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  • Andre

    Replied to a comment by John on Andre’s wall.
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    Hi, John, Nice to hear from you and your exhibition plans. For opening a new thread about a cachet from Aleksinac please go to Serbia in the forum. Than choose "+ create thread". Now you can type in your text. For adding pictures please click on…
  • Andre

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    Perfect, thank you very much!
  • John

    Wrote a comment on Andre’s wall.
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    Hi Andre, I need some help using the site. My first aim is to put up a letter with a cachet that is completely new, on a letter that has been through Aleksinac. How can I put photos onto the site, and where should they be placed to best elicit an…
  • Hedy

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    I hope it is batter and readable.
  • Andre

    Replied to the thread Gibraltar disinfection.
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    (Quote from Hedy)

    The HMS Bellerophon arrived in Gibraltar on Oct. 9th, 1850 and was cleared for Westward on Oct. 11th. I assume that the letter was sent by the HMS Rattler to Liverpool. The HMS Rattler arrived in Liverpool on Oct. 21st, 1850 and was…
  • Andre

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    Dear Hedy,
    I have increased the maximum file size for you. Please give it a try.
    Kind regards,
    André
  • Hedy

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    Dear Andre

    Scans heavier than 1 Mb can not be upload. I tried!:(
  • Andre

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    Queen Anne Royal Proclamation published on November 8, 1711. H.M. ordered quarantine installation on British ports due to Plague, a term used at that time for infectious diseases without knowledge of the causative agents.
    Here the immediate cause was an…
  • Andre

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    Dear Hedy,

    Thank you very much for showing this interesting document! Unfortunately the low resolution makes the pages hard to read.
    I can recommend a book to people who are interested in the Baltic pest: "The Last Plague in the Baltic Region 1709-1713" by…
  • Hedy

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    Queen Anne Royal Proclamation published on November 8, 1711. H.M. ordered quarantine installation on British ports due to Plague, a term used at that time for infectious diseases without knowledge of the causative agents.
    Here the immediate cause was an…