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TOC: DEVON & CORNWALL NOTES & QUERIES
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1868  Tuesday, 3 October 2000.

From:           Frank Whigham <
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Date:           Monday, 02 Oct 2000 20:21:07 -0500
Subject:        TOC: DEVON & CORNWALL NOTES & QUERIES

Vol. XXXVIII-Part VII (Spring 2000), reached me last week and contains
the following:

NOTES:
   Indulgences, Fund-Raising and Piety_in Nomine Jesu_: A Letter of
Bishop Redman of Exeter-Dr. Joseph A. Gribbin.
   John Bussell's Goose--S. Bhanji.
   The Revival of Dowrich--R.J. Robinson.
   The Origin of the Name Cawsand----H.G.Garner.
   Two Notes on the Worths and Washfield Church--Oliver Nicholson.
   The Sixteenth Century Hundreds--John Roberts.
   Response to Alison Simkins' "A Wig-makers Account Book"--Ann Adams.

QUERIES
   William Nation's Journal--S. Bhanji

REVIEWS
   A History of Axminster to 1910, by Geoffrey Chapman--Mike Sampson
   The Letters of Sir Walter Ralegh, edited by Agnes Latham and Joyce
Youings-- John Roberts.
   A History of the Devon County Prison for Debtors in St Thomas, by
Gary Calland--Brian Carpenter


D &C N & Q, "A Journal devoted to the LOCAL HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY,
BIOGRAPHY and ANTIQUITIES of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall," this
year begins its second century of publication.

It is published twice a year at L8.00 per annum, post free; $20.00
U.S.A, Canada. Subscriptions, payable in advance, to be sent to "D.&C.
N.&Q., c/o Mr. N. Annett, 3 Johnstone Drive, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 5BU."
Separate copies of the magazine can be obtained by non-subscribers for
L4.50, post free.
 

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