Monday, September 29, 2014

[Wellington in FW]


008.01 "Wallinstone national"
008.10 "Willingdone Museyroom"
008.17 "Sraughter Willingdone"
008.35 "Willingdone mormorial"
009.03 "the Willingdone"
009.14 "Voutre. Willingdone."
009.26 "Willingdone"
009.34 "Willingdone"
010.02 "Stonewall Willingdone"
010.12 "Willingdone"
010.13 "the Willingdone"
010.16 "the Willingdone"
010.17 "the Willingdone"
047.07 "Wellinton's"
085.10 "Wellington Park road"
097.34 "hiz willingsons"
126.12 "Wellingtonia Sequoia"
176.21 "our weltingtoms"
203.07 "landleaper, wellingtonorseher"
277.06 "The wellingbreast"
286.11 "Wellington's Iron Bridge"
309.16 "Wollinstown"
333.18 "the Bullingdong"
334.13 "willingtoned"
335.17 "The Wullingthund sturm"
339.26 "jupes of Wymmingtown"
371.36 "Dook Weltington"
373.20 "Wholehunting the pairk"
460.01 "his wellingtons"
529.33 "wellingtons"
541.21 "Duke Wellinghof"
542.04 "Wailingtone's Wall"
567.02 "to the Wellington"
568.19 "Woolington"
595.22 "vellumtomes muniment"

Sir Arthur Wellesley

009.02 "Cromwelly"
017.11 "his woolseley side"
041.01 "these incurable welleslays... wellasdays"
052.27 "woolselywellesly"
058.29 "wellesday"
133.21 "Walleslee"
137.11 "artful Juke of Wilysly"
312.29 "the Wallisey"
337.21 "Will Woolsley Wellaslayers"
347.09 "Sirdarthar Woolwichleagues"
377.13 "oldboy Welsey Wandrer"
420.36 "Well, Sir Arthur."
510.22 "a wellesleyan bottle riot act"
510.30 "Orther."

Iron Duke

008.18 "his ironed"
036.18 "his duc de Fer's"
071.35 "Awnt Yuke"
310.20 "the man of Iren"
338.26 "that man d'airain"
531.06 "With my ironing duck"
595.22 "Arans Duhkha"
620.09 "the Iren duke's"

born 1769

275.17 "number 17:69"
308.01 "Gobble Anne: tea's set, see's eneugh!" (French Gobelins dix-sept six et neuf = Gobelins 1769, phone number)

very faint HCE-sin?

George Bernard Shaw: Mrs Warren's Profession (1893), act I: 'The old Iron Duke didn't throw away fifty pounds: not he. He just wrote: "Dear Jenny: publish and be damned! Yours affectionately, Wellington." That's what you should have done' (referring to Wellington's alleged reply to a publisher demanding money so as not to include compromising details in Wellington's mistress's upcoming memoirs)

Motif: 'Up, guards, and at them!' attributed to Wellington at Waterloo [fweet-18]

Copenhagen [fweet-25]


Peninsular War
003.06    isthmus of Europe Minor to wielderfight his penisolate war: nor

008.25    Gallawghurs argaumunt. This is the petty lipoleum boy that
–008.25+    Battle of Gawilghur, 1803 (Wellington) (Cluster: Battles)
–008.25+    Battle of Argaum, 1803 (Wellington) (Cluster: Battles)

008.26    was nayther bag nor bug. Assaye, assaye! Touchole Fitz Tuo-
–008.26+    Battle of Assaye, 1803 (Wellington) (Cluster: Battles)

008.29    this is Mont Tipsey, this is the Grand Mons Injun. This is the
–008.29+    Mont Saint Jean: the name the English army gave to Waterloo, from the village which Napoleon thought the key to Wellington's position

009.03    ings dispatch for to irrigate the Willingdone. Dispatch in thin
–009.03+    The Dispatches of the Duke of Wellington during his Various Campaigns (in 13 volumes), 1834-9

009.10    is bode Belchum, bonnet to busby, breaking his secred word with a
–009.10+    General Bl├╝cher's famous reply to his troops that they must go on, as he had pledged his word to Wellington, indirectly led to the victory at Waterloo

009.13    Belchum. Salamangra! Ayi, ayi, ayi! Cherry jinnies. Figtreeyou!
–009.13+    Battle of Salamanca, 1812 (Wellington) (Cluster: Battles)

009.26    Almeidagad! Arthiz too loose! This is Willingdone cry. Brum!
–009.26+    Battle of Almeida, 1811 (Wellington) (Cluster: Battles)
–009.26+    Arthur is to lose (Wellington)
–009.26+    Battle of Orthez, 1814 (Wellington) (Cluster: Battles)
–009.26+    Battle of Toulouse, 1814 (Wellington) (Cluster: Battles)

009.36    bariste della porca! Dalaveras fimmieras! This is the pettiest
–009.36+    Battle of Talavera, Spain, 1809 (Wellington) (Cluster: Battles)
–009.36+    Battle of Vimeiro, Portugal, 1808 (Wellington) (Cluster: Battles)

010.06    This is the hinndoo Shimar Shin between the dooley boy and the
–010.06+    Hindu (Wellington served in India prior to his Napoleonic campaigns)

010.16    madrashattaras, upjump and pumpim, cry to the Willingdone:
–010.16+    Wellington fought in the second Anglo-Mahratta War, 1803 (Cluster: Battles)

010.19    Basucker youstead! This is the dooforhim seeboy blow the whole
–010.19+    Battle of Busaco, 1810 (Wellington) (Cluster: Battles)

302.02    opes tipoo soon ear! If you could me lendtill
–302.02+    Tippoo Sahib defeated by Wellington

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