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Fw: Need Help Caithness from the Air
I was sent one of those magazines also and just love it. Everything is so
clear that I believe it is better than a road map. It will serve well for
the 2000 gathering I think.
Now I hope that everyone that has access to cable TV is watching the
Horatio Hornblower shows. I have read all 12 books while using a map to
chart each adventure. Really, the tiny details of everyday crowded and
squalid living conditions onboard ships of the early 1800's are fascinating.
Has anyone else read them? This gives us a better picture of what our
ancestors went through as they sailed over here or to Australia, etc.
From: GDSinclair@aol.com <GDSinclair@aol.com>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Monday, April 12, 1999 8:56 AM
Subject: Need Help
>Ian Sinclair - Noss Head: I am taking this route to ask for help.
>I have your Email address somewhere in all this mess I call my office, but
>In 1996, Niven sent me a beautiful book titled"Caithness FROM THE AIR." I
>have had it displayed at all of the Highland Games since receiving it. It
>becoming rather worn about the edges. I need a new book.
>I have the address for a :
>Mrs Kay (Sinclair) Dunnett
>as an address to send for the publication. I cannot find a cost.
>Would you be so kind as to ring up Mrs Dunnett and find a cost, American,
>this booklet and if there are any remaining? Also, what would be the
>to California to be included. It is appreciated.
>Gary D. Sinclair, Concord, CA
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