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James's and tone
James's estate disagreed with the proposed comical tone of the film and put a halt to the talks.
But James's honeymoon was of very short duration ; and his initial political actions were to do much to create the rather negative tone which was to turn a successful Scottish king into a disappointing English one.

James's and delighted
Flash was especially associated with an important break known as " The Bells "— a cut-up of the intro to Bob James's jazz cover of Paul Simon's " Take Me To The Mardi Gras "— while Bambaataa delighted in springing occasional rock music breaks from records like " Mary, Mary ", " Honky Tonk Women ", " Sgt.

James's and Elizabeth
* February 7 – Elizabeth II is proclaimed Queen of the United Kingdom ( and her five other Commonwealth realms ) at St. James's Palace, London, England.
Frederick was the leader of the association of Protestant princes in the Holy Roman Empire known as the Protestant Union, and Elizabeth was married to him in an effort to increase James's ties to these princes.
When Elizabeth died unmarried and childless in 1603, the throne passed to James VI of Scotland, a great-grandson of Henry VII, who ruled in England as James I. James's silver coinage changed little from that of Elizabeth in production and style.
* At the English royal court, January and February see massive celebrations for the marriage of Frederick V, Elector Palatine to King James's daughter Princess Elizabeth, culminating in their wedding on February 14.
After 1599, in view of the approaching death of Queen Elizabeth I, Sandys paid his court to King James VI of Scotland, and on James's accession to the throne of England in 1603 Sandys received a knighthood.
In 1620 he was sent on a special embassy to Ferdinand II at Vienna, to do what he could on behalf of James's daughter Elizabeth of Bohemia.
* Lady Georgiana Elizabeth Spencer-Churchill ( 10 St James's Square, St James's, London, 14 May 1860 – 9 February 1906 ), married 4 June 1883 Richard George Penn Curzon, 4th Earl Howe, by whom she had issue.
* Lady Georgiana Elizabeth Spencer-Churchill ( 10 St James's Square, St James's, London, 14 May 1860 – 9 February 1906 ), married 4 June 1883 Richard George Penn Curzon, 4th Earl Howe, by whom she had issue.
The following year he continued unbeaten, winning the Greenham Stakes, the 2, 000 Guineas, the St. James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot, the Sussex Stakes and the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes.
The National Police Memorial, opposite St. James's Park at the junction of Horse Guards Road and The Mall, was also unveiled by Queen Elizabeth II on 26 April 2005.
The Court of St. James's is named after St. James's Palace, which is the senior Palace of the Sovereign, currently Queen Elizabeth II.
The Act, however, declared that they would be followed by James I & VI's granddaughter Sophia, Electress and Dowager Duchess of Hanover ( the daughter of James's daughter Elizabeth Stuart ) and her heirs.
Thomas married Elizabeth Washington in September 1632 at St James's Church, Clerkenwell and they had a daughter named Anne Rolfe in 1633.
Whilst saying mass in the Chapel Royal of St James's Palace on 25 December 1558 he incurred the wrath of a furious Queen Elizabeth I ( who had succeeded her half-sister Mary I on the latter's death on 17 November ) when, contrary to her explicit instructions, he elevated the host, thereby implying the corporeal presence of Christ — an anathema to Elizabeth I's more Protestant religious beliefs.
When it became clear that the Protestant James VI of Scotland was likely to succeed Elizabeth, Henry sent Thomas Percy, a recent Catholic convert, on a secret mission to James's court three times in 1602.
With the other conspirators he had recruited, Catesby also planned to incite a rebellion in the Midlands, during which James's nine-year-old daughter Princess Elizabeth would be captured, and installed as titular queen.
He therefore planned to kill the king by blowing up the House of Lords with gunpowder, and then inciting a popular revolt to install James's daughter, Princess Elizabeth, as titular Queen.
* He was sworn in as ambassador, to the Court of St. James's, by Secretary of State James Baker on April 25, 1991, and presented his credentials to Queen Elizabeth II on June 25, 1991.
The conspirators also planned to instigate an uprising in the Midlands, simultaneously kidnapping James's daughter, Princess Elizabeth.

James's and who
Charles and the Duke of Buckingham, James's favourite and a man who had great influence over the prince, together travelled incognito to Spain in 1623 in an attempt to reach agreement on the long-pending Spanish Match.
King James's policies of religious tolerance after 1685 met with increasing opposition by members of leading political circles, who were troubled by the king's Catholicism and his close ties with France.
The Duke of York agreed to the marriage, after pressure from chief minister Lord Danby and the King, who incorrectly assumed that it would improve James's popularity amongst Protestants.
The modern gentlemen's club, sometimes proprietary, i. e. owned by an individual or private syndicate, but more frequently owned by the members who delegate to a committee the management of its affairs, first reached its highest development in London, where the district of St. James's has long been known as " Clubland ".
In June, James's wife, Mary of Modena, bore a son ( James Francis Edward Stuart ), who displaced William's wife to become first in the line of succession.
Public anger also increased because of the trial of seven bishops who had publicly opposed James's Declaration of Indulgence granting religious liberty to his subjects, a policy which appeared to threaten the establishment of the Anglican Church.
James appointed as head of the nursery his former nurse Helen Little, who installed Henry in James's own oak cradle.
Wedgwood was chairman ; also present were William Townsend Aiton ( successor to his father, William Aiton, as Superintendent of Kew Gardens ), Sir Joseph Banks ( President of the Royal Society ), James Dickson ( a nurseryman ), William Forsyth ( Superintendent of the gardens of St. James's Palace and Kensington Palace ), Charles Francis Greville ( a Lord of the Admiralty ) and Richard Anthony Salisbury, who was to become the Secretary of the new society.
Rutherford and Davis ( who died in 1973 ) are interred alongside each other in the graveyard of St. James's Church, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire.
James II's subordinate commanders were Richard Talbot, 1st Earl of Tyrconnell, who was Lord Deputy of Ireland and James's most powerful supporter in Ireland ; and the French general Lauzun.
James's loss of nerve and speedy exit from the battlefield enraged his Irish supporters, who fought on until the Treaty of Limerick in 1691 ; he was derisively nicknamed Seamus a ' chaca (" James the shit ") in Irish.
This seemed to support literary critics like Van Wyck Brooks and Vernon Parrington who had condemned James's expatriation and criticised his work as effeminate and deracinated ; Leon Edel used it as the premise of his influential biography which held the field for many years.
John W. Sheets, the bank cashier, was killed in the process by Jesse James, who believed Sheets was Samuel P. Cox, who had killed James's bushwhacker Bloody Bill Anderson during the American Civil War.
His elevation, however, led to accusatory rumours from King James's supporters that Marlborough had disgracefully betrayed his erstwhile king for personal gain ; William himself entertained reservations about the man who had deserted James.
He was also a successful blues man who played electric slide guitar in James's style.
James's music & style still today has immense influence upon today's modern blues icons, including the young Derek Trucks of the Allman Brothers and The Derek Trucks Band, who has attributed James as his most predominant influence, and inspiration.
Following the birth of the Catholic James II's only son James Francis Edward Stuart (" The Old Pretender "), the English establishment determined to avoid the possibility of a Catholic dynasty on the English throne by engineering the Glorious Revolution, when the throne was offered to the older of James's two Protestant daughters from his first marriage and her husband, the Stadhouder of Holland, who uniquely reigned as co-monarchs, William III ( 1688 – 1702 ) and Mary II ( 1688 – 1694 ).
Webster was the lessee of the Haymarket from 1837 to 1853 ; he built the new Adelphi Theatre ( 1859 ); later the Olympic Theatre, Princess's Theatre, London and St James's Theatres came under his control ; and he was the patron of all the contemporary playwrights and many of the best actors, who owed their opportunity of success to him.
William Herbert, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, who would come to oversee the London Stage and the royal company as King James's Lord Chamberlain, succeeded to the title in 1601.
In 1668 an area of the Poulteney estate known as Sandpit Field was surrendered to Charles II, who made the bulk of the land into a Royal Park, as " Upper St James's Park " and enclosed it with a brick wall.
James's body was taken first to Berwick on Tweed, where according to Hall's Chronicle, it was viewed by the captured Scottish courtiers William Scott and John Forman who acknowledged it was the King's.
Buckingham, who continued in office as chief minister into the reign of James's son, Charles I, was responsible for a policy of war against Spain and France, and was assassinated by a Puritan fanatic, John Felton, in 1628 as he prepared an expedition to relieve the Huguenots of La Rochelle.

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