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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: Peniarth MS 131 (was: Gwladus and Tangwystl}
Date: Sat, 1 Jun 2002 00:23:31 +0100
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Hell, I wouldn't even take it with a grain of salt.
I'd just say "Rejected!" ---- and leave it to the advocate to prove
The pogue probably thought "New York Public Library" added it some
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pressure, and continue to share intelligence ---- But make no mistake
about it, we will and we must confront this conspiracy against our
liberty and against our lives."
President George Walker Bush ---- 23 May 2002, At The Bundestag,
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"Stewart Baldwin" <> wrote in message
| On 31 May 2002 08:01:54 -0600, wrote:
| >In a message dated 5/31/02 12:14:45 AM,
| ><< So, what SPECIFICALLY does this "Peniarth source" that you are
| >referring to say with regard to Elen and Gwenllian, and what is the
| >exact reference? >>
| >Yoiu may feel free to look it up yourself.
| Check through an entire manuscript collection without a citation?
| I think not.
| Rather, I shall follow the more appropriate (and much simpler!)
| of taking your statement with a grain of salt until such time (if
| ever) that you decide to provide a reasonable citation.
| Actually, the above suggestion that I should look it up myself
| reminded me of a genealogical claim that I once saw in a book, in
| which the "citation" given was that a friend of the author had found
| the statement in a book (title not provided) in the New York Public
| Library. I wonder if the author, when questioned about his source,
| told the person making the query to go look it up himself?
| Stewart Baldwin