In November, 1835 the schooner 'Elizabeth' returned to Launceston with 270 tuns of oil.
It is on the road through the western district, about 60 miles from Launceston.
Launceston would be the most convenient station for the tourist angler to fish this fine river.
Invermay—a village near Launceston, on the road to George Town.
Sidmouth—a village on the west bank of the Tamar, about 20 miles from Launceston.
To-morrow we go direct to Launceston, and from Launceston at once to Plymouth.
On the hills north of Liskeard, and in the way between Liskeard and Launceston, there are many tin-mines.
I think I am at liberty to tell you of a misfortune which happened to me at Launceston.
Tamar—a fine river in Cornwall, at the head of which stands the town of Launceston.
The mayor of Launceston took up all he could, and cast them into prison.