Sacrifice, correction bis

stoney stoney at
Mon Jan 28 19:42:14 EST 2002

How horribly embarassing - that should be Hugh of Lincoln.

I meant of course Hugh of York, not Isaac - a character of a somewhat 
different order of fiction.

At 03:50 PM 1/28/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>, I don't see any reasonable way to deny that it was written very close to 
>or around that time -- and hence the author -- and more importantly, his 
>audience -- would have been in a position to know what was or wasn't 
>happening in Ben Hinnom, don't you think?

Perhaps it's worth recalling that their very vocal contemporaries were in 
just as much of a "position to know" what did or did not happen to Isaac of 
York.  It's not the same thing as actually knowing, much less supplying 
their allegations with any credibility.

Stoney Breyer
Touchwood, Inc.
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