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BBC News – Business    7 August 2017 .   'The devil's rope': How barbed wire changed America   http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-40448594

 

JOHN WARNE GATES /n(1855-1911). American promoter and speculator .       Granger Historical Picture Archive

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JOSEPH GLIDDEN (1813-1906) US farmer who patented barbed wire .     Pictorial Press Ltd

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - CIRCA 1962: A used US postage stamp commemorating the 100th Anniversary since the 1862 Homestead Act.      Chris Dorney

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Black and white lithograph print circa 1868 depicting the spread of settlers westward across the USA in the 19th century.      Archive Images

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Native Americans driving off settlers' cattle in South Carolina.        North Wind Picture Archives

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7 hours ago, Bryan said:

JRP5JP    Cranwell, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK. 6th August 2017. The Cranwell Bloodhounds first ride out and hound exercise of the season attracted over fifty supports and followers, the majority riding on a Sunday summer’s afternoon. The Hunt Master Mr Phil Broughton MH can be seen leading the hounds. Credit Matt Limb OBE/Alamy Live News

 

Thanks Bryan - First time my name has been in this thread - was this in the print edition?

 

Matt 

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Guardian Online  08/08/17

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/aug/08/river-swimmer-paradise-northamptonshire-buckinghamshire-south-midlands

DYE289   Andrew Baskott  The River Nene in cool evening light, beside the village of Denford near Thrapston in east Northamptonshire, England

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Metro Property page 5 Tuesday 8/8

C5YJ74   Mark Dunn Former toll gate to the common, Monken Hadley, Hertfordshire

I'm not being selfish- just can't find the others.

 

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9 hours ago, Matt Limb said:

 

Thanks Bryan - First time my name has been in this thread - was this in the print edition?

 

Matt 

Cheers Matt. Good news, print and online.

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17 minutes ago, Bryan said:

Cheers Matt. Good news, print and online.

 

 

Yes, first time I get a mention in this thread and a double print & online ............. time for a glass of red!

 

 

 

 

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Times 9th

 

Irish Edition

 

B34CJG  Michael Diggin     ireland irish state partly sponsored new motor way system through banner county, N18

 

Business

 

 DDGH57    Jonathan Goldberg     Offices of the FCA, Financial Conduct Authority at Canary Wharf, London (formerly FSA

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Telegraph online
08.08.2017

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/news/20-best-family-picnic-spots-uk-voted-parents/6-jubilee-gardens-beer-devon/
C5X9BH AlanWrigley Couple enjoying the view of the beach from Jubilee Gardens, Beer, Devon
B9KX3R Robin Weaver Mother and daughter cycling at Birches Valley

Guardian online
09.08.2017

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/aug/09/maudie-nova-scotia-maud-lewis-art-road-trip-canada
HG93RT Stillman Rogers  Gilbert's Cove Lighthouse, Digby

 

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Found in the Sun 9-8-17

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/4205172/stamp-duty-housing-market-calculate-rate-property/

Photograph of house for sale signs

Photographer: Roger Bamber

 

Image ID: B7TATF

 

 

Found in the Guardian 9-8-17

 

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/aug/09/skye-islanders-call-for-help-with-overcrowding-after-tourism-surge

Photo of tourists at viewpoint on Skye.

Photographer: Arterra Picture Library

 

Image ID: H5A19G

 

Picture of tourists near the fairy pools on Skye.

Photographer: Arterra Picture Library

Image ID: JENFP1

 

 

Found by Scarborough Photographer

 

 

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Found in the Sun 9-8-17

 

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/4205172/stamp-duty-housing-market-calculate-rate-property/

Photograph of house for sale signs

Photographer: Roger Bamber

 

Image ID: B7TATF

 

 

Found in the Guardian 9-8-17

 

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/aug/09/skye-islanders-call-for-help-with-overcrowding-after-tourism-surge

Photo of tourists at viewpoint on Skye.

Photographer: Arterra Picture Library

 

Image ID: H5A19G

 

Picture of tourists near the fairy pools on Skye.

Photographer: Arterra Picture Library

Image ID: JENFP1

 

 

Found by Scarborough Photographer

 

 

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The Guardian, 8/8/17

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is currently recommending consumers avoid maradol papayas from Mexico.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is currently ...... Photograph: Alamy

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/aug/08/salmonella-outbreak-papaya-mexico-consumer-warning

 

Could eating more salt really reduce the amount of sugar in our diet and help us lose weight?

 Could eating more salt really reduce the amount of sugar in our diet and help us lose weight? Photograph: Hera Food/Alamy

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/aug/08/a-danger-to-public-health-uproar-as-scientist-urges-us-to-eat-more-salt

 

The Guardian, 9/8/17

Tourists at the fairy pools, a group of waterfalls in Glen Brittle on the Isle of Skye

 Tourists at the fairy pools, a group of waterfalls in Glen Brittle .... Photograph: Alamy

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/aug/09/skye-islanders-call-for-help-with-overcrowding-after-tourism-surge

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34 minutes ago, arterra said:

Thanks for reporting, Jansos :)

 

Cheers,

Philippe

My pleasure! :-)

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Countryfile magazine   September 2017

 

P8 - Dorset County Show - Geoff Moore - DDWCMX

P9 - Cobweb between ears of grass - Loop Images - DYDBYK

P11 - Newent Onion Fayre - Emma Wood - C928TB

P11 - Matlock Illuminationa - Peakscape - GW7DG0

P14 - Minchinhampton Common - Colin Underhill - AA4YPM

P21 - Helmsley - John Davidson Photos - BA4YH1

P22 - Hasty Bank, Urra Moor - Mike Kipling - BDXP5E

P22 - Monument, Easby Moor - Mike Kipling - AH4J17

P24 - Whitby Abbey - eye35.pix - F2MFJH

P41 - Cyclist, West Highland Way - Jon Sparks - CMWJ48

P41 - Cyclists, South Downs Way - parkerphotography - EA9XDK

P45 - Fly-tipping, River Eden - Wayne Hutchinson - ACFY3T or ACFY3P (appear identical)

P50 - Snowdon Lily, Gagea Serotina - Nature Photographers - GW8E77

P50 - View from summit of Snowdon - robertharding - ENX14E

P52 - Pete's Eats, Llanberis - Jeff Morgan 14 - A4G7AE

P59 - Llandovery Castle - JustinKaze z10z - ABY305

p60 - LLandrindod Wells, signal box - Keith Morris - AXWWJ5

P79 - Stirling Castle - David Robertson - CWEKB3

p79 - Entrance to Stirling Castle - Andrew Wilson - D196M5

P79 - Queen's Hall, Stirling Castle - Andrew Wilson - GER219

P88 - Levens Hall - Roger Coulam - BBKF3M

P94 - Montacute House - Steve Taylor - E7BGEW

P96 - Athelhampton Hall - robertharding - ARCKDK

P97 - Merchant's House, Tenby - Ian Bottle - F64CCW

 

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