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Mike M-G has offered this great challenge.
Here is the background to the quote below:
In April of 1861, after Fort Sumter had been shelled and the Union commander Major Robert Anderson had hoisted his flag of truce, Confederate general Pierre G. T. Beauregard responded with a telegram bearing all the hallmarks of affability. Scholars have since discovered, however, that Beauregard's telegram was an anagram of his true meaning, which turned out to be less affable than at first appeared. Your Challenge is to discover that true meaning by anagramming the text of his telegram:
"I see your condition through my telescope. We have intercepted your supplies. Give in like a good fellow, and bring your garrison to dinner, and beds afterwards. Nobody injured, I hope?"
An anagram from the Archives
A Winning Anagram by Scott Gardner (People's Names, June 2004) Pierce Brosnan of County Meath, Ireland = I prefer actual Bond (Sean Connery) to him.