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Post by Astrodene on Sat 25 Oct 2008, 11:21

Looks like Julian Stockwin is writing a factual book which will be out in 2009, "Stockwin's Maritime Miscellany: A Ditty Bag of Wonders from the Golden Age of Sail"

http://www.julianstockwin.com/Miscellany.htm

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Post by Astrodene on Tue 05 May 2009, 11:01

Waterstone's Plymouth is hosting Julian for the launch of this book as 65 New George St, Plymouth PL1 1RJ on Saturday 4 July, 12 noon - 2pm

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Post by Big Joe on Sat 12 Mar 2011, 16:00

It is a nice little book. No item over 2 pages, so it is a good one to read when you have about 5 available minutes. (I won't go into more details where I actually read it ... Razz )
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