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the cathedral, excepting its Norman Chapter house, being rather below those of first class standard. The Church of St. Mary's Redcliff, however, is extremely beautiful.
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I called upon the wine firm here, recommended by Mr. Girdlestone, and found it much more than worthy the high praise he bestowed upon it. The firm John Harvey & Sons, was established by the great grandfather of the present proprietors and has been in continuous successful business ever since. It is the first house of its kind in Great Britain and does business [[insert]] without advertising [[/insert]] all over the business world.
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