[Bell Historians] Tenor Weights

Chris Pickford c.j.pickford at t...
Thu Sep 12 17:56:07 BST 2002

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Another one is Harlestone, Northants - given as 20-0-9 - for which I've bee=
n unable to trace a source

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And there are also the tenors with 'exact' weights of dubious origin and
accuracy. For instance, the tenor at St James', Taunton, is given as 19-3=
in Dove. I've failed to find a source for this, and if it weighs more tha=
18 cwt I would be surprised!


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