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The South Zeal / Duchy of Cornwall stones

The law condemns the man or woman  Who steals a goose from off a common:  But lets the greater villain loose  Who steals the common from the goose.
A rambler ascending from Belstone with the intention of reaching the summit of Cosdon, will likely pass a fine granite post close to the boundary wall of Skaigh known as Ska Corner (Grid SX 63307 93312). Closer inspection will reveal the intriguing inscriptions 'SZ1' and 'DC1’.

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