These godly women (before mentioned) were both of Ipswich, and suffered about the same time with Cranmer. When in prison together, Mrs. Trunchfield was less ardent and zealous than Mrs. Potten; but when at the stake, her hope in glory was brigh... Read more of Agnes Potten And Joan Trunchfield at Martyrs.caInformational Site Network Informational
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THE HONEYCOMB PUZZLE.





(Unicursal and Route Problems)
Here is a little puzzle with the simplest possible conditions. Place the
point of your pencil on a letter in one of the cells of the honeycomb,
and trace out a very familiar proverb by passing always from a cell to
one that is contiguous to it. If you take the right route you will have
visited every cell once, and only once. The puzzle is much easier than
it looks.


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