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However, the little book just acquired by Anne Brichto, of Addyman Books in Hay-on-Wye, dates from about 1790 andsuggests that the song is even older.
The story of the discovery of the book by Anne Brichto, of Addyman Books, in Hay-on-Wye, was reported around the world after the Guardian revealed it last month.
More like 5% - and that's only because James Addyman obviously likes the Small Faces and Toots and the Maytals.
Though Forms: John Addyman, 1929-2006 features a precious hoard of sketch books and early work by one of Britain's most original landscape watercolourists, teachers and thinkers @ Oriel Q, Queen's Hall Gallery until April 30
As well as continuing to work with Doublespark, Addyman is now looking to develop Mingle
Addyman said: "Working with Doublespark has been a rewarding experience as they listen to what their clients want, which means we get to work from a clear and solid brief.
PC Sue Addyman of Millom police station said: "It was passed on to Copeland Borough Council's enforcement team who already know about the dumping problem.