eloquently making a powerful plea for Cornwall's preservation.

A complete parochial history of the county of Cornwall ed by J Polsue A complete parochial history of the county of Cornwall ed by J Polsue



In 1769 the tithe on the fish taken amounted to £485 1s . 9d . A pier for the
purpose of affording shelter for the fishing boats was constructed at an early
period by the Trewollas who owned the manor of Trelevan ; this was re -
constructed about ...

Author: Joseph Polsue

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:555055453

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Page:

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Hartland Point to North Foreland The Fishing Industry Through TimeHartland Point to North Foreland The Fishing Industry Through Time



Fishing. Boats. Again, as in the previous volume, we see a diverse collection of
fishing craft working these shores – from Cornish luggers to Ramsgate smacks. In
between, we find many beach-based craft such as the various Cornish crabbers,
 ...

Author: Mike Smylie

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 9781445614694

Category:

Page: 96

View: 848

Continuing the voyage round the coast, Mike Smylie shows us the fishing industry as it once was on the South Coast and intersperses the images with modern views.

Journal of the Royal Institution of CornwallJournal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall



London is our principal market ; I believe also a few boats pursue a constant
fishery for herrings in Looe Bay . Fleming spawn sinks to the bottom of the sea .
When shed the fish also voids with it a gluey material to enable the globules to
stick to ...

Author: Royal Institution of Cornwall

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924112373414

Category:

Page:

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Includes the Reports of the Institution, which, prior to the establishment of the Journal, were issued separately.

North Devon Including West Somerset and North Cornwall from Exmoor to the Scilly IslesNorth Devon Including West Somerset and North Cornwall from Exmoor to the Scilly Isles



BROADFORD HOTEL , The best starting place for the Cuchullins , Loch Scavaig ,
and Loch Coruisk , which are seen to greatest advantage when ap . proached
from the sea . Good Sea , River , and Loch fishing ; also Boats free of charge .

Author: Charles Slegg Ward

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HN6NG1

Category:

Page: 160

View: 266

The Fishing GazetteThe Fishing Gazette



Encouraged by the success which attended last year's mackerel fishing , the
fishermen of Cornwall are speculating freely for the coming season . Several
large decked boats are being built at all the fishing ports ; and these Cornish
tishing ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112089607813

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Page:

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Annual ReportAnnual Report



FISHING BOATS . - A premium of Ten Pounds , by Major Jenkins , of Assam , in
India , for the best Essay on the several descriptions of fishing boats used on the
coast of Cornwall , and in the Scilly Islands ; with particular advertence to their ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433062735695

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Page:

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Handbook for travellers in CornwallHandbook for travellers in Cornwall



35 dation to a fleet of 150 or 200 boats , Winter . . 44 : 66 39 . 12 of which nine -
tenths are for drift - net fishing , and average from 20 to 22 The mean range of
daily tempera tons burden . Few spectacles are ture for the year at Penzance is 6
.

Author: John Murray (publishers.)

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590707213

Category:

Page: 80

View: 369

Highways and Byways in Devon and CornwallHighways and Byways in Devon and Cornwall



IVES 313 the fishing boats are hauled up in safety . It is a sweet and sunny place
, a harbour full of clear green water , the sandy shores of the wide bay curving
round past Phillack and Gwithian , past Godrevy Island , where the lighthouse ...

Author: Arthur Hamilton Norway

Publisher: London : Macmillan

ISBN: NYPL:33433075903520

Category:

Page: 391

View: 436

The Motor BoatThe Motor Boat



50 in a few hours ; while , from the fisherman's point of Several new orders , with
more to follow , are the results view , the result was probably even more
advantageous . of the successes of the various Cornish motor fishing boats If they
had ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: CHI:103317384

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Page:

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