[Bell Historians] Early Facsimiles and other copies of Bell Ringing books.
Susan & Christopher Dalton
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Thu Aug 2 09:50:58 BST 2007
> Yes Walters, like Lukis before him, was originally published in 'The
> Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine' (WAM) between 1927 and 1929. It relied
> heavily on an earlier manuscript by James Jerram which is in the Salisbury
> Reference Library.
> Some of Walters' informants were not very accurate; I was told to beware of
> anything contributed by Mr Smith.
WILTSHIRE: And he wasn't the only culprit.
A new book in 3 parts (I am going to call them volumes this time) along the
lines of Dorset is on its way. But Rome wasn't built in a day, as they say.
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