Whilst I support the general principles of these reserves I do not believe that recreational angling should be included in proposed restricted activities. Now is the time to have your say for if you cannot be bothered you may find angling banned in large areas that have always been fished. The loss of sea angling along the North Devon coast would be a tragedy for many depriving many of a much loved hobby and putting many local businesses out of existence. I am writing to you to express grave concerns regarding the recently published Benyon Review on Highly Protected Marine Areas. I have been a keen and dedicated sea angler for close to fifty years and it has always been a big part of my life. I was born in Combe Martin and have fished the local coastline since being introduced to the pastime by my late father. I have been a member of the Combe Martin Sea Angling Club since the age of thirteen and have served as both Secretary and Chairman of the club for over forty years. In addition I am a regular contributor to angling magazines, an author and write the weekly column in the North Devon Journal.
A sermon is preached in Torrington by an American clergyman to raise funds for the erection of a church and hospital for the ‘use of British Emigrants to the United States. Goode, the ‘American giant’ then hypnotises volunteers. Edwin Bangham, glove manufacturer of Torrington, is publicly horsewhipped by Silas Snell a solicitor of the same place following an argument over a dog. The master and mate blame it on the ghostly presence of the late owner.
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Figure 1. The drain was laid between and Colonial National Historical Park. Recent excavations of ceramics at historic sites such as Jamestown and Plymouth indicate that the seaboard colonists of the 17th century enjoyed a higher degree of comfort and more esthetic furnishings than heretofore believed. In addition, these findings have given us much new information about the interplay of trade and culture between the colonists and their mother country.
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The nave, chancel and transeptal north tower probably date from the 13th century, An account of the restoration was published in the North Devon Journal.
It has been amended to reflect recent discoveries and the work of the Newsplan project to microfilm and conserve British provincial newspapers and reflects the state of knowledge in It is subject to further revision, especially as far as the availability of microfilm files is concerned, and enquiry should always be made of a holding library before a visit is made.
Microfilm files are normally highlighted in bold type as, where such files are available, access to the originals is not normally possible. Newspapers are extremely fragile and survive in very few copies, so the originals must be safeguarded as archival items for the future. Coverage of this Devon listing includes some titles published outside Devon where they circulated extensively within the county or had Devon news coverage. For fuller details of these titles enquire with the relevant county or the British Library Newspaper Library.
The compiler would be grateful for corrections, indications of bad links etc. This index lists the varying forms of titles under which newspapers have appeared in Devon since about and refers to the main listing by place of publication where their details, including library holdings, are more fully described. Mary Advertiser, ? Bliss’s Exeter Post-Boy, ? Sidmouth Journal, ?
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I am still a newcomer to the Parish of West Down, having only lived at Buttercombe since Please do send me your own memories, stories and corrections so that we can build a complete picture of the history of West Down. Sadly the book is no longer in print. She has, however, generously allowed me to quote from her book which included the autobiography of William Facey. Many other village residents at that time made contributions, particularly those of the late Annie Chugg of Cheglinch.
Memories are always with us but do we fully realise how our lives would be if we could not recall any of the events of the past, sometimes it is not until we pause to think, that we fully appreciate how empty our lives would be if we could not recall any of these past times. Firstly, there are the memories of the great occasions in our lives; the first day at school, some special achievement or perhaps the birth of a son or daughter or other special event.
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Barnstaple fair has the reputation of being one of the oldest in the country with its origins believing to date back as far as Its original purpose was trade and in the eighteenth century it was commonly known as the Pot fair due to the large quantities of china sold there. Barnstaple is a market town in North Devon which today relies heavily on tourism. In the past however the town thrived on the agricultural industry and at one time was a busy trading port thanks to the River Taw which divides the town.
The modern fair is currently a four day event starting on the third Wednesday in September, however, prior to the fair was held for three days. The fair has not always been associated with September and during its history the festivities were celebrated in July and lasted seven days or more.
It is the main town of the Torridge local government district. The etymology of the name means “by the ford”, and records show that before there was a bridge there was a ford at Bideford where River Torridge is estuarine , and at low tide it is possible, but not advisable, to cross the river by wading on foot. The manor of Bideford was recorded in the Domesday Book of as held at some time in chief from William the Conqueror by the great Saxon nobleman Brictric , but later held by the king’s wife Matilda of Flanders c.
Whatever the truth of the matter, years later, when she was acting as regent in England for William the Conqueror, she used her authority to confiscate Brictric’s lands and threw him into prison, where he died. Brictric’s lands were granted after the death of Matilda in by her eldest son King William Rufus — to Robert FitzHamon died ,  the conqueror of Glamorgan , whose daughter and sole heiress Maud or Mabel FitzHamon brought them to her husband Robert de Caen, 1st Earl of Gloucester pre — , a natural son of Matilda’s younger son King Henry I — Thus Brictric’s fiefdom became the feudal barony of Gloucester.
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