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PostSubject: The reception to Lord Heinrich and Lady Marzena.   Tue Aug 12, 2008 2:41 am

This topic is still underconstruction for tonight. Please refrain until the civil union is complete. I will remove this once finished and set to begin.

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PostSubject: Re: The reception to Lord Heinrich and Lady Marzena.   Tue Aug 12, 2008 3:45 am

The perfect ballroom is now remade for this special event. The base being white so the brides perfered color can shine more brightly.



The tables now strewn with the red roses to symbolize the love of this couple that already has fought threw much depths.



The groom and bride leaving etched stem ware with gold rims on each for every guest. To show their great appriciation to the many who had seen them threw to this point.



In the center of the couples table a red storm lamp surrounded with red roses. Lit to burn brightly their union. An undying devotion to each other on this joyous of days.

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PostSubject: Re: The reception to Lord Heinrich and Lady Marzena.   Tue Aug 12, 2008 5:14 am

The fine chefs of the castle brought out grand food for the event. Rack of lamb slightly sweetened with rose oil, and apple spice.


An entire pig brilliantly browned and baked with brown sugars and wines.


With quick and steady work a rose cake was erected and carefully perserved for the event, so as to keep the rose petals firm and plump.


The castle waiters lined up prepared to host yet another event.



The trademark champagne fountain was constructed for all in the group.



The favorite quartet entered and began tuning their musical instruments.

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PostSubject: Re: The reception to Lord Heinrich and Lady Marzena.   Tue May 18, 2010 7:53 pm

The article focuses on the eventful history of the copy of Sir Edward Monings The Landgraue of Hessen his princelie receiuing of her Maiesties embassador (1596) held by the Warsaw University Library, which includes manuscript notes and two signatures, allegedly by William Shakespeare, all eventually identified as an uninvestigated example of William Henry Ireland's (1777–1835) forgery. In an attempt to reconstruct the circumstances of the falsification, and account for its puzzling success, the article examines the relation of the notes to the content of the book, as well as the overall historical context constituted by the spectacular baptism of Elizabeth, daughter of Landgrave Moritz (1572–1632) der Gelehrte, held in Kassel in the summer 1596, and the intriguing references to the diplomatic scandal caused by Sir Edward Clinton, English ambassador sent then to Hessen. By emphasizing the stunning aptitude of the interpolated text, and the fragility of material evidence constraining our interpretation of the past, the article encourages both the reexamination of William Henry Ireland's forgeries, and the reflection over the ever-tantalizing gaps in Shakespeare's biography. The article points also to the intensity of the 16th century relations of Hessen and England which occasioned many valid cultural exchanges and, as it seems, provided a fertile ground for spinning a most compelling narrative of literary and historical imposture.
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