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Old 11-01-2015, 02:30 PM  
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Originally Posted by lightgiver View Post

Is that why masons love the Queen because of the corn laws...

I have cleaned a few septic tanks over the years and one thing you see in there is corn, especially around the Liver Pool area ..

do scousers eat lots of corn or something...

Or maybe scoucers love the queen..

HuntLey, Gloucestershire, is a village on the A40 located se7en miles (11 km) west of Gloucester in the north of the Forest of Dean..HuntLey (meaning Huntsman's clearing) is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Huntelei..The church, dedicated to St John the Baptist, dates from the 11th Century.. In the 19th Century a new church was effectively built on to the Norman tower..The village stocks were originally situated on the main road..There is also a pub, "The Red Lion", a traditional butcher's shop and other businesses..The village was the scene of fighting during the English civil war.. In 1643 the Royalists took the parliamentary garrison, but they were betrayed and in 1644 the parliamentarians regained control...,_Gloucestershire

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