References To The Green Man

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  1. Frideswide

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    Have found articles on "The Green Man" in the following series or journals. Am still looking for particular issues of the following and will pay whatever we can negotiate :) In particular I'm looking for some issues of the Earth Mysteries magazines. I know that some national daily newspapers are in here - the Independent for example, but I've got all those.

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    I have several copies of Northern Earth, 3rd Stone and At the Edge from back in the 90's. When I've got a bit of time I'll go through them for any relevant content and let you know.

    I don't really want to let go of the magazines, but I'll be quite happy to scan and email, or photocopy and send (depending on which bits of my hardware aren't working that day).
     
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    :bdown: Oh I say! totally magnificent! :cheer:
     
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    Haven't forgotten about this - will be home on Tuesday to do a bit of digging. But, knowing how easily sidelined I am I will probably find myself at four in the morning reading articles about medieval puddle scrying in the West Riding of Yorkshire, or toad racing and it's effect on milk yields in seventh century Northumbria - so it might be a couple of days later before information starts surfacing.
     

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