11 Burst results for "Samuel Russell"
"samuel russell" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"Was taken to the Red Lion in in whole burn, and in my mind I'm here. Please in my mind. I'm picturing the red roof in. I'm sure I'm thinking little different. What kind of travesty are they pouring down on this poor man's desecrated corpse. What an injustice! I WANNA GO! See these things. I'm feeling Berry untravelled right now. And now nobody wants us to come to their country. That's. Not New. For you and me. Or just Americans in general. So cromwell's shrouded body was dragged on a sledge through the streets of London to the gallows He was hung in full. Public view is already decomposing. He's been dead for a while They hung up until about four o'clock in the afternoon. I think that's time, isn't it in? Well that's enough. Then they took down. CROMWELL's head was severed with eight blows placed on a wooden spike on a twenty foot pole, and raised above Westminster Hall of various conspiracy. Theories exist as to what happened to the body. A lot of experts say that. The word was that Cromwell's daughter Mary. Had it rescued from pit that they had just kind of tossed it into home? Hope she ain't going. Get at herself because I bet that was fun. No not fun. What's the word I'm looking for? Bad. A. Sealed Stone Vault was claimed to contain the remains of a headless Cromwell, at Newbury priory. It's more likely that Cromwell's body was just thrown in the pit at thai-born where it remains to this day. That's those are the theories about his body. His head remained on that spike over Westminster Hall until the Late Sixteen Eighties, except for a brief period of time when they took it down for roof repair in sixteen eighty one, they had to re Shingle, the side of one of the sides of the chapel, and so they took his head down briefly for that in sixteen eighty one. Circumstances in which Cromwell's head was removed from. Westminster is pretty straightforward. Apparently, there was a big storm toward the end of James. The seconds rain, sixteen, Eighty, five, sixteen, Eighty nine, and it broke the pole, bearing the head, and threw it to the ground and one of the. One of the sentinels that was guarding the entrance it just Kinda went boom boom. It fell next to him, and he just looked over and went I'll have that. And he took it and put it under his cloak, and took it home and hid his chimney. Rude. That's not your head. I mean fair enough. Maybe you don't want it. Put back on a poll that you have to look at every day. I get it. People fairly quickly saw that the head was missing right? Hey, where's that head? And so they start looking for it, and they offered a considerable considerable reward that like an Easter egg hunt. To get all the kiddies out there, looking in behind bushes and under plywood, Yup, but instead of gaily decorated eggs it was the decomposed severed head of Oliver Cromwell. We should have cromwell hunt this spring I very much look forward to it. We have a Cromwell role I wish they did that on the White House lawn, so there are posters being put up all over, London. Hey, there's a reward for the. For for Cromwell's head and the guy who had it. He didn't want to divulge that he had it because he thought it was a trick, and that they would throw him in the hour of London or something until seventeen ten, he had it, and that's when the head went into the possession of a guy named Claudius deploy. He was a Swiss French collector of curiosities, and he had a private museum in London hit. He displayed Cromwell's head in that museum for Awhile, it attracted visitors from all over the place. It was quite. A sought after ticket to go see Oliver Cromwell's head at this at this point in time he was offered sixty guineas to sell it, which is about five thousand pounds in today's money and. p.t Barnum to me a very very. Do even know that that was really Oliver Cromwell's head, or he just say it was all over. Head because again. well there have there were questions throughout the history of. The head being in various possessions whether or not it was all over Cromwell's head by the eighteenth century, it had become a curiosity in an attraction. and. Originally it was meant to scare people into not killing royal people right, but it had lost a lot of its sinister message are. The head was really thought of more as just a curiosity. It was in the possession at this point in the eighteenth century of quote, a failed comic actor in drunkard named Samuel Russell. That's my new twitter bio. Russell was rumored to be a relative of Cromwell's. which is I guess genealogical plausible? The CROMWELL's intermarried with Russell's in in several different alliances name. What's Russell about this point? Another twitter handle for you. It was spotted by prominent Goldsmith, clockmaker and Twenty Min James Cox. Who was convinced by all circumstances that it was in fact Oliver Cromwell's head. Okay, so he offered hundred pounds, which is about fifty six hundred pounds in today's money, but even though Russell was kind of a poor man. He refused to part with the head. He said it was so dear to him is sentimental. Absolutely totally understand the head of a dead ancestor. What are you GonNa? Do Plus it's an antique at that point, so you would think that he would have taken good care of it, but he really didn't. Get like really liquor it up and invite his friends over, and then they just pass it around, and like whoever had the head was the one that could talk like one of those things, but maybe something like that fire game. Yeah, it's very possible, but what happened in the process was irreparable erosion to the features of the head well. Is it leathery at this point? I would imagine it's kind of leathery. I would think at this point. Your fingers, they have that oil. It's not good for the the leathery skin, Oliver Cromwell's decomposed head. At this point Russell said he wanted to donate it to Sidney Sussex College. He offered the head up to the master of the college, and they said No. No, you've put your dirty hands all over at Russell. Even believe that this is Oliver Cromwell anymore because it's just a leathery ball with some weird hair sticking out of it. Is that why they didn't want to? I'd be concerned about the condition yeah yeah. But. Let's not forget about prominent Goldsmith. clockmaker and Toyland James Cox. He had not given up on trying to get CROMWELL's head. Right so Russell. He wasn't able to give it to a college. They didn't want it, so Russell had it so what Cox did was start loaning him small amounts of money. And then over time it added up to one hundred pounds and Russell couldn't pay it wasted. I'll take the head. He looked at it as a quote, retail investment at the time Cox had his own Museum of curiosities. Apparently, everybody had one back then. But by the time that he actually had the head in his physical possession, he no longer had the museum or or a place to display, so we sold the head in seventeen, ninety nine, for about two hundred thirty pounds or seventy four hundred pounds in today's to three brothers, whose last name was Hughes. Wanted to start their own display on bond street, and they got the head with the idea of this will be our chief display. This'll be our big draw Oliver Cromwell's.
"samuel russell" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Thursday night football to sean jackson officially out alshon jeffery officially in packers eagles we previewed the game yesterday if you wanna listen to that thursday night preview but i'm excited for that is thursday night game that i'm i'm primed for if the packers can go to foreign a- all right let's start with the weekly matchups here the panthers at one and to take on the texans there too and won this game has a forty seven point over under the texans or four and a half off point favorites kyle allen v shawn watson we have watson as our quarterback to on the weak consistency are on our consensus ranking so watson's obviously in kyle alan the question that people have as fantasy owners fantasy quarterback streamers was last last week fluke i will say it was not a fluke carl is surrounded by incredible talent at every skill position that he needs to be successful fantasy quarterback in real life quarterback how ever definitely inflated by the defense of the arizona cardinals allen i'm not looking to play him in one quarterback leagues but if you're in a two quarterback and you scooped him up i i think he's a fine in a super flex and i i would want one one more i would scoop up for sure if you're a super flex handles quarterback already gun if you would have but i i'm not gonna start him i think the fact that you come come out against the arizona cardinals who don't have any DB's patrick peterson suspended robert alpha was gone going to texans now with the game of film the watch i i would i would want a week off but your point is well taken the weapons are great between greg olsen DJ more curtis samuel christian mccaffrey this is the reason and i loved cam before the season few healthy he'd be balling out this was almost my answer for the most difficult players to rank this week would not kyle DJ more and courtesy because of allen sure it makes sense kyle and did have we've seen a couple of games from him in the pros it was against new orleans the end of last year three touchdowns had had a nice game i i look at kyle very similar to how i would try to rank daniel daniel jones and like you said last week they had a pretty easy match up you might say the texans are an easy match up to fantasy quarterback so far this year you're twenty seventh in the league in points given up so it's just depends on the options you have we haven't cuba nineteen by consensus ranking so if you have somebody that's a better option you go there carlos high duke johnson we already know on the carolina side christian mccaffrey is going to ball out he does it most every week and i would start him now he only played ninety two percents naps last week wow e they gave him they gave him a breather he had played every single snap on the season up till last week take a dude's cardio's insane that dude's everything is in fair point he's a player with a lot of natural talent that is taking it to the next level by working working his butt off year in year out and leveling up carlos hyde duke johnson we said we sat on the show yesterday these guys are just players you you just don't really want to play them right i mean this is a it's a tough situation to be able to count on them if you have to pick one carlos carlos high just from a reliability standpoint i think duke johnson is you can drop him he make we're on roster carlos i don't blame people if they if they they don't wanna play him but he's still a bench player to me with bi weeks coming up i didn't do johnson i mean i'd rather have chris thompson than do john oh oh one hundred percents far more explosive plus and we've seen more over time from him and they they utilize the pass catching running back in washington whereas john watson doesn't you know that's just not what he is used to doing did have a season high five targets last week do johnson did curious if this team starts to give him more opportunities that they don't nothing hide is efficient enough DJ more curtis samuel you said they're hard to rank this week we have them at the kind of rb are wide receiver three range both playable both playable deandre hopkins obviously out there you know will fuller he's also difficult to rank because he we know what he he can do and it's not that he's off the field i mean he's week one ninety seven percents of snaps week to ninety one week three ninety seven percents snaps out there all the time stills is hurting him yes that's that's a fair point that they have another speedster that they can go to still had had you know a pretty nice game last week we'll fuller just has it's not hit yet and when you're he's okay to throw out there as a flex play as as that that nitro nitro button so to speak for your for your starting roster but if it's really unfortunate that through the first three weeks we're just we're not seeing the big you're not seeing the big play that you had hoped when you drafted him and we know that kiki is kind of working himself back in he's sitting behind stills right now the rotation but he did get out there a little bit last week you wonder if that starts to even further muddy the kind of wide receiver coup landscape for those guys and then tight in wise thoughts on greg olsen having another solid week greg olsen is he's a weekly play at this point to know that the matchup technically technically through three weeks is not great the with the texans giving appoints the tight end position but in this landscape of tight end greg olsen gets targets and has upside every single single yeah you start them but you're not gonna get anything like what you've got a no certainly not think it's going to be an interesting game i think kyle kyle alum will be able to keep up against the texans jackson's defense the way that they're playing this year panthers have the fastest pace of play in the NFL now after last week so that's just good for for the fantasy option yeah now who would you rather have between DJ more curtis samuel russell season let's see it's still more yeah i would lean DJ more as well but added but they haven't really separated more explosive plays for more thus far more explosive i it it was just one of those things weird where he only got targets it's last week with kyle and see wonder of is switches with with him in there all right the cleveland browns at one and to travel to baltimore take on the ravens at two and one interesting fact here the games a forty five and a half point over under so if you look at the implied point totals the browns right nineteen and a half points points the ravens are at twenty six and a half that's what baguettes expects from this game ravens are six now point favorites the browns of yet to hit their team implied total this season that is a product of an offense that is over hyped yeah clearly over the expectations are have been much higher ending in in this game being six and a half point dogs were starting to get closer to what we're actually seeing baker and lamar what do you do here kamar lamar's automatically match home i'm not playing baker against the ravens no that would not be a wise decision no in two thousand eighteen he had a touchdown us john every two point seven pass attempts in the red zone this year twenty touchdowns zero or i'm sorry that was last year twenty touchdowns zero interceptions this year in the red zone it's been trashed three or fourteen that's how the game ended last week so we needed this i think we're we're all saying the same thing we need to see more from baker before he becomes the streaming option in in any capacity nick chubb volume is is is supporting nick through disease yup and he got he was of receiving those targets this past week seven targets i don't expect seven to keep up but nick chevy's out there he's going to get a ton of volume william unfortunately this matchup sucks he's been in rb two or better all three weeks i think the volumes great you're you're obviously going to play job you should mark ingram you you obviously playing mark ingram but bigger question fancy owners probably wanna know when they think about selling high is this going to be the mark ingram we get throughout the season when you look at the schedule will he did what he needed to do but it was miami arizona kansas city it's going to get harder for mark ingram not easier and he's been one of the most efficient mission runners as well touchdown to carry ratio is his touchdown to carry ratio is is absolutely out of control he's carried the ball forty three times and he has five rushing touchdown touchdown now he has cleveland pittsburgh cincinnati seattle on the docket i don't those don't intimidate me to the point where i'm thinking it's going to change dramatically at home against cleveland and pittsburgh pittsburgh cincinnati seattle are pretty nice matchup so they are and what you've seen is we've talked about this over the years is that a mobile rushing quarterback oftentimes helps the running game and you see it you see why happens lamar run so much the defenders are always looking to see if he's handing the ball off off or keeping it and a pause for a second and that helps mark ingram i think marketing is going to continue to be a great weekly play for the next half of the season but he you know he's not getting three touchdowns like he did last week four you're going with ours back home and landry you you obviously can play back home i think probably sit landry and this matchup he's more in the i don't know he's he's a bench player i don't blame you if you wanna hang onto him and see what happens if this offense gets going because he's very talented he's at seven targets seven targets nine targets jarvis landry is the perfect example of fantasy not matching the NFL because jarvis landry is a really freaking good wide receiver as fund eggs but they the opportunity is i will for for the fantasy points that we need jarvis landry can be a great fantasy player when he's getting targets like you did in miami but he's not getting those targets but he's he has a bench for me or if if you're playing a my expectations are low end wide receiver three best so one of the things that i'm doing in my fantasy leagues is targeting markey's brown everywhere yes i've been trying to acquire him he's got twenty six percent target share we haven't missed the wide receiver over twenty one in this matchup i think he finishes inside the top twenty on the over the course of the year and i think as it becomes rougher for mark ingram in some of these these other matchups that aren't quite the cakewalk said he's had it's only gonna benefit markets brown who seeing such a significant amount of targets he gives you everything you want you got a high i target here you got a young player with explosive play ability so he can win you a week with one to sean jackson style play and he's the favourite of lamar jackson so i'm actually i went out and i offered lots of different players from archies brown not everybody not many people budging but i still would be targeting my leagues what do you guys think about hollywood one hundred percent i agree with this like this is the this is your perfect opportunity to buy low and i think it might be your last one too and it's not really early that is buying low but you may be able to convince the person who has hollywood brown to to trade them away because he only had two receptions for forty nine yards but he had nine nine targets lamar jackson's accuracy it will be suspect from time to time use you saw that this past week with lamar than that that game against miami that's not hula march.
"samuel russell" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Podcasts. So he's died right problem. Well, has died and his son inherits the position of Lord protector for very very brief amount of time. Very brief. Yes. Year later. His son is overthrown by the army. The monarchy is restored. So chocolate up for the royalist. And Charles the second becomes the new king. What does he do after he becomes king is like a bygones be bygones situation that would have been above are real letdown. If that was the case, we want some blood, and we came here for blood, and boy will there ever be some blood. No, he declared everyone involved with overthrowing an executing the previous king enemies of the state, whatever you wanna call it and called for their immediate rounding up and execution, especially those fifty nine people who signed the death warrant. Yeah. Because I mean, you know, their names are on a piece of paper. They entities are out there. So it wasn't too too hard to get around in the month. This makes me think of so off air before we started this episode. We were talking about a strange moment in a lot of peoples financial history checks. We we used to do that to put our names on pieces of paper still so bizarre to think about like, you don't even have checks on our checks. I have emergency checks hidden away in my lair. And Casey you have subjects on the off chance. You might ever need one. Right. That is correct. Yes. As Casey on the case right there. Yeah. Casey other checks. I, you know, I we get some vanity vanity check. I I had superman ones. Yeah. I had. I had a couple of space ones. I believe as very indisp- ace and speaking of fantastic segues back to the point. Yes. Controls the second. Once once a specially to find in punt these fifty nine people who've signed the death warrant for Charles the first he catches many several or hained some are put in jail for life. Let's backtrack a slightly. He did just call for their trial. But I would imagine that something along the lines of a kangaroo court situation where I wasn't gonna you know, walk away Scot free. Right, right. And the thing is that as as we mentioned not all fifty nine people on that list were still alive when Charles to came into power. So he had this weird pickle in. Oh, do we prop? Prosecute the dead. Do let bygones be bygones. No, he says, no, we do not. And so he orders the bodies of several of the people of these death warrants to be exhumed. So on the twelfth anniversary of the death of king. Charles the first our buddy, Oliver Cromwell master protector. Whatever you call it master and commander, Lord, protect whatever was dug up exhumed for the purposes of, you know, make an show out of kind of reacting him. It reminds me of that. There was a pope story we day where they dug up a pope propped him up with his bones and the papal robes. Exactly, exactly. The cadavers see nod right after the death of John the eighth four Moses. That's right. So yes, Charles, the second has a lot of these people dug up and their bodies are exumed and for the. Less agrees offenders, they're just buried in communal burial pits. So they lose the honor of being buried on their lonesome, right? But all of Cromwell along with three other people get awarded death sentences, despite the fact that all recruit, well, John Bradshaw. Henry I written and Robert Blake are all dead the dead men given death sentences. So as you said, no thing they chain the guy up they hang them and chains at Tiber and in the afternoon, they hang him there for like a day and then as the afternoon wines on they take him down a cut off his head. And they put it on a spike of good head on a spike. It's it's such a statement piece. You know? Yeah. It's real it's real power move. Yes. Very much. So so they put this head on twenty foot tall wooden. Spike question. The difference between a spike in pike. It is a good question. A spy. Aiken pike, Stu little quick internet. Search here pike is to attack prod or injure someone with a pike while spike is to fix on us by occas pike and Spyker both verbs as well. So I'm thinking pike would be part of some sort of turret like offense or something like that. And a spike is more like a a whole a stick in the ground. I don't know. Yeah. A pike. Could also be a poll like a long pole that you use in infantry. Right. And then their turnpike's and turnpike comes from my car knowledge is coming here. Turnpike comes from the days of private roads. When a log would be physically placed across the road, and you had to pay someone to turn the pike or the long pole. Interesting. And I think spike is maybe just a little more of a generic term. And also as between tens Google rabbit hole. Which may or may not be interesting to you. A spike was also an old English term for an ear of corn. Oh, and. Corn beef is just salted beef. 'cause they would describe the units of salt used as corns. I thought it was pepper corns corned beef. Appreciate saw. Of course, you could put pepper on it if you want well, Ben through the magic of editing and time travel odd casting you have once again, proven me wrong. I'm not trying to go out to out to you just do it continuously because you're better than me. No, no, no, no one's bay. We are both. We're both on the quest for the truth. And no one is perfect. But you know, one cute statement in favor of our character. Our collective character is that we've never Doug someone up knocked off their head and hung it on a spike or pike. How long did they leave it up there? No way longer than seems humane than any of this particular humane in the first place, but this one stuck around as a tourist trap for decades. Yeah. Yeah. And people would pass the head around. This thing was around for twenty five years on that on that spike eventually taken down in for the next two hundred years, many different people take possession of this head when I first read got passed around. I picture people passing around the circle hotair who's much was a much larger scale version of potato like that. Or it kind of changed hands a lot. I believe for a time. It was in the possession of a failed actor who is also a kind of the town drunk and was rumored to have been a relative of Cromwell himself. This man's name was Samuel Russell comes with tastic AV club article about the subject that you can look up and Russell was not a particularly good steward of this artifact. Let's call. Yeah. Right. You can see the blue by blowers. We say pass by passive this in article on Alice obscure, the morbid journey of Cromwell's traveling head as as you were saying Noel. The guy who possessed the head Samuel Russell not the best guy. He was poor considerably in debt. He had a serious drinking problem. He would literally pass the head around at parties. Sam bring out the head, and he refused to part with the head people would offer money for it. But instead of that, you would just borrow money from people and multiple folks for one reason another said, we've got to get this head away from this drunk guy. So they continued offering him money of venture -ly a prominent Goldsmith and clockmaker named James Cox enters the story now, he's a smart fellow because he was playing the long game because he kept trying to buy the head off of him off of Russell knowing that even though he was turned down an exchange for loans. He was eventually gonna come to the point where Russell could not pay him back the loans, and then he would have the upper hand say, hey, I was all your debt, you poor unfortunate bastard, if you just give me the head, and that's exactly what happened. Yeah. Give me the head. He's able to flip it for like three times what he'd invests. It was. Twice. I think it was a nice profit. Yeah. Yeah. He sold. Cox that is sold the head seventeen ninety nine for two hundred thirty British pounds to three brothers with the last name of Hughes. They wanted to start their own public displays. So they got the head as part of other crawl while related items. They may have bunch of posters for the event. But then they found themselves in a bit of a pickle because they wondered whether the head was actually the head of Cromwell, and when they wrote to Cox task for chain of custody. You know, what I mean, Cox was kind of evasive. And so they thought is this guy selling us a counterfeit head. I mean, we've all been there right case Casey was just telling me about something like the other day. Yeah. I'm I'm not liberty to discuss that matter. It's an ongoing situation investigation. Recuse yourself. Yeah. You've been in by your legal team. Kind of this is not been Casey on the kick. So this this is this is a fish oil the cases, pending. 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"samuel russell" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Andrew park show. I'm the head of the Andrew park law firm. Thanks for listening. So right now, we have Mr. Joshua Rodriguez. Giving us really good answer. So why not continue? Are you ready? Josh. Okay. So I mean, I always see you go in and out of the office. You're constantly busy meeting new clients doing arbitrations. You know, you're busy busy, man. And so I want to ask you what kind of interesting case. Did you see this week? Okay. So more recently this week, I met with a new client that he was writing bicycle I believe it was in queens, and he was going to right? They no issues in the right lane and getting ready to make a left turn on his bicycle opening the traffic lights, everything like that. He's goes to make the turn and this car, I guess beats up to try to cut passed him going on the straightaway instead of left and pinning him sending into this tree. He actually flew from his he actually flew from his bike. He said several history. He didn't know what was totally disoriented. And he was in the street for some time. If he said like maybe a couple of minutes, he had no idea what happened. But he noticed that the car who had hit him was there. Like was aware of him gone up for a second look at him. And then drove drove right past them. Really really terrible person. No. I don't know what people think is happening on paying attention and driving thinking can hit bicyclists and then just drive off while. So what happens in a case like that? When if a bicycle knockdowns would how is it bicycle knockdown case, it was it was essentially almost a hit and run because this person drove off among the bicycle intro Volve, but thankfully between him and a nearby pedestrian who had seen the plate. He was able to get the license play. And all he really came was was saying I got into an accident here. And then this is the license plate. But the person drove off there is something that's called a plate search where you can search it in the database online, and you can find insurance registered to certain license plates who registered to the owner. And sure enough we were able to find the person who was driving the vehicle good. And so we were able to you're going to they're going to get someone's incomplete. Dave they will. And how is that person? Doing right now is he so he that person as soon as they he spoke to was he like is he going to treatment is a how he started going to treatment. So he was hospitalized from the accident. He went in ambulance. They made sure that he was okay. He felt a lot of panel all over his bodies. There were cuts over him when I saw him. It was fairly recent. It was from about maybe three or four days ago. And he is going to treatment. Now he immediately started going to physical therapy acupuncture, chiropractic, all the treatments necessary for his injuries. And he is in a better place. Now now that he knows that he wasn't just hit while he was riding his bicycle and then drove off with no resolution whatsoever. At least he knows now he's getting the treatment that he can beginning. And that person who drove off. Oh that was his main concern. His issue is fear with retaining a lawyer is am I going to have to face that person face to face again, am I going to see them in? He wasn't sure if he was going to be upset seeing them. How could you try awful you? What were you thinking don't you care for life? But I let him know that. No, there's a lot of times where I it's not really likely were those parties will have to see each other. We'll probably see her taking us worn statement or something like that. But his concern was seeing that person again and told him. No, you really there might not be a point where you would have to do that. So don't worry about that. You'll be able to treat you'll be able to get compensated for your bodily injury. And it's something that you we can go forward, and you don't have to be concerned with. So it's like in these cases when they just get into an accident. I also feel like it's really important that the clients kind of let us do the job. Right. We'll do all the paperwork everything just focus on getting better physically. Right. Right. And which is great that he's doing that right now. Right. The most important thing I'd like to tell our clients is right now, let us do all the things that you have no idea what was going to go into it. Your main concern right now is to treat to treat you need to get better. We need to figure out what hairs and abrasions and herniation going on in your body and just to get you the best possible. And then based on how injured you are. We'll do the rest we'll get you compensated for all those things. And what about like if if that person didn't run away? And or let's say, you know, he he calls the police. So obviously, they wouldn't have to make a police report. And that would have been like a completely different thing or no necessarily. A different thing. But it would have been a police report that's been documented and the police would have come to the scene. It would have been easier. But in a sense that although that person drove off we have what's called an MB one four, which is a form that we fill out and send in lieu of a police report being done, which would be authenticated document that would be kind of stating the accident using that is how we can kind of get around the hit and run situation. We put their information on this form his information. Stay would happen the location, and then that becomes the police report that didn't exist for the police not coming for the hit and run. That's a that's a I mean, I feel really bad for this client. But I'm glad that he was able to find us. You know, you should ask question and answer Spanish Spanish, what should I ask you going? Say say more we in may way is to make some migos. They would see eight. As komo's festival Muslim faith Llamas. Little cussing. None of us yet. On this. Single day. Keen Sanyo more symbol better insisting ammonia which at the emperor thing on which Samuel Russell Landers. Ikea in pardon me to I think keep your. I came out with great. I. We'll do everything is Spanish. We'll be silent on the face. Oh, la. And. But when I have a whole show Spanish, of course, some of those listening to my call at W are saying what has happened. Park. No, we're did it change this Madison. Did it did it get out? Little shocking, but I just wanted to show the flavor that it we are multi lingual society and law firm everybody is not even bilingual sometime trilingual. And so the language ability to connect with that client is very important. And so it is I primarily which I'm sorry. However in what if you need to speak Spanish Chinese Korean or any other kind of language, we can communicate. So that we can get the message to you. So that because communication is key. So that's why I I didn't know you guys can do a whole show. We can we could in Spanish, I don't know how inspiring would be listening to my turnoff Spangler. So. Just fine. Yeah. So once again, you're listening to Andrew park show. We are doing this in English today. But once in a while, we can ask some Spanish is is all about car accidents today, Josh in his shared about his experience, you know, a real cases and how what he sees in real life. And that's why thing in what he says for me is very relevant, and I take that, you know, very important way. And so hopefully today we learned about in the pit benefit New York fifty thousand New Jersey it changes so much right? And we also learn about funding company a lot of funding company gonna get a lot of Google search to wait a minute. I can get money before case finish interesting. Right. Wait a minute. I threw away for the end of the case. No. But once again, I said before be aware of the interest rate, they are fees involved and no one likes to pay loan back. But they and also another thing is they make me sign. Does it probably a reason why they make me sign right? So. Because I to definitely pay back the case, right? So accidents happen. I'm sorry does. But you know, what? If you come to the right professional, again do park law firm, we promise you that. We do our best give you are hundred ten percent. And that would try to take care of your knee and your issue and walks through together and get you to a bet. Best possible settlement you need. So you're listening to Andrew park show. I hope everybody is enjoying right? And hopefully, we back next week, hopefully Spanish. We'll be back in English. Okay. But but I think maybe once in a while we can do. A little Spanish a little back and forth. Right. So that's excellent. Where in the region speaks Spanish Portuguese, Korean English. She's like miss. Languish this linguist. So so that's the that's the power of Anju park show. So once again, if you wanna listen to me again, I be here every Saturday from what time from seven to eight right? And what's my toll free number Joshua five park nine one one. Eight five five a park, which is also seven two seven five nine one one. Right. Some people they got a little confused because some listen actually called I'm like hi this Andrew park. Oh, I just wanna make sure this number. Was very cute. But for me, I said thank you for calling said, I enjoy what you say. And I'm going to put your number in my cell emergency. Then you know, what I'm not making this up. That's where I feel like they don't know me. I got some kind of connection that you know, what you don't put anybody's number in your cell. Okay. So that means he wanted to remember me. Okay. That was very flattering. So Josh and Regina. I think we're doing a good job keep up to go work.
"samuel russell" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"And Wisconsin territory or modern day, Minnesota when he met Harriet Robinson dread in Harriet Mary around eighteen thirty six or thirty seven and they eventually had two daughters, Elisa and Lizzy when Emerson and his wife Irene moved a few different places. Dread. Inherit were hired out to other people. And after Emerson's death, Trenton Harriet were hired out to Samuel Russell. The owner of a wholesale grocery. There was a precedent, for instance, people's doing for their freedom in Missouri based on the affirmation statute. But it wasn't until eighteen forty six when Dredd in Harriet Scott decided to follow the path other enslaved people head and filed suit against Irene Emerson in the Saint Louis, circuit court dread might have waited until this time to file a petition because he was unhappy with his family being hired out because Irene was planning on selling his family or because he had offered to buy his family's freedom and was turned down. But was well documented is that dread. In Harriet filed a petition to sue for their freedom based on their residents and free territory on April fit with the support of their Minister, John Anderson and the blow family which had become involved in Appalachian, even though they still own slaves. John M Crump accepted their petition and Irene pleaded not guilty to charges unlawful imprisonment in salt and battery. On June thirtieth eighteen forty seven more than a year after the Scots out their petitions Irene Emerson won the case, which was dismissed on a technicality of dread being unable to prove. Irene owned him. The judge Alexander Hamilton granted dread new trial and in the second trial on January twelfth eighteen fifty the jury ruled that the Scots and their daughters were free. Of course that didn't sit well with Irene Emerson who in eighteen forty eight have put the Scots in the share of custody. She appealed the case to the Missouri state supreme court, which reversed the lower court's decision in eighteen fifty two dread. Then Irene's brother, John F, A, Sanford and lost the suit. Once again, the issue of slavery was already controversial one at the time, but Scott subsequent appeal to the US print court pretty much set off a time bomb in. The supreme court case dread. Scott versus Stanford which began on February eleventh eighteen fifty six the court ruled that free African Americans are not citizens, and therefore cannot fhu in federal court. It also found that enslaved people had no rights, and as Scott was a slave had no right to suits in federal court. In addition to these major decisions, the court said that the Missouri compromise was unconstitutional, and congress could not stop slavery from spreading into western. Territories. The Scots were eventually sold to the blow family and freed, but many of the debates leading up to the civil war regarding the maintenance and spread of slavery centered around the jets got decision. I'm Jeff coat in. Hopefully,.
"samuel russell" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"I love blue apron. They have revolutionized how we eat and how we cook at my house as well as dropping way down how much food we waste. So blue apron, it's a better way to cook. In early nineteenth century Missouri enslaved people were property, but they were also in a very limited sense persons with rights. There were laws on the books that at least in theory, protected slave people from cruelty or murder, and an enslaved person who was accused of a felony was entitled to a jury trial. Obviously, whether these laws were enforced totally different subject and whether that trial would have been fair, definitely in question, but those laws did exist and a person who was wrongfully enslaved also had the right to sue for freedom in court. Thanks to a law that had been passed in eighteen twenty four between eighteen twenty four and about eighteen forty. These sorts of lawsuits became fairly common, and it was also fairly common for them to be successful. Missouri law incorporated. The idea of once free always free if an enslaved person went or was taken to free territory or otherwise became free. They stayed free. They did not become enslaved. Again, if they traveled into a slave state, this precedent was what had allowed the woman named Rebecca who had been enslaved at forts, nailing to sue for her freedom and dread. Scott along with his family had lived in free territory. He had been there for twelve years. The seem like an open shut case. But by the early eighteen forties, the subject of slavery had become far more contentious nationwide. Missouri had become a lot more hostile to black people in general and more fearful of the impact that a free black population might have on a slave society in eighteen forty, Missouri passed a law, banning free black people from entering the state and all black people already in the state had to get a license to be there. So by the time dread and Harriet, Scott, each filed a petition in the circuit corner St Louis to try to gain their freedom from Irene Emerson. The tide had really turned again. Against them in a lot of ways. Successful suits for freedom were not nearly as common and more and more laws were putting black residents both free and enslaved at a disadvantage. They filed their petitions on April. Sixth eighteen forty six. And by that point, the Scots position was no longer tenable dread. Scott was fifty, which was considered elderly for an enslaved person. The average life expectancy for enslaved men was not even thirty five. He also had two berkey losses, and he really couldn't work any longer his age and his health made him a liability, especially since Harriet. Elisa and Lizzy were considered to be very valuable enslaved property. Also when Dr Emerson had been alive, he seems to have treated both dread and Harriet with some degree of autonomy and respect. But his widow had been born in Virginia. She had been raised in the south. Her family was generally very pro slavery. So. Marine had grown up in that entrenched social system that we mentioned earlier, which had strict rules about how white people interacted with slaves. She clearly did not have the same approach to the Scots that her late husband had between eighteen forty three and eighteen forty six, Irene Emerson hired the Scots labor out to a variety of other people in and around St Louis. And it was clear that her income was a lot more important than their treatment. There's another factor that probably encouraged the Scots to petition for freedom. Elisa, Scott was about eight an age at which it was typical for enslaved girls to be sold away from their families. Her parents were probably motivated by the fear that if they did not sue for their freedom, now they could be permanently separated from her simultaneously. Petitioning for freedom was a huge risk even though at least before eighteen forty, a lot of the suits had been successful. That was a long and difficult process, and there was no guarantee that it would go their way and slaved people were also. So rarely released on their own reconnaissance. During these trials, they typically wound up either imprisoned during the proceedings or sent back to the owners that they were trying to secure their freedom from. Even though the law theoretically protected people from retaliation when they filed suit, retaliation was still really common. So first dread Scott offered to purchase himself and his family, Irene Emerson refused, Harriet and dread turned to the blow family and to their church congregation for help. Neither of them could read or write. So this help involved everything from finding legal representation to documenting their case to paying for all of it. John M chrome of the Saint Louis circuit court. Granted, the Scots petitioned to try to seek their freedom. The Scots daughters weren't included in the petition since if their mother was free than they also were free under the terms of that eighteen twenty four law quote, the declaration shall be in the. Common form of a declaration for false imprisonment and shall contain in Vermont that the plaintiff before and at the end time of committing of the grievances was and still is a free person and that the defendant held and still holds him in slavery. In other words, the petitioner had to prove they were free, but that someone was imprisoning them falsely. And to that end, Irene Emerson was indicted on charges of assault and battery and unlawful imprisonment. She entered a not guilty plea because of a series of fires and epidemics that Scott's actual trial didn't take place for more than a year at the trial. The Scots attorney f. b. Murdoch called witnesses to establish that the Scots had lived for years in free territory and that now in Missouri, Irene Emerson was enslaving them and hiring out their labor. A man named Samuel Russell testified that he had hired dread Scott's labor from Emerson. But during cross examination, Russ. Testified that he had not personally made those arrangements. His wife had done it and he wasn't actually there to witness it. When she did his testimony that he had hired the Scots labor from Emerson was dismissed as hearsay. This was a total shock to everyone including the Scots attorney, Russell's testimony under cross examination did not match up at all with what he'd said in an earlier deposition and what they thought he would say on the stand, the jury issued its verdict on June. Thirtieth eighteen forty seven quote. The said, defendant is not guilty in manner and form as the plaintiff half in his declaration complained against her and other words, Irene Emerson was not enslaving the Scots and this was really something of a technicality. If Emerson wasn't enslaving the Scots than they had no cause to petition for their freedom. The Scots got a new attorney Samuel MBA on July twenty. Fourth eighteen forty-seven bay filed a deposition than. Outlined all the discrepancies. In the earlier case, he submitted new testimony. That proved that Emerson was in slaving the Scots and he requested a new trial that request for a new trial was granted by a judge named Alexander Hamilton. When Irene Emerson tried to appeal Hamilton's decision to the Missouri supreme court, she was denied a whole second suit against Emerson was also drawn up during this time period, but it was dropped because it contained the same charges as the case that was being set up for a new trial. At this point, Irene Emerson took the step of having the Scott family put in the sheriff's custody. The Scott family remained in the custody of the Saint Louis county sheriff from March seventeenth. Eighteen forty eight until March eighteenth eighteen fifty seven. That is nine years. This didn't mean they were imprisoned, though it meant that the sheriff was the one hiring them out and collecting their pay. The Scots case was retried on January twelve. Eighteen fifty in the St Louis circuit court. This time the verdict was that dread and Harriet, Scott were free on since Harry. It was free. Their daughters were as will Scott had by the jury's ruling been free since eighteen thirty three. When Dr Emmerson I took him to the Free State of Illinois. This could have been the end of it. There would have been no dread Scott versus Sanford. 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"samuel russell" Discussed on GONE
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Slash unexplained to listen now. Now, let's get back to the story. Let's dive into the theory that all of our Cromwell's head took a bizarre three hundred year journey before being reburied in sixteen sixty. One Oliver Cromwell had been dug up and his remains showcase to the world as a warning, his body tossed into a mass grave and his head placed on a pike is gruesome tale to say the least for twenty five years. Oliver Cromwell's heads stood grotesque indicate atop a pike on Westminster Abbey. During that time, the head was only removed once for roof maintenance before immediately being placed back in its spot. It was at Charles the seconds behest that the head remain unmoved, a symbol for Cromwell, Ian, and Republic sympathizers that the crown was back in charge. What follows is a story put together from various accounts of one man's heads, three hundred year journey, but was the head. Found three hundred years later really Cromwell's or perhaps was it someone else's either way it all began with the storm. Sometime between sixteen eighty five and sixteen eighty nine, a terrible storm hit Westminster as rain and thunder. Pelted the warned building Cromwell's pike started to give the tip of the pike with Cromwell's heads snapped off and tumbled away. Following the realization that Cromwell's head was missing from its perch, a massive hunt and sued posters and pamphlets were issued with the promise of reward yet nothing ever turned up Cromwell's head was lost or was it. Well, it's unclear exactly what happened. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the head was in fact found specifically by a guard at Westminster, though his name is lost time. It is said that this unnamed guard took the head back to his home. Remember his head was embalmed so the flesh would have been more mummified than decayed. Not that that makes the guard taking the head any list disturbing. Rumor had it. The guard who found Cromwell's head was a secret Republic sympathizer and Cromwell fan. The guard feared the head would fall back into the hands of the crown and put back on display. So he hit the head in his chimney where it remained until the year. Seventeen ten. That's Macab. Why not take the head to Cromwell's descendants or even his daughter with her secret tomb? Excellent questions. Keep in mind. This is more anecdotal than proven could be. He didn't know about the secret tomb. Or was just a frayed he'd get in trouble for having it. We can't even be sure that this was Cromwell's head that fell off Westminster Abbey. It could have belonged to either of the two men who were beheaded and piked with Cromwell are ten and Bradshaw though there's no evidence to account for that at the time heads were still being piked, but none had recently been added or removed from Westminster Abbey. So while we can't say for sure, this head is Cromwell's. We do know where the head went next by the turn of the eighteenth century, the old guard was dying. He brought his daughter to his deathbed and confessed that he had Oliver Cromwell's head hidden in a knock in their chimney. He passed the head onto her before finally passing away instead of keeping it. She sold it to a man named Claudius dip. We do que- was a Swiss French collector of rare curiosities and owned a private museum in London. It was internet. Nationally, renowned and popular tourism spot. Do que- displayed the heads starting in his house of oddities around seventeen ten, many famous travelers including Zacharias Conrad von Offenbach known for his world travels in journals, described the head to police museum. When he spoke to about the head deplete claimed he could sell Cromwell's head for sixty Guineas or the equivalent to five thousand pounds today. This astounded Offenbach who couldn't fathom why anyone would want a severed head yet deplete never sold the head and kept it with him until his death in seventeen thirty eight afterwards the head once again changed hands. This time the head fell into the hands of failed comic actor Samuel Russell. He purchased ahead from the latest date of depre- sometime in the seventeen forties Russell claimed to be a descendant citing how the Cromwell's had intermarriage. With the Russell family. Few generations ago for him. Cromwell's head was a family relic despite the bold claim, Russell treated the head more like a prop than sacred. Heirloom Russell would take the head to parties and pass it around over time. The head was damaged further receiving additional fractures and cracks and losing teeth some way to treat your ancestor. I still can't believe he did that with a real human skull. While Russell was using Cromwell as a tool for Buchan Nalia a man named James Cox about the skull and sought to purchase it. Russell refused to part with the skull Cox, persisted as time went on Russell fell, deepened debt. Eventually, he tried to pawn the skull off to Sidney Sussex Cromwell's old alma mater. The school refused not believing the heads off anticipate with nowhere else to turn wrestle finally sold the head to James Cox. Cox was a renowned Goldsmith toy man and clockwork of the time he to owned a museum, but it had closed down by the time he got hold of the skull, many historians who followed Cromwell's head like Jonathan Fitzgibbons who wrote the book Cromwell's head, believe Cox, simply wanted the head to sell it off at a higher price and Cox did salad. So who got the head next you ask? Well, a. Trio of brothers known only as
"samuel russell" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Or was just a frayed he'd get in trouble for having it we can't even be sure that this was cromwell's head that fell off westminster abbey it could have belonged to either of the two men who were beheaded and piked with cromwell are ten and bradshaw though there's no evidence to account for that at the time heads are still being piked but none had recently been added or removed from westminster abbey so while we can't say for sure this head is cromwell's we do know where the head went next by the turn of the eighteenth century the old guard was dying he brought his daughter to his deathbed and confessed that he had oliver cromwell's head hidden in look in their chimney he passed the head onto her before finally passing away instead of keeping it she sold it to a man named claudius dip we do que was a swiss french collector of rare curiosities and owned a private museum in london it was internet nationally renowned popular tourism spot do que displayed the heads starting in his house of oddities around seventeen ten many famous travelers including zachariah konrad von offenbach known for his world travels in journals described the head to please museum when he spoke to me about the head do que claimed he could sell cromwell's head for sixty guineas or the equivalent to five thousand pounds today this astounded offenbach who couldn't fathom why anyone would want to severed head yet deplete never sold the head and kept it with him until his death in seventeen thirty eight afterwards the head once again changed hands this time the head fell into the hands of a failed comic actor samuel russell he purchased ahead from the latest date of depre sometime in the seventeen forties russell claimed to be a descendant citing how the cromwell's had intermarried.
"samuel russell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Fact that he could play again to others like the rest of this tell you what they're carlos grosso withdrawal barker of ghana's cocoa so as exciting to try panthers meantime dealing away wide receiver kelvin benjamin which could ultimately help the carolina offense had there's nfl nation reporter david newton explains there's been looking for a way to give launches more opportunities more time on the field there's a lot more opportunities again you'll move over how replace x receiver and that's gonna open up things for him but it's also going to open up things were curtis samuel russell shepherd and some of the other players that i mentioned they hope that is going to open up the rest of the field because they can get people christian mccaffrey underneath for those bob morales for for the screenplays delight with that and with gregg olsen back in about four weeks is really gonna help on they've already got plenty of vigorous savers but they believe they have devin fundraisers writing about a time where he can step up and take control of things already has 33 cancer this year as ten more of it he had all of last season 3 in five raiders getting the foreign three dolphins old glen in a whole having earned dates so says head coach jack del rio this will you know under this point when more clearly we're looking for what's going on no doubt about that matt can sit has no plans to drive in 2018 but stopped short of saying he is retiring from the nhl alex ovechkin scored his eleven th in the cats threetwo win over the bruins nikita coocher often steven stamp goes both scored and tampa's 54 win over columbus it was scooter of leaguebest 14th goal in kevin shatin kirk scored a pair including dot game winner as the rangers beat.
"samuel russell" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Me and said calvin benjamin betrayed it back at ridiculous went to my twitter feed emotional he's in buffalo so i was not expecting a trade i don't think the panthers were expecting a trade from the sounds of a brandon being called here requesting enquiring about kelvin measure alvik the panthers in any other way were shopping him around so i did not see that coming that the panthers betrayed their number one receiver right before the deadline there are factors though where you can argue it either way a and if you look at the big picture that the amount of money he was making that at the end of the season they were gonna expand him pay him that aid and a half million dollars for one season makes sense to get at least a third and a seventh which a third of the pretty good pick so if that part make sense but now you are obviously thin in terms of veteran wide receiver helps you gotta stay healthy there and and expect the people that are for in the space up four curtis samuel russell shepherd obviously more she said that they'll step into those rules and and play wilder yeah i think it shows how much faith they have an and devon funshows going forward scott fowler's an article in the observer today reads like this is as it sounds absurd but panthers trading kelvin benjamin makes sense and so scott will join us coming up at eight thirty five get his take on this will hear from kyle bailey during the show today and hopefully we'll hear from marty herni but uh not the headline you were expecting today as the panthers are five in three heading into a big game at bank of america stadium with the atlanta falcons book as john fox used to say it is what it is and we'll all see what what happens from here five twenty w eta traffic and weather together brought to you by bojang goes famous chicken.
"samuel russell" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"To you by arthur carolinas' urging care centres what time is up the essence not always sounds odd to me because if you got something that the femur jagged bone through sticking into your five i would say time is of the essence but anyway do what we all do around here call ortho carolina senator tax whatever ortho carolina you improve so could it be accurately said fellas that a huge key do the carolina panthers season this year will be in the space in between cam newton's left ear in cam newton's right ear to the degree that if he can recalibrate what he thinks a good football players he doesn't need to be superman on every play he can kind of recalibrate and be happy with a zero yard completion that the back then runs for three or four yards the chains move the defense gets demoralized had he read tea leaves on that well i think you know the the panthers coach rivera's been forecasting this is about the day the season ended at term evolution of the offense and evolving the offense and this is what he's been alluding to is it not that camps not going to run but to less than that and that's still a fact there is still going to be there but now he's got so many other options on safe third in four eugene where he doesn't have to think i gotta do a quarterback draw and run i can throw to mccaffrey samuel russell he's be added that equation we want the image of him and like a weapon of special teams so a players are dead there's so many other guys at as you said by making a short pass kind of like what most him to in this way now the short passes let those little underneath guys pick up their yardage in save the wear and tear on you quarterback and in is you're right i think he starts with a quarterback and how will came new in place duly determines how will your office plays and then how the defense plays an is going to be really becoming upon him to make sure you can almost redo kate what you do when you brought the team to super bowl because you were messed for at the lines grimace calling the articles to make sure you line gotta lined up make sure you identify with a spouse.