The Angry Corrie 34: Nov-Dec 97

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Like a mighty fleet lined up at anchor, all six TACit Tables are now available. The last (or, at least, latest) to appear was The Hewitts and Marilyns of Ireland by E D Clements. Clem's 48 pages detail 211 Irish Hewitts (Hills of England, Wales and Ireland over Two Thousand feet), and 453 Irish Marilyns (hills with 150m drop), while 350 footnotes allow Clem's work to be cross-referenced with a variety of guidebooks, and there are nine drawings by Chris Tyler. It costs #3.70 (#4.20 inc p&p), or #8 inc p&p bundled with Alan Dawson's The Hewitts and Marilyns of Wales and England. (Individually, these two cost #2 each (#2.40 inc p&p). Three earlier Tables are: The Grahams and the New Donalds and The Murdos, by Alan Dawson, #1.70 (#1.95) each; and World Tops and Bottoms - High and low points of all countries and dependencies, Grant Hutchison, #2 (#2.40) - the update published in TAC34 will be added as an insert. PC disks of all Tables bar World and Ireland, #4 each: hypertext, Excel and Word. Welsh and English data all on a single #4 disk. 10% of booklet/disk sales to JMT. Munro's Fables, Grant Hutchison / Chris Tyler, 104pp, #5.99 (#6.50); Walking the Watershed, Dave Hewitt, 240pp, #7.99 (#9). All eight TACit publications, and a six-TAC sub, only #27 inc p&p! Also: cheap copies of Dawson's 1992 Cicerone original, The Relative Hills of Britain, inc 1997 update; 256pp, #8 inc p&p. Quality T-shirts also available, based on the TAC33 front cover: XL, L, and M, #12 each or #16 with a sub. A very few Skye Bridge shirts still remain, XL only: cut price at #9 or #12 with a sub. TAC sub itself: #6. For subs/shirts, cheques to The Angry Corrie. If books are involved, please make it TACit Press. All from 138 West Stirling St, Alva, Clackmannanshire, FK12 5EN.

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