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Ejected 1662. cf. Palmer's Noncon. Memorial lin, 6th Feb., 1797. (1775), i, 290.

Account of the Wreck of the Postboy. FalThe Strife of Brethren ; and a Treaty for Peace. Two Sermons. The one preached at the Morning Lecture, in the Citie of London; FERRIS, OCTAVIUS ALLEN (son of William the other, more enlarged, in another congrega Ferris). b. Truro, 27th Aug., 1805. tion. By J. Fathers, Master in Arts. Lond., Elementary Lessons in English Etymology, printed by Matthew Simmons, and are to be

with copious exercises... Part I, Separable words. sold by Christopher Meredith, at the Crane, in By 0. Allen Ferris, formerly a student in UniPaul's Churchyard ; 1648, sm. 4o., pp. 26 and versity College, London. Lond., Simpkin, 1862, Epistle Dedicatory unpaged. Br. Museum. 8o., pp. viii and 74.

The content of a wayfaring man; and the accompt of a Minister's removall. Two Sermons. FERRIS, RICHARD. The one preached at the morning lecture, in the

The most dangerous and memorable aduenture Citie of London ; the other, more enlarged, in

of Richard Ferris, one of the fiue ordinarie another congregation. By J. F[athers], M.A.

messengers of her Maiestie's Chamber, who deLond., printed by Matthew Simmons, 1648,

parted from Tower Wharfe, on Midsommer day sm. 4o. Pagination of first sermon (in continu

last past, with Andrew Hill and William Thomas, ation of previous volume), pp. 29-41, of second

who vndertooke in a small Wherry Boate to sermon, pp. 45–75. Br. Museum.

rowe by sea to the citie of Bristowe, and are NOTE.-The first sermon is dedicated to John, Lord

now safely returned. Wherein is particularly Roberts, Baron of Truro; the second-to Francis Buller, Member of the House of Commons; in which he men

expressed their perils sustained in the said voytions the “ publick acknowledgments of what I owe unto

age, and the great entertainment they had at your family, for my first induction into a pastoral seuerall places vpon the coast of England, as charge.

they went, but especially at the said citie of FAWCETT, HENRY, M.P. (son of Will. Fawcett).

Bristow. Published by the sayd Richard Ferris. b. Salisbury, 1833.

Lond., printed by John Wolfe for Edward White,

and are to be sold at his shop, being at the litle On the distress in Cornwall. The Times, 23rd

north doore of Pauls, at the signe of the sunne, Aug., 1866.

1590, 4o. No pagination. 7 leaves. Bod. Lib. FENNELL, REV. JOHN.

-Reprinted, Lond., 1863, 4°. An Account of the Death of Mrs. H. Barni NOTE.—He visited Looe, St. Mawes, Mount's Bay, coat, dated Falmouth, Oct. 23, 1799. Methodist

St. Ives, and Padstow. cf. Journ. R.I.C., pp. 1-V, 1864. Mag., xxiii, 304–7 (1800).

FESTING, REV. GEORGE ARTHUR, M.A. (son Copy of a Letter from Mr. John Fletcher, by

of Rev. Chas. Geo. Ruddock Festing, V. of Paul). J. Fennell, dated Penzance, 23rd July (1800).

V. of Clifton in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. 6. ib., xxiv, 91-93 (1801). An Account of the Death of S. Taylor, dated

Witham Friary, Somerset, 1834. Penzance, Jan. 12, 1801. ib., xxiv, 531-33.

Dolly Pentreath. N. & Q., 1 S., xii, 500

(1855). FENTON, John. d. 8th Jan., 1864. bur. Manorowen, near Fishguard.

FIELD, FREDERICK. Names of places in Cornwall. By J. Fenton, On a specimen of Tin-ore hitherto undescribed. Bodmor Lodge, near Glynmel, Fishguard. Brit. Assoc. Sect., 1864, p. 27. Archæol. Camb., ix, 72–73 (1863).

FIELDING, HENRY. b. Sharpham, near GlasFENWICK, LIEUT.-COL. William, C.B. and

tonbury, 1707. d. Lisbon, 8th October, 1754. K.T.S. (7th son of Thomas Fenwick). Licut.Governor of Pendennis Castle 1813–32. b.

A True state of the Case of Bosavern Penlez. Earsdon, Northumberland, 4th Oct., 1777. (1749), q.v. d. Pendennis Castle, 7th July, 1832. cf. Gent.

FINGAR OR GWINEAR, ST. Came from IreMag., cii, pt. 2, 181 (1832); N. & Q., 3 S.,

land circa 460. cf. Acta Sanctorum, 23rd vii, 342, 387 (1865).

March, iii, 455–59; Hardy's Cat. of Materials, FENWICK, MR.

i, 59. Memoir of Mrs. E. Berriman, of Penzance, Passio Sanctorum Guigneri Fingaris, Pialae who died in 1820. By Mr. Fenwick. Wesleyan et sociorum. By Anselm. MSS. (?) 13th cent. Methodist Mag., xlv, 693-99 (1822).

Printed in S. Anselmi opera (ed. Gerberon, Paris,

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FISHER, Rev. John, M.A. V. of Veryan,

FITTON, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D., F.R.S. 6. 1724-34.

Dublin, 1780. d. London, 13th May, 1861. A Sermon son Ps. xxx, 5) preach'd at the

On the Porcelain Earth of Cornwall. T. Cathedral Church of St. Peter, in Exon, before

Thomson's Annals of Philos., iii, 180-84 (1814). the Right Worshipful the Mayor and Chamber, on August the 6th, 1723, being the Anniversary

FITZ-GEFFRY, ALEXANDER. b. Bedford. d. of the Deliverance of that City from the Cornish

Exeter. cf. C. Fitz-Geffry's Affaniæ (Cenotaphia); Insurrection, in the reign of King Edward the Cooper's Ath. Cantab., ii, 86. VIth, by J. Fisher, B.A. Lond., printed for Edward Score and Nathanael Thorn, Booksellers

FITZ-GEOFFRY, REV. CHARLES (son of the prein Exon, 1723, 8o., pp. 27. Br. Museum.

ceding). R. of St. Dominick. b. Fowey, 1575. A Sermon [on Ps. cxxvii, 1] preach'd in the d. St. Dominick, 22nd Feb., 1639. cf. Bliss' Cathedral Church of St. Peter, in Exon, before Wood, ii, 607-9; Chalmers ; British Bibliograthe Rt. Worshipful the Mayor and Chamber, on pher, ii, 116, 260, 267 ; Brydges Phillips' August the 6th, 1725, being the Anniversary of Theatrum Poetarum. the Deliverance of that City from the Cornish Sir Francis Drake, his honorable life's comInsurrection, in the reign of King Edward VI, | mendation and his tragicall deathe's lamentation, by J. Fisher, M.A., Vicar of St. V’Uryan (sic), At Oxford, printed by Joseph Barnes, and are in Cornwal. Publish'd at the request of the to bee solde in Paul's Church-yard, at the signe Mayor. Exon, printed by Andrew Brice, and of the Bible, 1596, 80. No pagination. Br. sold by the Booksellers of that City, 1725, 4°., Museum and Bod. Lib. pp. 32, 6d. Br. Museum.

Note.—cf. Collier's Bibliog. Account of the Rarest

Books, &c., additions, p. iv. FISHER, REV. John, B.A. (son of John Fisher). Sir Francis Drake, &c. Newly printed, with

Fellow of Magdalen Coll., Oxford ; Curate of additions. Oxford, 1596, 8o. No pagination. Mawgan 1797-1804; R. of Wavendon, 1805– Bod. Lib. 46. 6. Bodmin, 13th April, 1774. d. Waven

Note.—Preface dated Broadgate Hall, November don, 23rd December, 1846.

17, 1596. The Valley of Lanherne and other pieces of The Life and Death of Sir F. Drake. By C. verse. By John Fisher, A.B. Lond., J. Hatch Fitz-Geffrey. [Ed. by Sir S. E. Brydges). Kent, ard, 1801, 12o., pp. 110, 5/-.

printed at the private press at Lee Priory, by

John Warwick, 1819, 80., pp. xxiii and 101. FISHER, Rev. THOMAS. R. of Roche 1819-34 ;

NOTE.—A reprint of the preceding. R. of Luccombe 1834–56. d. Luccombe, 4th Caroli Fitzgeofridi Affaniæ; sive EpigrammaApril, 1856, aged 74.

tvm libri tres. Ejusdem Cenotaphia. Oxoniæ,

Excudebat Josephvs Barnesivs, 1601, 8o. No A Sermon [on Acts x, 38] preached in the

pagination. Br. Museum, Bod. Lib. Parish Church of St. Mary, Truro, in behalf of the Cornwall General Infirmary, on Friday,

Death's Sermon [on Eccles. vii, 2] vnto the August 12th, 1825, being the day appointed

Liuing; delivered at the Funerals of the Religious for the anniversary meeting of that Institution.

Ladie Philippe, late Wife unto the Right WorBy Rev. T. Fisher, A.M., Rector of Roche. The

shipfull S’ Anthonie Rovs, of Halton in Cornwall,

Knight, by C. Fitz-Geffry. Lond., printed by profits of the publication will be given to the Infirmary. Bodmin, printed and sold by J.

W. Stansby for John Parker, and are to bee sold Liddell and Son; Lond., Whittaker; 1825, 8o.

at his shop, in Paul's Church-yard, at the signe A Sermon preached at the Bishop's Visitation,

of the Three Pidgeons, 1620, 4o., pp. 32. Br. held in Bodmin, on Friday, Sept. 6, 1833, by

Museum. T. Fisher, A.M., Rector of Roche, Cornwall.

NOTE.— The dedication, “ To my most bonovred

friend, John Pym, Esqvire,” commences with, “I present Bodmin, printed and sold by Liddell and Son,

you here with that whereat you could not bee present, 1833, 80., pp. 26.

your dearest Mother's Funeral.” In other copies the

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FITZ-GEOFFRY, Rev. Charles. (Con.). date 1622 occurs on the title page, in which year a Sermon pressed in three sermons on Heb. 13, 3, preached on Sir Anthony Rous was published by Fitz-Geoffry. in Plymouth in October 1636. huc Fito

Elisha. His lamentation for his owne and Geffry. Whereunto are annexed an epistle of all Israels losse in Elijah. The subiect of a St. Cyprian, concerning the Redemption of the Sermon [on II Kings, xi, 12] preached at the | bretheren from the bondage of Barbarians, and Funeralls (sic) of the Right Worshipfull Sir a passage concerning the benefits of Compassion, Anthony Rovs, late of Halton, in Cornwall, extracted out of St. Ambrose, his second booke Knight. By C. Fitz-Geffry. Lond., printed of offices, cap. 28. Oxford, printed by Leonard by William Stansby for John Parker, and are Lichfield for Edward Forrest, An. Dom. 1637, to be sold at his shop, in Pauls Churchyard, at 4o. Br. Museum. the signe of the Three Pidgeons, 1622, 4°., pp. Note. -The extracts from Cyprian and Ambrose 54. Dedication unpaged. Br. Museum.

are unpaged, but the register is continuous. The

Sermon is dedicated to “The Worshipfvll John Cavse, Note.-Dedicated to "The Right Worshipfull my

Maior of Plymovth." worthy Patron, William Rovs, of Halton, Esquire."

The Life and Death of Thomas Wolsey, cf. Wilford's Memorials and Characters (1741), pp. 419, 422.

Cardinell ... By Thomas Storer, Student of The Curse of Corne-horders : with the blessing

Christ-Church, in Oxford. At London, printed of seasonable selling. In three Sermons, on

by Thomas Dawson, 1592, 4o. Br. Museum. Prov. ii, 26. Begun at the General Sessions for

Note - Prefixed to this are two copies of Latin

verses and two English sonnets, by C. Fitz-Geoffry. the County of Cornwall, held at Bodmyn, and

England's Parnassus; or the choysest Flowers continued at Fowy. By C. Fitz-Geffrie. Printed

of our Moderne Poets, with their Poeticall comat London, by I. B., for Edward Dight, dwelling

parisons...whereunto are annexed other various in Excester, 1631, 4°., pp. 56. Br. Museum.

discourses, both pleasant and profitable. ImNote. - Dedicated “ To the truly ennobled and

printed at London for N. L., C. B., and T. H., rightly honored, Sir Reginald Mohyne, Knight and Baronet.”

1600, 80., pp. 510.

NOTE.—This collection of Poetry, which was erron. God's Blessing upon the Providers of Corne;

eously ascribed to Fitz-Geoffry by Anthony A. Wood, is and God's curse upon the Hoarders. Read,

really the work of Robert Allot. It contains however judge, and consider God's judgements by the | 20 extracts from Fitz-Geoffry's Poetry. cf. Censura sword, plague, famine. Together with the Corn

Literaria, vii, 372. imported into London Port in four moneths.

Oxoniensis academiæ funebre officium in meBy C. F.-G[effry). Lond., printed for M. S.,

moriam... Elisabethæ, Angliæ Reginæ. Oxon,

1603, 4°. 1648, 4°., pp. 56. Br. Museum.

Academiæ Oxoniensis pietas erga...Jacobum, Note.—A reprint of the preceding, with a new title-page, and a page prefixed, containing an account of

Angliæ regem. Oxon, 1603, 4°. the Corn imported into London from August to Novem Note.—The above two works contain verses by C. ber, 1647. The pages are headed “ The curse of Corne

Fitz-Geoffrey. horders.”

Microcosmos. The discovery of the little The Blessed Birth-Day, celebrated in some world, with the government thereof. By John Pious Meditations on the Angels' Anthem. | Davies sof Hereford). At Oxford, printed by Luke ii, 14. Also Holy Raptures in contempla- | Joseph Barnes... 1603, pp. 254 and 15 unnumting some of the most observable adjuncts about | bered pages. Br. Museum. our Saviour's nativitie. By C. Fitz-Geffry. Ox- Note.- Prefixed is a copy of verses signed Charles ford, printed by John Lichfield, Printer to the Fitz-Jeffry, and entitled “Upon the Discoverie of the University; and are to be sold by Edward For- little World, by Master John Davies.” rest; An. Dom. 1634, 8o., pp. 55. Bod. Lib. The Golden-Grove, moralized in three Books The Blessed Birth-Day... Second Edition, with

... made by W. Vaughan... The second edition. additions. Oxford, imprinted by Leonard Lich Imprinted at London, by Simon Stafford...1608, field, 1636, 8o.

8o. Br. Museum. The Blessed Birth-Day...3rd Edition), Lond.,

Note.—Prefixed is a copy of verses signed Charles printed by T. M., for Stephen Chatfield, and are Fitz-Geffrey, and entitled “In praise of the Goldento be sold at his shop, in the Middle of St. grove, moralized by Master Vaughan.” Dunstan's Church-yard, in Fleet-street, 1654, Letter from C. Fitzgeoffry, dated Fowey, 8o., pp. 38. Br. Museum.

March, 1633, giving an account of the thunderNote.—cf. Censura Literaria, vi, 234; ix, 44, 53. storm. MSS. at Kimbolton Castle. Compassion towards captives, chiefly towards

A Latin Epigram on Thomas Clifford, of

Devonshire. MSS. formerly penes Rev. John our bretheren and countrymen, who are in miserable bondage in Barbarie; urged and I



FITZ-GEOFFRY, Rev. CHARLES. (Con.). FITZ-PEN, alias Phippen, Owen. b. Melcombe,

1582. d. Lamorran, 17th March, 1636. bur. Epigrammaton Joannis Dvnbari Megalo-Brit

Truro. cf. V. & Q., 3 S., ii, 409, 515 (1862); anni Centvriæ sex Decades totidem. Londini,

iii, 33 (1863). ex Typographeo Thomæ Purfootij, 1616, 80., pp. 220. Br. Juseum. NOTE.-Century II, No. xvi, Ad Carolum Fitzgeo

FLAMANK, Rev. HENRY. V. of Loniret. Ejected

1662. Chaplain to Sir Hardress Waller at

Pendennis Castle. d. Tavistock, 1693. cf. The Scourge of Folly ; consisting of Satyricall

Palmer's Nonconformist's Memorial (1775), i, Epigrams and others in honour of many noble

278–9; Journ. R.I.C., Oct., 1865, p. 74. persons and worthy friends. (By John Davies, of Hereford). At London, printed by E. A., for Richard Redmer, 1620, 80., pp. 264. Br.

FLAMANK, JAMES (third son of George FlaMuseum.

mank). b. Exeter. Resident sometime at St. Note.-Epigram (p. 214) “ To my deere friend Mr.

Austell and many years at Penzance. Charles Fitz-Jetiery."

Treatise on Happiness. Anon. Lond., LongQuodlibets, lately come over from New Britan- | man, 1832, 2 vols., post 8°., 21niola, old Newfound-land. By R. Hľayman), Natural Influence of Speech in raising Man sometimes Governor of the Plantation there.

above the Brute Creation. Anon. Lond., WhitLond., 1628, 4o.

taker, 1834, 120., pp. 223, 5/Note.-Book i, No. iii, is addressed “To the Rever

The Land of Vision; or Glimpses of the Past, end, Learned, Acute, and Witty Master Charles Fitz the Present, and the Future. Anon. Lond., Geoffery, Bachelor in Divinity, my especiall kind friend, Hatchard, 1835, post 8°., pp. 317, 82 most excellent Poet."

The Curate of Steinhollt; a Tale of Iceland. Nocturnall Lucubrations...whereunto are ad- | Anon. Lond., Longman, 1837, 2 vols., post 80., ded Epigrams and Epitaphs, written by Rob. 16/Chamberlain. Lond., printed by M. F., for | Tracings of Men and Things. By Trevelyan Daniel Frere...1638, 80., pp. 89 and Epigrams, Turnham, Esq. [i.e., J. Flamank]. Lond., Hope &c., unpaged. Br. Museum.

and Co., 1854, 80., pp. 265, 5,Note. One of the Epitaphs is “On the death of Mind and Manner; or Diversities of Life. Mr. Charles Fitz-Geffrays, Minister of God's word.” By J. Flamank. Lond., Longman, 1870 (1869),

80., pp. vi and 282, 7/6. FITZ-GEOFFRY, HENRY (son of the preceding). On the cause of the Meteorological Pheno

cf. Bliss' Wood, ii, 608; Welch's List of West mena observed in the Mount's Bay, by Mr. minster Scholars (ed. 1852), p. 81.

Henwood. Lond. & Edinb. Philos. Mag., iv, Certayn Elegies done by syndrie excellent 233 (1834). wits, with satyres and epigrames. Lond., printed, 1617, sm. 8°.

FLAMANK, JEWART. Temp. Hen. VIII. Certaine Elegies, etc. Lond., printed by B. A.,

Letter from R. Chamond to J. Flamank. See for Miles Partriche, and are to be solde at his shoppe, neare Saint Dunston's Church, in Fleet

Chamond, R. streete, 1618, 8o. Not paged. Br. Museum. Certayne Elegies, etc. Lond., printed by B. A.,

FLAMANK, JOHN. d. 1541. for Miles Partriche, and are to be solde at his Award (of Will Carnsuyowe, Nicholas Opy, shoppe, neare Saint Dunstan's Church, in Fleet and Cristofer Tredenek) in a Dispute between Streete, n.d., 80. Bod. Lib.

Thomas, Bishop of Megarence and Prior of the Certaine Elegies, etc. Lond., printed for House and Church of our Lady and St. Petrok Thomas Jones, and are to be solde at his shoppe, of Bodmyn, and John Flamank, respecting in Chancery Lane, ouer against the Roles, 1620, Rothyn More. Cart. Antiq. Harl., 44, H 20, 8o. Not paged. Bod. Lib.

dated 10th Hen. VIII. [App., xi, D. Gilbert's Certaine Elegies, etc. Colophon, reprinted at Cornwall]. the Beldornie Press (Ryde, Isle of Wight), by G. E. Palmer for Edwd. V. Utterson, in the year FLAMANK, RICHARD. 1843, 8o.

Award of John Treffry, Thomas Brown, and Note.-A facsimile of the edition of 1620, only 12 copies printed.

others, in a Dispute between the Prior of Bod

myn and Richard Flamank, Esq., respecting FITZGEOFFRY, REV. MR. (son of Rev. C. Land in Little Boscarn and Dynmur, dated 12

Fitzgcoffry). d. Tamerton. cf. Walker's Suffer- | Hen. 6. Cart. Antiq. Harl., 57, A 35 (App., xi, ings, App., 416.

D. Gilbert's Cornwall].

FLAMANK, Rev. Roger (elder brother of Rev.

FLINDELL, THOMAS. (Con.). H. Flamank). V. of Sithney. Ejected 1662. d. St. Enoder, aged 87. cf. Palmer's Noncon.

and Whitrow, Jewry Street, Aldgate ; H. D.

Symonds and T. Hurst, Paternoster Row; and Mem. (1775), i, 289–90.

Mathews, in the Strand; 1800, 4°. FLAVELL, Rev. THOMAS (son of Rev. John

NOTE.—Title and introduction (signed John Whit

aker, Ruan-Lanyhorne, June 27, 1800], pp. xxii. Dedi. Flavell). V. of Mullion; R. of Ruan Major ;

| cation, “ To the inhabitants of the County of Cornwall Prebeni. of Ereter 18th Jan., 1660. b. Somer this work is most respectfully dedicated, by their very set. d. Exeter, 26th Oct., 1682. bur. Mullion. | humble servant the Editor," p. i. Names and order of cf. Bliss' Wood, iv, 323-26; Walker's Suffer

all the books of the Old and New Testament, p. i. Then

follows, without pagination, the Old Testament from ings, pt. ii, 240.

Genesis to Malachi. The Apocrypha and New Testa

ment were never published. Whitaker wrote the IntroFLETCHER FAMILY.

duction and Notes on Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel;

and the Rev. R. Polwhele wrote the Notes on the other Descent of Fletcher, of Cury, from the Visi books. This work came out in numbers. Nos. 1-XXX, tation of 1620. Harl. MSS., 1052, art. 291. read “ Helston, printed at the Stannary Press, by T. Flin

dell, 1799"; No. xxxi, “Falmouth, T. Flindell, 1800."

The xxx and xxxi numbers contain Whitaker's introducFLETCHER, REV. JOHN ROOKE, B.D. (son of tion. This is a very scarce book: W. J. Mumford, Esq.,

Rev. J. K. Fletcher). V. of Quethiock, 23rd Content, St. Mary's, Scilly, is the owner of a copy. cf. Nov., 1816; R. of Lydford.

A Letter from Rev. R. Polwhele, in Gent. Mag., xcviii,

10, 1828; Polwhele's Biog. Sketches, iii, 58. The happiness of true wisdom ; a sermon [on

The Cornwall Gazette and Falmouth Packet. Prov. iii, 13] preached in the parish church of

Published at Falmouth on every Saturday. By Totness, Devon, in aid of the school in that

T. Flindell. 1801. town, for the instruction of poor children in the

The Royal Cornwall Gazette and Falmouth principles of the established church. By J. R.

Packet; or General Advertiser for the Western Fletcher, Vicar of Quethioke, Cornwall, and

Counties. A weekly paper. Ed. by T. Flindell. Curate of Diptford (sic), Devon. Lond., Riving

First number published at Truro, Saturday, 2nd ton, 1818, 80., pp. 23.

July, 1803. The Judgments of God. A Sermon son Isa.

The Western Luminary. Established by T. xxvi, pt. of verse 97 preached in the parish church

Flindell at Exeter, 1813. of Quethiock, Cornwall, on the 21st March,

The Trial, Defence, and Sentence of T. Flin1832, being the day appointed for a general

dell, of Exeter, for a libel on the Queen. Pubfast, in consequence of that grievous disease

lished in the Western Luminary, 11th July, which has visited several places in this kingdom.

1820. Exeter, 1820, 8o. By John R. Fletcher, Vicar of Quethiock, Corn

Prison Recreations. The Philosophy of Reason wall, and Rector of Lidford, Devon. Devonport,

and Revelation attempted, with a view to the W. Byers, printer, Fore Street; Lond., Riving

| Restoration of the Theory of the Bible on the ton; 1832, 8o., pp. 19.

Ruins of Infidelity. By an Uneducated Man Note.-Dedicated to the inhabitants of Quethiock. | fi.e., T. Flindell]. Exeter, printed at the Western

Luminary Office, by T. Flindell, 1822, 8o., pp. FLINDELL, THOMAS. 6. Helford, in Manaccan. xii and 208. Colophon, p. 200, Exeter, printed

ter, 11th July, 1824. cf. Polwhile's by W. C. Pollard, North Street. Cornuall, v, 89-93; Timperley's Typographical

NOTE.-Preface dated Exeter, 1822, and signed T. Dict., pp. 853, 879, 893; Andrews' Hist. of Flindell. Mr. W. P. Courtney has the author's presenBritish Journalism, ii, 68-69; Life of S. Drew tation copy to Mr. Budd, which contains a copy of the (1834), pp. 126, 369–72.

letter which accompanied the book. It appears that

these two gentlemen having hitherto been political The Doncaster Gazette. Ed. by T. Flindell. enemies, Mr. Flindell concludes by stating that he is 1790.

coming to Truro, “when it shall not be my fault if we

do not shake hands." The Holy Bible ; containing the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha, illustrated with

Song written for the Institution of the Devon annotations, historical, critical, practical, and

and Exeter Pitt Club, in 1814. New Monthly spiritual ; and a chronological index of events

Mag., iv, 36–7 (1815). from the creation of the world to the destruction

On hearing of the death of Fras. Gregor, of of Jerusalem by the Romans. To which is pre

Trewarthenick, July, 1815. ib., v, 160 (1816). fixed a copious introduction, exhibiting a full and systematic exposition of the Sacred Scriptures.

FOOTE, SAMUEL (son of John Foote). 6. Truro, By the Revd. John Whitaker, Rector of Ruan

1679. d. Truro, 12th March, 1754. bur. St. Lanyhorne, Cornwall... Vol. i, Falmouth, printed

Clement's. by T. Flindell; sold in London by Champante / John Prowse, Gent., v. Samuel Foote, Esq.,

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