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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: Exhumation of Medieval Kings
Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 04:26:26 +0100
E. and/or S. Jenks:
Further, you should also read _Transactions of the Bristol and
Gloucestershire Archaeological Society_, iv (1879-1880), p. 234 ---
which will tell you more about the great Plantagenet's finger and the
noted antiquary who was reportedly suspected of embezzling it.
After you read these sources, do come back and report to us about your
continuing "doubts" concerning what you vapidly and incorrectly referred
to as my little "finger story."
"...but I do doubt your little "finger story" is in there." Your words,
Talk about pratfalls!
We'll have a dish of baked crow made up for you to eat immediately after
you make your report.
And no, you can't just make a scurrilous and fallacious charge that I
lied and then ---- when challenged on the facts ---- run off and hide in
the tall grass.
D. Spencer Hines
Lux et Veritas et Libertas
"Cave ab homine unius libri." ---- Anonymous
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"D. Spencer Hines" <> wrote in message
| Vide infra postea.
| "Thanks for the tip on Michael Prestwich though, brilliant author
| I don't doubt he wrote about the event in 1774 which I clearly stated
| my previous postings, but I do doubt your little "finger story" is in
| No, Michael Prestwich did not write in 1774, you idiot.
| No one here give's a rat's derriere what you "doubt" and what you
| Read the source I gave you before you further make an ass of yourself.
| Learn about the finger.
| You are bugling from the Slough of Ignorance.
| And are you "E." or "S." Jenks? ---- You hide behind that ridiculous
| D. Spencer Hines
| Lux et Veritas et Libertas
| "Cave ab homine unius libri." ---- Anonymous
| All replies to the newsgroup please. Thank you kindly.
| All original material contained herein is copyright and property of
| author. It may be quoted only in discussions on this forum and with an
| attribution to the author, unless permission is otherwise expressly
| given, in writing.
| Vires et Honor.
| "E & S Jenks" <> wrote in message
| | >Who do you think really knows some facts here? Your tuppence
| | >to a coffee-table or bedside book, infra, by Elizabeth Longford is
| | >ridiculous.
| | Lady Elizabeth Longford was educated at Oxford University and
| | Pakenham, Earl of Longford. Hardy someone to be dismissed as writing
| | bedside book! She has long been a friend and biographer of the
| royals, and
| | was a candidate for parliament, So please stop embarassing yourself
| | trying to discredit my source. Thanks for the tip on Michael
| | though, brilliant author I don't doubt he wrote about the event in
| | which I clearly stated in my previous postings, but I do doubt your
| | "finger story" is in there. Somone in a previous posting even
| | that story to Henry VIII. Really Hines, no one is impressed with
| | little phrases. I mean how can you be a reliable source you don't
| even know
| | how to work a newsgroup. Please lay off the alcohol
| before submitting
| | anything on here, this newsgroup is for people who are seriously
| | in the middle ages not for childish games, like cross posting to
| | people. As people have emailed me from this newgroup and others to
| me to
| | stop replying to your postings so that you may finally disappear, I
| | decided to grant them this favor. May this posting rest in peace.
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