Express the following more simply.
1. Circumstances with which I need not fatigue you, have made it desirable that I should live in England. 2. ... an inspiration showed me a certain means of escape. 3. ... I stripped my effigy of the caped coat you behold me wearing, donned it ... 4. The manager's description of me, which I had the embarrassment of being compelled to overhear, was biased but not altogether inaccurate. 5. From motives of personal safety my activities have been somewhat curtailed of late years, and I am glad of this opportunity of gratifying my somewhat unusual whim.
1. Circumstances with which I won't worry you, demanded that I should live in England. 2 An idea showed me how to escape.