One feature of this fowey creek is its constant clamour of seagulls.
But they may certainly be regarded as the presiding genius of fowey.
The river excursions from fowey are full of charm, but so much depends on the state of the tide.
Most of the shipment is done from fowey, Par, and Charlestown.
Lady Dunmore, with her children, retired in dismay to the fowey, lying at Yorktown.
Carew tells us that sixty ships belonged to fowey at that period.
"I am at peace with my brother of France," came the royal message; but the fowey men were not at peace, and they said so.
Looe was second only to fowey as a port in the 15th century.
Before daybreak, on April 20, they made off with most of it, and it was later put on board the fowey man-of-war.
Enough has, however, been said to give some idea of fowey of the past.