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From the atlas ‘The Theatre and Empire of Great Britain‘ Published in 1614
John Speede wrote ‘Touching the temperature, the air thereof is cleansed with bellows, by the billows that ever work off her environing seas, where though it cometh pure and subtle, and is made thereby very healthy, but withall so piercing and sharp, that it is apter to preserve than recover life’ The deep valley of the river Tamar almost makes Cornwall an island from mainland or ‘up-country’ England.
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