|Hurlya en jedh hedhyw.|
The original text is followed by a version in the SWF/L and English. Hurling is still played with a hard, silver ball at St. Columb, as seen in the photograph but in the 1700s it was so popular that they could say "Hurlya ew gan gwary nei." - Hurling is our sport.
an kensa journa a messe Heddra an Centle (No mutation after a.)
en Plew Pawle, in Cernow Teage (t>d mutation not observed here.)
an Blooth Creste an Arleuth whege
Meele Sith Cans ha hanter Deege
Dhe Wella Gwavas an den jentel, to William Gwavas the gentleman,
an kensa jorna a mis Hedra an kentel the first day of October (at) the gathering
en Pluw Pawl, en Kernow teg, in Paul Parish in fair Cornwall,
an bloodh Crist an Arlòth wheg, in the year of Christ the sweet Lord,
Mil seyth cans ha hanter deg. One thousand, seven hundred and half ten.
Notes: 1. The words <ma> 'this' and <na> 'that' may be attached to the preceding noun if preferred. 2. The SWF spelling <arlodh> is used here with an accent. 3. <kentel> is a variation of <cuntel>.