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    Dankon al Ed pro la tre interesa raporto pri la Kabea mistero!
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    It's an honour to know you, Sammy!
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    Nedankinde. Mi esperas eldonigi post du monatoj tutan libron pri la frua historio de Esperanto en Britio.
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    On a related note, I attended a local drama production of the play Accrington Pals, last night in Ellesmere, Shropshire. During the play, a pair of housewive characters are discussing the local Esperanto club, and its (fictitious) secretary, the wife of Alderman Dickenson.
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    I thought you might be interested in this https://www.flickr.com/photos/rtbcomp/44961963685/in/dateposted/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/rtbcomp/45867771251/in/dateposted/ It's a postcard I bought for the view of Whalley Road and when it arrived I found a message from an E Roberts on the back, written in Esperanto, to a friend in Dijon. Please feel free to download if you like. I assume E Roberts is the Edwin Roberts referred to elsewhere in this thread, and did he live on Tremellen St in Accrington in 1911? Kind regards, Roger
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