David Bryant djb122 at y...
Tue Mar 12 18:47:04 GMT 2002

I sent an email to Robert Lewis about my 'lost churches of York'
article, asking whether he would be interested and to have a look at the
web version and see how many parts he wanted it split into - reply
below. This really does not encourage me to bother. If he can't be arsed
even to look at it why should I be arsed to send it to him? Going to a
specified link is hardly 'hunting' for it! I will send it to him though
- this time. As to his comment on having included more historical stuff
- well, I'm not convinced. What do others think?


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Article
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 16:23:20 +0000
From: Robert Lewis <editor at r...>
To: David Bryant <djb122 at y...>

Dear David,

Thanks for this. I am certainly interested; can you send me an e-mailed 
copy of the text - I'm afarid we don't have time to go hunting for
on the web.

Incidentally, I thought your dumb bell article was very good and I have,
fact, included it in the 15th March issue. Needless to say I was
bemused when I had finished preparing that issue to read your recent 
comments on the change-ringers list. Believe it or not, some people have 
suggested that I am much too keen on the historical side of things and I 
think if you cared to check back there has probably been a higher
of it during my time as Editor than even in David Thorne's!

Kind Regards,


PS - we need pictures at 300dpi (website versions are invariably of too
resolution for us to use)

At 12:17 11/03/02 +0000, you wrote:

>I've written an article on the lost churches of York and their bells -
>draft version online at
>Can you let me know if you'd be interested in publishing it. It's about
>twice the lenght of your word limit, so I'll split it into parts - how
>many do you want? Are the pictures on the web high enough resolution or
>do you want me to rescan them at a higher res?
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