[Bell Historians] Bell and iron founding

David david.hope at m1pGjtyqPBYGxWAUcYtk9unKj3LvOtiNOhnbl9b28xjJjo0IjLghL6jB8-dloFApLLQp1DI9JUTWOds2c--mmw.yahoo.invalid
Fri Oct 23 09:18:54 BST 2009

I should add that the situation at Great Malvern Priory is not a laughing matter.

BTW the windows are generally reckoned to be second-only to those at York Minster.

--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, Robert Lewis <editor at ...> wrote:
> At 09:33 22/10/2009, David Hope wrote:
> >Not being a subscriber to "The Ringing World" (or "Sword Monthly"), 
> >I should correct myself by adding that Victorian swords were made 
> >from steel. The Indians, and possibly the Germans, possessed similar 
> >technology at a much earlier date. Famous examples are the Iron 
> >Pillar of Delhi and the Kottenforst Iron Man.
> How reassuring to note that retired archbishops still pursue such 
> esoteric interests.
> No doubt you are a member of SPAB too?


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