(17 letters, 2 words)”Sturbridge Village” = 191 (English Ordinal)
(13 letters, 3 words)”The Upside Down” = 163 (English Ordinal)
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“The game of Mansion of Happiness was initially released in England in 1800. George Fox (of England) invented and designed the game in honor of the Duchess of York. These original boards consisted of ‘gold printing’ and were quite expensive to make. They were enjoyed and played by families of nobility or of considerable wealth.”
The Tree Flag (or the Appeal to Heaven Flag) was one of the flags which was used during the American Revolution. The flag, which featured a pine tree with the motto “An Appeal to Heaven,” or less frequently “An Appeal to God”, was originally used by a squadron of six cruisers which were commissioned under George Washington’s authority as commander in chief of the Continental Army in October 1775. It was also used by Massachusetts state navy vessels in addition to privateers sailing from Massachusetts.
The design of the flag came from General Washington’s secretary, Colonel Joseph Reed. In a letter dated October 20, 1775, Reed suggested a “flag with a white ground and a tree in the middle, the motto AN APPEAL TO HEAVEN” be used for the ships Washington commissioned.
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“Alright, Ok, McFly, Get a grip on yourself! It’s all a dream. It’s just a very intense dream.”