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Humbly shew: The humble petition of the maior, his brethren, and the rest of the inhabitants of Chifton Dartmouth Hardnes & the places adjacent.
Whereas this townw & the places adjacent have their whole dependence on the ffishing trade for the Newfoundland.
Samphire, it sounds like a breath of summer – sea breezes, salt and days spent hunting in rock pools for shrimp.
It is also, of course, a really fashionable vegetable, dished up in fine restaurants all over the country.
Marsh samphire, on the other hand, is related to the beet family and is often known as glasswort from its former use in soda glass manufacture.
It is also found near the sea, but thrives in estuaries, where it colonises wetland areas rich in mineral and trace elements.
It’s succulent, salty and a great match for fish and eggs – and broad beans…’ Because of this happy local accident lucky recipients of a Riverford vegetable box can, while the season lasts, and for a small supplement, order a bag of marsh samphire with their delivery.
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Parliamentary Archives Records of the Parliament Office, House of Lords House of Lords: Parliament Office: Journal Office House of Lords: Journal Office: Main Papers House of Lords: Journal Office: Main Papers 1509-1700 HL/PO/JO/10/1/114 House of Lords 25 January 1642 -- A Copy of petition of the Mayor, his brethren and the rest of the inhabitants of Clifton-Dartmouth-Hardnes, with the places adjacent, to the Justices of the Peace for the County of Devon.
Dartmouth1642 It is likely this petition was circulated among the ships' crews in Dartmouth Harbour rather than to the various parishes.
The term "adjacent parishes" was used rather loosely since there are pockets of names therein which are clearly of Wolborough & Newton Abbot and other parishes quite a distance from Dartmouth.