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Vol. VIII. January 1, 1862. No. 47.
LIIL—NEWLYI AJSTO ITS FISH WOMEN.
1 N How atur frequentl e has been y leas...
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Vol. Viii. January 1, 1862. No. 47.
Vol . VIII . January 1 , 1862 . No . 47 .
Liil—Newlyi Ajsto Its Fish Women.
_LIIL—NEWLYI _AJSTO ITS FISH WOMEN .
1 N How Atur Frequentl E Has Been Y Leas...
_1 N How atur frequentl e has been y least do we bountiful notice that of her in gifts those of beauty spots of and ear of th cultur wher e e , human
there Providencewith a keen eye to supply the wants of the race Nowher , bestows eperhaps other , and in more England substanti has al thi benefits s observation . more point
than whilst , contrasting , the relative advantages of the two neighwhere boring the counties traveller , Devon ' s and and Cornwall taste have . Emerg been ing gratified from by Devon the ,
picturesque scenery and eye luxuriant vegetation of the country he has passed _throug-h , the flat , barren tracts of Cornwall form an
unattractive unpleasing and as the invidious latter is contrast in parts . , Yet Cornwall of these is intrinsicall two counties y the , richestfor it possesses two sources of trade and commerce which
equalize , the position and support in independence the tenants of its soil
. Inlandthe miner ' s labor is rewarded by the valuable ores extracted from , beneath its sterile earth , whilst , on the other hand , the with
sea that lashes against its bold cliffs teems at certain seasons sumption slioals of little form silvery a large fish source , and of these commerce , as a recognised between article tlie Continent of
conand our southern , fisheries . tliat We and happened other towns this autumn on a tour to be we in and were near making Penzance throug , visiting h the
southern counties of England : we were a party of English excursionistsbent on seeking health and pleasure within the boundary
tourists of our , own who littl lured e island by the ; nevertheless tempting , advertisements we were not among of railway those
directorscommit , their persons , lives , and property , to the risk of excursion , trainthe understanding they shall travel a iven
son g numb We er had of mile oil s _^ in contrary a stated p an eriod old of -fashioned time . wish to see what we
looked seenWe upon ther , , and efore occasionall determined y to quietl put y no to pressure reflect on on time what ; to we travel had
. by rail , _coaoh , or foot , as fancy dictated , and with observation
vol . yux . _**
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Jan. 1, 1862, page unpag, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01011862/page/1/