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PLYMOUTH

The story goes on to say that while the men of Plymstock were preparing to transport the body thither, the monks of Tavistock whipped it off, threw a bridge of planks, since called Guile Bridge, over the Tavy, and interred the hunter in their cemetery, thereby obtaining possession of his lands.



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PLYMOUTH
WILLIAM BKENDON AND SON
PRINTERS