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It reads: “The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Joan Rivers.”
Nina rushed home to Cornwall, speedily typed them up and emailed them off to Mary-Kay.
They will travel to Charlottetown, Bonshaw and Cornwall in Prince Edward Island and Winnipeg in Manitoba during the tour.
Mark Roland Shand was born on June 28, 1951 and was the younger brother of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
He will also lose the massive income from the lands held by the Duchy of Cornwall, which currently provide some of their funding.
The first he opened bore the postmark of St. Just in Cornwall.Tomaso's Fortune and Other Stories|Henry Seton Merriman
He was very well off but wanted to get richer, and so he speculated in a tin mine in Cornwall.Cord and Creese|James de Mille
In Cornwall, St. Nun's pool was famous for the cure of lunatics.Religion & Sex|Chapman Cohen
These are two conspicuous headlands in Cornwall, miles apart.Proverb Lore|F. Edward Hulme
Falmouth (Falemuth) as a haven and port has had a place in the maritime history of Cornwall from very early times.
Old English Cornwalas (891), Cornubia (c.705), "the Corn Welsh," from original Celtic tribal name, *Cornowii, Latinized as Cornovii, literally "peninsula people, the people of the horn" (from Celtic kernou "horn," hence "headland"), in reference to the long "horn" of land on which they live, to which the Anglo-Saxons added the plural of Old English walh "stranger, foreigner," especially if Celtic (see Welsh).