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Error processing CFFILE
Error attempting to read 'D:\Website\htdocs\Sinclair\lastViewed.txt.' The
system cannot find the path specified. (error 3)
The error occurred while processing an element with a general identifier of
(CFFILE), occupying document position (61:1) to (63:28) in the template file
The specific sequence of files included or processed is:
D:\CFUSION\CUSTOMTAGS\LASTVIEWED.CFM Custom Tag.
Date/Time: 06/12/99 09:05:22
Browser: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; screaming.net;
Remote Address: 188.8.131.52
HTTP Referer: http://kingcrest.com/Sinclair
----- Original Message -----
From: John S. Quarterman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 1999 5:22 AM
Subject: new items in the web pages
> There are numerous new things in the web pages this week; look under New
> The biggest change is a new set of pages on religion, which include
> a page with a timeline of religion (and a link to Paul's Scottish
> a page with Jean Haddow's text about Keiss Baptist Church,
> a page with Stephen D. Anderson's White Lady writeup,
> a page with William Stuart Buehler's sacred architecture information.
> The religion pages are set up to make it easy to drop in more text.
> There is some more backlog that I haven't put in yet (will whoever sent
> the concise writeup about John Knox, Mary Queen of Scots, and
> Presbyterians please forward me a copy for a web page).
> Please do note my disclaimer about the religion pages:
> Religion and politics are notoriously divisive subjects,
> so let me hasten to say at the outset that opinions from many
> different people will be represented here, and I do not confirm,
> deny, attest, or refute any of them, except where I explicitly
> say so. --jsq
> Shetland now has a page, which could use some more text.
> There are new links on the Orkney page, the Australia page, and various
> other places.
> Three or four different opinions on the Norman vs. Gaelic nature of the
> Sinclair family are woven together among the history pages.
> The glossary contains several new words, such as noss and factor,
> and the FAQ has some new links.
> The longest of these 160 web pages remains the one about books,
> in which there are several new entries from various people.
> Most of the new material was as usual written by other people, not me.
> Thanks to all of you for providing it, and thanks to Laurel for
> coordinating acquisition of most of it.
> Send in your text and graphics for web pages to me or Laurel,
> email@example.com. I will add them as time permits, including
> attributions for everyone who does not request to be anonymous.
> As always, keep in mind that these web pages were never intended to be
> the only Sinclair web pages. They are more of an overview that should
> over time increasingly use links into other pages elsewhere. Send in
> URLs for your own web pages; I will add links to them.
> Has anyone volunteered to handle web pages for notable Sinclairs yet?
> For most of the rest of this week I will be out of pocket attending a
> family function, so if you don't hear back from me until next week,
> don't despair; your message will be in my back mail somewhere.
> Meanwhile, let the party continue.
> John Sinclair Quarterman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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