Falmouth

Falmouth, a seaport on the Cornish coast, on the estuary of the Fal, 18 m. NE. of the Lizard; its harbour, one of the finest in England, is defended E. and W. by St. Mawes Castle and Pendennis Castle; pilchard fishing is actively engaged in, and there are exports of tin and copper.

Population (circa 1900) given as 13,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Falloux, Frédéric Alfred Pierre, Vicomte de * Falstaff, Sir John
Falconer, William
Falconry
Falk, Adalbert
Falkirk
Falkland
Falkland, Lucius Gary, Viscount
Falkland Islands
Fall, The
Fallopius, Gabriello
Falloux, Frédéric Alfred Pierre, Vicomte de
Falmouth
Falstaff, Sir John
Familiar Spirits
Familists
Family Compact
Fan
Fanariots
Fandango
Fans
Fanshawe, Sir Richard
Fantine

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Boscawen, Right Hon. Edward
Boscawen, William
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Killigrew, William