May I hasten to correct a major, though non-motoring, error in your February issue?
On page 179, in the article GP Napiers, you have published an illustration showing Jarrot, Edge and Stocks at Rheban “with Edge’s pit-bull terrier”. It is not a pit-bull terrier, but a perfectly standard, white English bull terrier, of which I currently have two. It is extremely important that these affectionate, family dogs should not be confused with the most undesirable pit-bulls a breed which I doubt had been ‘invented’ in Edge’s day.
Peter Garnier, Penzance.
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