Ekki eru Victoriu-žęttirnir żkja įreišanlegir sem sagnfręši

Žaš sést strax žegar Wikipediu-grein um Drummond lįvarš er skošuš. Daušdagi hans var allt öšruvķsi ķ reynd, hann var į leiš ķ Downingstręti 10 og skotinn ķ bakiš, en lézt ekki fyrr en 5 dögum seinna. Hann hlķfši ekki Sir Robert Peel viš skotinu, enda var Peel ekki žar!

Svo var hann ekki einu sinni samkynhneigšur, žótt sjónvarpsžęttirnir geri hann slķkan! (og falsi jafnvel Biblķuna ķ leišinni!). Žetta er śr Wikipediugreininni um hann:

On the afternoon of 20 January Drummond was walking along Whitehall on his way back to Downing Street from visiting his brother at the bank in Charing Cross when Daniel McNaughton, a Scottish woodturner, approached him from behind, drew a pistol and fired at point-blank range into his back. McNaughton was overpowered by a police constable before he could fire a second pistol. It is generally thought, although the evidence is not conclusive, that McNaughton was under the impression that he had shot Prime Minister Robert Peel.[1] At first it was thought that Drummond“s wound was not serious. He managed to walk back to his house, the bullet was removed and the first newspaper reports were optimistic: "The ball has been extracted. No vital part is injured, and [surgeons] Mr Guthrie and Mr Bransby Cooper have every reason to believe that Mr. Drummond is doing very well."[2] But complications set in and Drummond died five days later. [...]  Drummond features as a character in season 2 of the ITV television series Victoria. He is portrayed as being significantly younger than he was in the 1840s, and the year and circumstances of his assassination are significantly altered. He is also shown as having a relationship with Lord Alfred Paget, which is generally regarded as being improbable.[4] In the episode, Drummond is killed instantly when he throws himself in front of an assassin“s bullet to protect Peel immediately after the vote to repeal the Corn Laws. In the episode, Miss Coke references the Bible verse that says David loved Jonathan more than a woman; the original Bible verse reads: "...your love to me was extraordinary, surpassing the love of women" (2 Samuel 1:26).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Drummond

Žetta er allt nógu slęmt, en furšulegt er lķka, hvernig Sjónvarpiš hefur ķ žessum og fleiri žįttum sżnt vangetu sķna til aš hafa réttar žżšingar į reišum höndum. Royal Highness er ekki "konungleg hįtign", heldur konungleg tign. Hįtignin, majestetiš, er ašeins konungurinn sjįlfur eša rķkjandi drottning.


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