[Bell Historians] Curfew

David Cawley dave at d...
Thu Jun 26 14:14:44 BST 2003

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Of course. Ch. Ch.

But at least you can't say that the Bell Historians have been quiet this we=
ek (This week's comic, From the e-lists). Perhaps last week we were all in=
the pub waiting for the curfew to sound (or something).

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From: John Camp=20
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Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 1:28 PM
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Curfew

At 12:16 on 26 June 2003, LOVE, Dickon wrote:
> "And, of course, Great Tom of Christchurch, with its 101 strokes - a re=
> curfew in its time!"

> Which of course was the only bell that would kick John Camp out of a pu=
b at
> closing time!

What are you warbling on about, Dickon? Great Tom is rung at 9.05 pm
(9.00 pm Oxford time). Some way short of closing time, even when it
was 10 pm on Sundays.

And it's "Christ Church".

John Camp

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