CALH Journal

Contents CALH Journal (No. 70) 2018 

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        CALH Spring Conference
3      Let's Go To Town Marilyn Thompson
4      Meetings and Market Places before the Early Medieval Period Henrietta Quinnell 
6      Charters, Liskeard and Looe Tony Wood 
8      Greedy Patrons and Venal Voters: Rotten Boroughs in Georgian Cornwall Edwin Jaggard
10    When is a Village not a Village? Joanna Mattingly 
14    Fixation lines, Fore Streets & Fairgrounds: the shapes of Cornish towns Nick Cahill
16    The Mystery of the St Day Draper’s Book Lesley Trotter
17    Sure Shipmen and Vicious Pilots: Fowey during the Hundred Years’ War Sam Drake
18    Newquay – A Nineteenth Century New Town Marilyn Thompson
22    The Future of Cornish Towns: Origins and future prospects Colin Buck
25    Camborne: A Vanishing World Ian Thompson


26    Visit to St. Keverne and Boden Fogou Marilyn Thompson
29    Visit to the Churches of St. Ervan and St. Eval and Penrose Chapel Marilyn Thompson
33    Dark Age Settlement at Mawgan Porth Lynne Hendy
34    St Keyne Well Cleaning Duncan Paul Matthews
35    Visit to Callington Sheila Morrell-Davies
36    Trebeigh (St Ive parish) and the Hospitallers of St John of Jerusalem Oliver Padel & Marilyn Thompson
38    Autumn Conference October 2017 Joan Webb 
40    Cornish Boundaries and Crosses Andrew G. Langdon
47    Richard Carew of Anthony Duncan Paul Matthews
48    The Bodmin Guide Stone – Telling a Story Ian Thompson
50    West Penwith Fingerstones – Billy Foss and Henry Quick Caroline Gill & Ian Thompson
53    Harry Williams, Monumental Mason Hilary Ballard
58    Chairman’s Day at Polperro Sheila Morrell-Davies
60    History of Polperro School Hazel Harradence  
61    A Royal Visit Hilary Ballard 
62    Mermaids Duncan Paul Matthews
63    Crying The Neck Duncan Paul Matthews 
64    A History of Zennor (2) Jean Nankervis
67    Midsummer's Eve Bonfires Duncan Paul Matthews 
68    The Wreck of the Ellis Brigantine Jeremy Rowett Johns
70    John Smeaton (1724-1792) Duncan Paul Matthews
72    St Anne’s Freemason's Lodge in East Looe, former Quaker Meeting House of 1717 Duncan Paul Matthews 

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