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First trial for heresy in Britain since 1563

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Post by Guest on Mon 4 Feb 2013 - 21:32

@PeterMac wrote:A later part of the manuscript has been discovered.
The case is brought by a common man. He is not a member of the Inns of Court.
He is but a common Carter.
His vile trade is to collect and distribute ordure from the City, and spread it throughout the land.
That is a fascinating historical insight.
It is clear that for that reason he was known at that time as the Muck Carter.
In later centuries the family affected more sophisticated ways and hyphenated the name, changing the ordure order of the words
and are were gradually more widely known as Carter-Muck.

Later still, court records include another misprint, and the modern name is the one adopted by the present generation.
They still remain, at heart, people who trade in ordure.


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Post by russiandoll on Mon 4 Feb 2013 - 22:09

Have you seen twitter? Posters tweeting I'M TONY BENNETT ! good to see such loyalty and support.


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Post by cass7 on Mon 4 Feb 2013 - 22:13

havent got twitter but im on the fb pages speading the word

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