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Mary Ingham (born 13 February 1947) is a British author and freelance journalist. She was born in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England, and studied social science at the University of Liverpool. Now We are Thirty, Eyre Methuen, 1982. Men: The Male Myth Exposed, Century Publishing, London, 1984. Tracing Your Service Women Ancestors, Pen and Sword, 2012.
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Sandal Magna or Sandal is a suburb of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England with a population in 2001 of 5,432. It is an ancient settlement and is the site of Sandal Castle and a parish church that predates the Domesday Book. It is two miles (3 km) south from Wakefield, eight miles (13 km) north of Barnsley, nine west from Pontefract and thirty from York . Toponymy Early History.
Category: Sandal Magna, Yorkshire. Categories: West Riding of Yorkshire. Betty Oxley (Green) Whittlestone abt 1828 Sandal Magna, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom - 1887. For more information on Sandal Magna see: Vision of Britain. H. Hannah (Hanson) Hammond 1794 Sandal. J. Charlotte (Jaggar) Outram 1766 Sandal Magna, Wakefield, Yorkshire. Ann (Jukes) Appleyard 1847 Sandal Magna, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom - 1931. M. John Robert Marples 1839 Sandal Magna, Yorkshire - 1839. P. Albert Edward Petch 9 Aug 1902 Sandal Magna, West Riding of Yorkshire, England - 1981.
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From the height of our observatory we see the Island of the City, looking like a ship at anchor, with its prow towards the west
From the height of our observatory we see the Island of the City, looking like a ship at anchor, with its prow towards the west. On all sides the summits of religious edifices present themselves: the towers of Notre-Dame, the dome of the Pantheon, the turrets of Saint-Sulpice, the steeple of és, the gilded cupola of the Invalides, and the lofty isolated belfry of Boucherie. One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever.
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Publisher: [The compilers] (1978)
Pages: 196 pages