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Tre, Pol, Pen

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By their Tre, their Pol, and Pen,

Ye shall know the Cornish men.”

The extreme east of Cornwall is noted for Tre, the extreme west for Pol, the centre for Pen.

On December 19th, 1891, the following residents are mentioned by the Launceston Weekly News as attending the funeral of a gentleman who lived at Tre-hummer House, Tresmere:—Residents from Trevell, Tresmarrow, Treglith, Trebarrow, Treludick, etc., with Treleaven the Mayor of Launceston.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Translator-General
Trap
Trapani
Trapper
Trappists
Trasgo
Travels in the Blue
Traveller’s Licence
Traviata
Tre, Pol, Pen
Treacle [tree-kl]
Treading on One’s Corns
Treasures
Treasury of Sciences
Tree
Tree of Buddha (The)
Tree of Knowledge (The)
Tree of Liberty
Tree of Life
Trees