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From: (Douglas Richardson)
Subject: Re: Death Date Of Philip FitzRoy
Date: 14 Jan 2003 16:19:05 -0800
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Dear Spencer ~
I shall be glad to forward you a "free" copy of my forthcoming book,
just as soon as I receive your check for $60.00. Also, please do
consider getting an extra copy for your local library. The book will
be an asset to any library, private or public.
Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah
"D. Spencer Hines" <> wrote in message news:<a9KU9.424$>...
> Once you reaffirm that you are going to keep your part of our bargain and send
> me, gratis, an autographed, engraved copy of PA3, I shall be happy to do so,
> You've been quite evasive on that matter, of late.
> Deus Vult.
> "For by diligent perusing the actes of great men, by considering all the
> circumstances of them, by composing Counseiles and Meanes with events, a man
> may seem to have lived in all ages, to have been present at all enterprises,
> to be more strongly confirmed in Judgement, to have attained a greater
> experience than the longest life can possibly afford."
> John Hayward, __The Lives of the III Norman Kings of England, William the
> First, William the Second and Henry I__, London, 1612, Preface
> All replies to the newsgroup please. Thank you kindly. All original material
> contained herein is copyright and property of the 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.
> D. Spencer Hines
> Lux et Veritas et Libertas
> Vires et Honor.
> "Douglas Richardson" <> wrote in message
> | Dear Newsgroup ~
> | Sometime ago, Spencer Hines posted the following information regarding
> | Philip Fitz Roy, the illegitimate son of King Richard I. I wonder if
> | Spencer might kindly provide his source for this information? My
> | sources state that Philip Fitz Roy was living in 1211. We don't want
> | to rely on la-de-da literature for history, do we, Spencer?
> | Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah
> | E-mail:
> | From: D. Spencer Hines ()
> | Subject: Re: "Plantagenet" --- An Explanation
> | View: Complete Thread (30 articles)
> | Original Format
> | Newsgroups: alt.english.usage, alt.usage.english,
> | soc.genealogy.medieval, soc.history.medieval
> | Date: 2000/01/02
> | 1. You are misusing the term Genealogy, as you have frequently.
> | 2. We are talking History here, not la-de-da literature.
> | Shakespeare,
> | for all his greatness, is a very poor Historian. In fact he is no
> | Historian at all --- and only fools treat him as such.
> | 3. It's spelled _Plantagenet_, not _Plantaganet_, in Modern English.
> | 4. Philip of Cognac was Richard I's illegitimate son. He died about
> | 1221, without issue. That part is Royal Genealogy.
> | --
> | D. Spencer Hines
> | Lux et Veritas et Libertas