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The local agents of the Admiralty were at Haydon Bridge on the occasion of one of the regular rent days appointed, and a large portion of the tenants were duly in attendance. Whilst the receiver was proceeding with the business in hand, a strange diversion was created by the entrance of the "Countess", accompanied by her henchman, and accoutred after a somewhat novel fashion of warlike equipment.

Having duly announced her name, she warned the tenants present that the gentleman then receiving their rents was not authorised by her to do so, and called upon them to pay their respective amounts to herself.

The tenants, of course, preferred to make their payments to the receiver, and, as the lady unceremoniously interrupted the proceedings, it was deemed advisable to induce her, if possible by argument, or, failing that, by severe measures, to quit the room. The quieter method having proved unavailing, and a threatened resort to qualified force having roused a slumbering lion, a somewhat lively scene ensued.

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Eventually the room was cleared, but not until a blow had been struck, for being armed with an antiquated sword, her ladyship drew the weapon, and a short struggle ensued, resulting in the snapping of the blade of the weapon. The immediate object of this first movement had failed, but great advantage was derived from the prominent place the extraordinary proceedings gained for her in the public interest. Given that the title had been attainted after the uprising the use of any title was inappropriate regardless of the truth of Amelia's claims.

A plaque was attached to the previously unmarked grave of Amelia in in Blackhill Cemetery, near Consett , County Durham. Members of the Northumbrian Jacobite Society added a plaque to a small stone cross, which had been previously erected by society members George and Lorraine Hunter.

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I'm sure you'll agree once you've seen for yourself. Great going. Are the three bosses in the Court all different, or are they more like the normal bosses, which get harder at a higher level but don't change much mechanically? I beat the Baron yesterday, and the Viscount is on the horizon They are all entirely different from each other, with completely different skills and gimmicks.

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I'd definitely say they're all among the best designed bosses of the game, some of the most challenging too. Especially the Countess, she feels like the true final boss of Darkest Dungeon to me, difficulty-wise.

I killed most of the other bosses in the game in order to get their trophy trinkets. Left out the Cove Bosses though since I didn't deem their trinkets useful for the Courtyard. The two most important ones were Defender and Retribution.

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