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Reminiscences of Camborne - William Tuck, c.1880
REMINISCENCES OF CAMBORNE. When the little hamlet of Camborne was in its infancy there stood just in a central position a primitive erection or shelter for those who might bring their commodities...

Rodolph Eric Raspe - Robert Hunt, 1885
RODOLPH ERIC RASPE, Author of The Travels of Baron Munchausen THE eastern end of the counting-house on Dolcoath Mine is built, in part, of rectangular blocks of copper slag. These were found buried...

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Summer Excursion to St Keverne, July 2006
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The Camborne Riots of 1873 - Clive Carter, 1976
THE CAMBORNE RIOTS OF 1873 by Clive Carter Author of Cornish Wrecks, the North Coast and The Blizzard of '91. Although the mining of copper and tin created industrial Cornwall there was inevitably...

The Circle - William Penaluna, 1819
The Circle, or Historical Survey of Sixty Parishes Towns in Cornwall CAMBORNE. This parish is situated about four miles west of Redruth. Its name, which is neither disgraced nor dignified with the...

The Endowed Public Charities of Camborne - T Fiddick Jnr, 1898
The Endowed Public Charities of Camborne. Compiled by T Fiddick, Jnr. Chairman of the General Purposes Committee, Camborne Urban District Council, 1898. THE Camborne Urban District Council having...

The Great Dolcoath - Albert Bluett, 1898
THE GREAT DOLCOATH To the north-west of Carn Brea, and very near it, lies one of the most interesting areas in Cornwall. For a couple of miles or so the surface presents a strange appearance by the...

The Old Roads of Camborne - Lloyd H Woodcock, 1977
THE OLD ROADS OF CAMBORNE by Lloyd H. Woodcock Many of the roads and lanes in Camborne remained the same for hundreds of years prior to the mining development at the end of the eighteenth century. In...

The Packet Camborne-Redruth News
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The re-erection of a cross at Gwellavellan, Camborne
New home for Cornish cross A couple of years ago, Mr David Thomas, president and recorder of Camborne Old Cornwall Society, was informed of the discovery of an ancient Cornish cross. For many years...

The Universal British Directory, Camborne, 1791
C A M B O U R N E, CORNWALL. CAMBOURNE Churchtown lies four miles West of Redruth, twelve miles West of Truro, in the great Western road leading from Truro to the Land's End, nine miles North of...

This is Cornwall - News
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This is Cornwall - Politics
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