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From: Sher Leetooze <>
Subject: Re: [CORNISH] West Briton, weekly newspaper, 5 September 1851,Local Intelligence
Date: Wed, 07 Jul 2010 15:59:52 -0400
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Rodger and Listers:
You all have to go to EDEN as well! It too is well worth the
admission. AND its totally a Cornish initiative!

At 11:50 AM 07/07/2010 +1000, you wrote:

>On 6 Jul 2010, at 6:54 PM, <> <> wrote
> >
> > 5 SEPTEMBER 1851
> >
> >
> > THE LATE MR. TREMAYNE - On Saturday last, all the shops in St.
> > Austell were closed throughout the
> > day in respect for the late MR. TREMAYNE, of Heligan. The bells of
> > the church were muffled and tolled
> > as the hearse passed through the town.
>This caught my eye, and prompts me to urge all on this List who have
>not yet made the pilgrimage to Cornwall to put on their schedules for
>that trip, when they make it, a visit to Heligan. The story of the
>Lost Garden of Heligan is too long to insert in this message but can
>be found by our faithful friend, Google, along with direction on how
>to get there. A day spent there is well worth the price of
>admission, which was about GBP12 when we were there.
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