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Tennyson was here a little later (in 1860) after a visit to the Scillies, and he made the river trip from Falmouth to Truro.
He was educated partly at Truro, and early evinced that taste for poetry and angling that never left him.
I measured some near the Highland Light in Truro, which had been taken from the shrubby woods thereabouts when young, and grafted.
I was told that probably a quarter of the fuel and a considerable part of the lumber used in North Truro was drift-wood.
I was especially amused by the Liliputian old oaks in the south part of Truro.