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    Borrowing a chart
    From: George Huxtable
    Date: 2001 Nov 05, 6:54 AM

    I am searching for a chart to illustrate a talk which is being given here
    in Oxford on 12 November. The talk is about a sailing-vessel passage
    between Queensland and Java.
    
    I see from a VERY old Admiralty chart catalogue that this area was then
    conveniently covered in a single chart, 2759A. This may or may not be still
    the case.
    
    For our purposes, it doesn't matter whether the chart is old, out-of-date,
    cancelled, scribbled over, or whatever.
    
    We (White Horse Cruising Club) would undertake to return the chart and
    recompense postage.
    
    Because of the short timescale, we are looking for a UK owner for the
    chart, or possibly someone from the EU, but no further afield.
    
    Any offers?
    
    Yours, George.
    
    
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    george---.u-net.com
    George Huxtable, 1 Sandy Lane, Southmoor, Abingdon, Oxon OX13 5HX, UK.
    Tel. 01865 820222 or (int.) +44 1865 820222.
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