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Frank Allewell

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Hi Frank
I've checked their email they sent me , already deleted it , no interest this time for me . I didnt watch the the Kiwis smash the Pom's , but had a good old giggle when I checked the scorecard ! Very Happy . I doubt we'll play tomorrow , as there was, and still is a decent Cyclone went through Nth Queensland today , Category 5 ! , they don't get any bigger than that ! Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes No
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Thanks Frank. Glad to see the Narrative is holding its price!  

I've just added a couple more to the library. A copy of The Red Book popped up, which I grabbed, and also a Illustrated London News volume for Jan-June 1879. So I had better pause a bit I think!

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Steve the Red Book is invaluable.

Private bet that the Narrative doesn't sell though. I will follow up on it.
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