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According to Mme de Lieven, who was a guest at Brighton Pavilion soon after his return, “The King was in a もっと見る talkative mood than ever, mostly on the subject of high politics. I wish I could remember his ideas and the order in which he gave them. I know that three times I bit my lip so as not to laugh.” She wrote to Prince Metternich. “And that I ended によって eating up all the オレンジ peel I could find, so as to give my mouth something to hide it’s twitching if the danger grew too great. Everything あなた 発言しました to him was in his oration-I recognized a few phrases; but everything was plunged...
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In this sketch, Blackadder is about to marry. Due to Bob's lack of girl chums, she enlists Baldrick to become one of her bridesmaids.
tony robinson
tim mcinnerny
season 2
Blackadder is "cancel culture"..
Sir Benjamin, & Mr Richard won BAFTAs for creating Blackadder.
University graduates ,they are, of オックスフォード and 大学 College,
They know stuff. Edmund Blackadder esq. i.e Butler to Prince George is
for the most part the real life stories of the triply knighted Groom of the Bedchamber Admiral Sir Edmund Nagle KB KCB GCH &c. A very well known Royal Navy war hero and
'a great favourite' of Prince George since 1803 until 1830.
Nagle used to be very famous but was "cancelled" によって Rex Victoriana's
frowning upon Regency Rakes & the Catholic Irish.
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In 1770 Edmund Nagle , at thirteen years of age, and not a 日 over, enlisted in HMS "Juno" as a midshipman and was immediately en-route to the far South Atlantic. The First Falkland's Crisis of 1770 was pretty much just a "Mexican Stand-Off" between Britain and Spain in a dispute over the sovereignty of these barren, remote, and infertile windswept rocks at the far end of the world,

they were of huge but strategic importance being the Western approach to the Straits of Magellan..

Ultimately, a lack of French support for Spain defused the tension, and Spain and Britain reached an inconclusive...
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HMS Artois: a fifth-rate Artois-class フリゲート, フリゲート艦 British Royal Navy, designer: Sir John Henslow Launched:1794
Served in the English Channel under Captain Edmund Nagle in the squadrons of Admiral Edward Pellew and Admiral
John B Warren, most notably in the "Action of 21 October" 1794 where she captured the 44-gun フリゲート, フリゲート艦 La Révolutionnaire singlehandedly.
Artois participated in other actions including the 1795 attempted invasion of France. She continued to serve
off the coast of France in blockades and patrolling,
taking many ships as prizes ,Lastly, on 31 July 1797 Artois, whilst attempting to reconnoitre La Rochelle harbour, she was wrecked on the sand bans and shoals off Île de Ré ,with no lives lost
(Oh Horatio ! you've saved all your crew again !)
It is quite a claim to state Edmund Blackadder esq.
is based upon the life of Edmund Nagle.
The records indicate it to be obvious.
Harder still it is to claim that Horatio Hornblower
is also based upon the life of
Admiral of the Fleets, the Red, the White, & the Blue, Knight Bachelor, Sir, Edmund Nagle
Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath, and
of the Order of the Guelphic クロス of Hannoer (sic)
In 1770 ,about the time Lieutenant James Cook RN
sailed into Botany Bay, Sydney;
'our Edmund' entered the navy as a midshipman,
aged the minimum required of 13 years....
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Act 3 Scene 1

High above London, a flash of purple lightning
in a clear night sky..

HRH's Private Suite. Carlton House ,

St. James SW1.

The Prince Regent standing , center stage, arms akimbo,
admiring his recently installed gilded eagle-motifs in his drawing- room's four corners.

Enter, stage right, ,HRH's 'great favourite'
Admiral Sir Edmund Nagle RN KB KCB GCH

"Oh Nagle , you're just in time to help me plan my Easter party, Hoorah !
What do あなた think of my eagles, aye ?" begins George Augustus , Regent of the United Kingdoms of Great Britain, and Ireland, and of Hannover .

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Sent on the 03/08/2022 as two separate letters
To the Alperton and Colindale Police Stations Dog Units
Mrs. Olga Alexandra Taggart British passport 546 755 0482GBR6602141F2705125, National Insurance Number PX 07 06 28 A, NHS number 623 176 0243 Scotland Yard ID ATH-6024-17-000, CIA ID: A7XEFS58 (on behalf of Sir Rowan Atkinson; CIA ID: KGGX9VE8 (on behalf of Sir Harry Enfield); Abbey National number K4560284TAG; address:
Flat 5(five) Garnet Court,
27 The Drive,
0745 187 3665
my Google e-mail:, my Yahoo addresses,...
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posted by Clowninthevenus
09/03/2021 Towards Sir Lenny Henry filming project “The Leader Of The Greek Skins”:

- Good for her...She grabbed Venus for herself...
- No...Alex minds herself a true Brit and donated the planet to the British Pet/Wild Animal Charity...The trouble is to mark newly found British Venus land...
-Did she go to the Notary?
- Notary was fine. あなた need an apostille.
- What? To legislate Venus as British land?
- What they had done in the past? How Columbus legislated America as Spanish land?
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posted by Clowninthevenus
I still haven’t received any letters または telephone calls concerning my interview with the Scotland Yard with my ticket 390 8608, neither anyone has contacted me in order to pay for my participation in production of ongoing ファンタジー films in the last four years.

Date 13/05/2021 Invoice
For the attention of Sir John Suchet BBC 1 and BBC 2 Sir David Attenborough

This invoice is directed to BBC TV Management Financial Department for fast ファンタジー film production for public entertainment during the Brexit transition period. To those it may concern:

Mrs Olga Alexandra Taggart British passport...
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posted by Edmund_Nagle
Sporting Magazine Ned and Farmer George Vol.4 2nd Series
new york public library. printed in London, 1832
I often hunted with the Warde's hounds and with the Duke of Beaufort's, and I had accompanied Royalty repeatedly in the stag-hunt: so that スタッグ, クワガタ , fox, and 野ウサギ, うさぎ had all fled  before me. I remember the honest face of the late King George the Third, looking all good humour around him.
Sir Henry Goff riding with him, and the late Sir Edmund Nagle, then Captain Nagle,, making he old king laugh with his Hibernian jokes The jolly admiral was arousing the King that 日 with a story of a 'brother-midshipman'...
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posted by Clowninthevenus
06/06/2021 Towards Sir Pierce Brosnan filming project "The Remedy":

- あなた know, the dirty arses who are sitting around their computer screen - they don't see a human, neither they see suffering, the only thing they see IS PLASTIC FIGURE COLORED GREEN...
- Why green?
- They hate "Green Peace"!
- あなた know, I heard it even in 2018 that some sh-t gethering in groups were murdering our town foxes around London...
- Another sign of war preparation! Like in pre-war Germany! Do あなた know, actually, how Adolf Hitler gained his popularity, what it had started from? He stood on the side of German farmers who...
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posted by Clowninthevenus
25/03/2021 Towards Sir Pierce Brosnan filming project "The Remedy":

- Once it was 発言しました that that one who controls the flow of drugs, that one who promotes pharmacy of that または the other system - that one controls as the world.
- Who 発言しました it?
- I believe it was one of the greatest psychiatrists of all - Dr Zigmund Freud.
- Probably, it was before his colleagues put him on cocaine to damage his career.
- They put him on cocaine for his other opinion - to never use electrical または electromagnetic equipment, nothing mechanical to cure psychiatric patients, he thought it is a way of the Satanists.
- Where have あなた read it?
- In one of the disappearing Google articles...
- Did that 記事 say we should value our own psychiatry first of all?
- Yes. Though, I cannot repeat the words. Something about the lack of Darwinism training in our schools and society...
posted by Edmund_Nagle
When a young man, whilst travelling up Shooter's 丘, ヒル in a post-chaise a highwayman rode up and presented his pistol through the window:
"Your Money, or, Your Life!" being the usual demand .Sir Edmund, then a very youthful and athletic man, seized the arm of the ruffian, twisted the pistol from it, dragged him through the window and, placing him beside him to keep him quiet, ordered the post-boy to drive on. The humble supplications of the highwayman were met with; "Be easy boy, be easy, I won't hurt you:" Still, the conscience-stricken robber ,kept pleading, til at length, the chaise reached...
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