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Captain Jack Boone and Miss Katherine Ashe (of Captain’s Lady, by Jamaila Brinkley)

Dear readers, tonight with me are two enchanting characters out of the Regency era. Captain Boone would like nothing more than to – legally – plunder the seas. 884 more words

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Britain outlines plans to break free of European Court after Brexit


LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will outline its plans on Wednesday to escape the “direct jurisdiction” of the European Court of Justice after Brexit, one of Prime Minister Theresa May’s main aims in talks to unravel 40 years of European Union membership.
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Pembroke Castle

As promised we are back in the town of Pembroke, West Wales. Famous for its castle and picturesque estuary, Pembroke us a wonderful place to base your West Wales break. 120 more words

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Snowshill

Today we are back in the Cotswolds, this time it is Snowshill Manor and Gardens, Gloucestershire. While the manor is Tudor in origin, it is the weird and wonderful collections of Charles Wade that we see today. 107 more words

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Lyme Regis, Dorset

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Lyme Regis is one of the most attractive towns in Dorset. The Cobb is famous for being featured in the film The French Lieutenants Woman. 187 more words

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Broadway, Cotswolds

The Cotswold village of Broadway situated in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is famous for its natural, honey colored Cotswold stone buildings. Today there are many shops, tea shops, cafes and pubs to explore in the village. 91 more words

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Charlecote Park

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Yesterday we noted that Charlecote Park, Warwickshire was one of many National Trust houses that took advantage of a water feature. In the case of Charlecote, it is the actual River Avon which runs through the estate. 211 more words

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