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DEVON & CORNWALL NOTES & QUERIES

A journal devoted to
the local history, archaeology, biography & antiquities
of the counties of Devon & Cornwall


Published twice a year at £10 sterling p.a. post free, $20 USA & Canada. Subscriptions payable in advance to:

Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries,
c/o Mr. N. Annett,
3 Johnstone Drive,
Broomhill,
Tiverton EX16 5BU,
Devon,
U.K.

who will also sell separate copies of the journal to non-subscribers for £5 sterling, post free.

Editor:

Mr. J.M. Draisey,
87 Howell Road,
Exeter EX4 4LN,
Devon,
U.K.

who also handles advertising.

£10 sterling whole page, £5 half page, £2.50 quarter page.


Contents of Vol 40 part 2, Autumn 2007

NOTES & QUERIES

A Note on Traditional West-Country Baking and Cooking, by J.B. Smith
New Light on Christopher Trychay, Vicar of Morebath, by Nicholas Orme
Maria's Mermaid: a carving on a tomb at Bovey Tracey, by Alex Woodcock
English Church Dedications: Supplement No. 2, by Nicholas Orme
The Location of the Smaller Domesday Manor of Tiverton, by Jane Evans, Barbara Keene and Mike Sampson
The Sheriffs Coach at Exeter, by David Pugsley
A Singular Adventure, by Andrew C. Symons
Bibliographical Note, by John Roberts
Fatal Stabbing on Staverton Bridge, by Francis Davey
Pimligo / Pimlico, by Brian Cheesman
Anne de Witt Lewes, by Dan Allen
Some Unidentified Views of Exeter after the Blitz. by JMD
John Lethbridge of Wolborough, the Eighteenth-century Diver, by Michael Fardell

REVIEWS

Devon and the Slave Trade, by Todd Gray - Jeremy Black


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