The question was—had Crewe been content to leave Falmouth without making inquiries of other people?
Finding this road closed, she made for Falmouth, from which port she got safely away.
We hove-to off Falmouth, that other vessels might join company.
I am going to tell you a story about when I went to Falmouth with my mother.
This, and the former camp at Falmouth, were decidedly the pleasantest camps in our three years service.
Old Mr. Quethiock, who had just died, had left one son who had a shop in Falmouth.
Perhaps we thought of bygone holiday-runs, when we had watched the same telegraph lines switchbacking to Falmouth.
Truro might have the honour, but "Falmouth has gotten the trade."
Having cruised together for some time, we parted company, and we put into Falmouth.
Miss Falmouth was the only girl who knew about them away from school, and she has left.