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Merton Street tennis court is the home of the Oxford University Real Tennis Club. It stands on the north side of Merton Street in central Oxford, England, and forms part of Merton College. There has been a tennis court in Oxford since 1450 and one at the Merton Street site since c. 1494, according to one source. Alternatively, according to another source, Oxford has had a court since 1595 and one at this site when it was rebuilt in 1798.
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Jeremy Ronald Potter was a British writer, historian, publisher and executive. His other books include Pretenders to the English Throne, The History of Independent Television in Britain, and Tennis and Oxford. Potter devoted most of his career to communications, working in both print and broadcast formats. 19705/?tag prabook0b-20. He wrote novels as well, including Hazard Chase, A Trail of Blood, Going West, Death in the Forest, and The Mystery of the Campden Wonder.
Jeremy Potter has 15 books on Goodreads, and recently added The Cold Cold Ground by Adrian McKinty, Where . They will not be notified.
Jeremy Potter has 15 books on Goodreads, and recently added The Cold Cold Ground by Adrian McKinty, Where Memories Lie by Deborah Crombie, Christine Fall.
Jeremy Potter was Chairman of the Richard III Society from 1971 until 1989
Jeremy Potter was Chairman of the Richard III Society from 1971 until 1989. Since Jeremy wrote it there have been two major events, all archaeological, which impinge on the life of Richard III and which Jeremy would have wanted to at least mention although they do not realign Richard's reputation in any major wa. ? Biographies.