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    Garfield, Just a quick note of thanks to all involved in the archive effort. It's a stunning collection of drawings, information, memories & photos. Great reading for a wet sunday afternoon. Richie

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    The November 2012 issue of New Irish Lines has just been added to the archive: http://newirishlines.org/archive-2/

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    Thanks Garfield, and thanks for the Wickham and P&T box shout out!

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    Thanks for the links, I've not seen New Irish Lines for many many years, and it's nice to see it flourishing. I wonder how they make their PDFs so big though, half the size of a Linux distro some of them. I'll have to subscribe just to save the bandwidth. I think Bogs of Bord na Mona would make a great tune- jig, reel or hornpipe, or even a song though?

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