[Bell Historians] Re: The Redundant Bells of St Nicholas, Cork - Ringing ...
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Sat Sep 29 16:26:59 BST 2007
--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "David Bryant"
<davidbryant at ...> wrote:
> "it has to be said I also wouldn't give a ninteenth century Mears
> of a priority either"
> Neither would most other people, I shouldn't think, but Mears bells
> everywhere; they aren't rare like Murphy bells are which is surely
They're not that rare, there are several other complete rings or
chimes left and loads of single bells around the world.
Besides which, why should a parish have an inferior ring (my
subjective opinion I know) of bells inflicted on them just because
they are 'rare'?
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