Anyone do anything 19th century in Scotland?

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Anyone do anything 19th century in Scotland?

Postby guthrie » Mon Jun 04, 2007 10:55 pm

It's just that at the Dawn Duellists, in Edinburgh, we have quite a few sabreurs, and not a few sabres to go with them, and I'm thinking we need some opportunities to dress up and have a go at each other with sabres.

Have I mentioned we like sabres?


(Although none of us look quite like that chap who plays Sharp though)



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Postby Matt_D » Tue Jun 05, 2007 8:45 am

contact the 43rd North Carolina in the ACWS. They have a large Edinburgh contingent.



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Postby Zachos » Tue Jun 05, 2007 9:00 am

There was a 19th century?

I think you're imagining centuries old boy. Lay off the mud a bit, and do a course of leeches. That'll help.


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Postby guthrie » Thu Jun 07, 2007 6:35 pm

Thanks Mat, I didn't know anyone in Scotland did ACWS.
But that is not quite our cup of tea. Maybe we shall have to have a Victorian day ourselves....



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Postby David F » Sun Jul 01, 2007 11:17 pm

Is there anything to do in 19th Century Scotland other than the 1820 weavers rising or the clearances?
If you do somthing like that, and since you'll be the ones with the weapons, I can't see it being very popular with the punters.
You'd have a better chance of survival setting fire to a Saltire at Bannockburn! :twisted:


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