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Re: [WarOf1812] Re: Guy Fawkes

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  • chapleau@yifan.net
    Wasn t the Fawkes incident in 1605 ? Before the found of any permanent european settlement in America north of Spanish Florida... JP
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 5 1:02 AM
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      Wasn't the Fawkes incident in 1605 ? Before the found of any permanent european settlement in America north of Spanish Florida...
      JP

      Marilyn Penner wrote:

      > Dear Mr. Fitz:
      >
      > I don't think Mr. Fawkes was ever in America, so how can he 'return' to it?
      > However, should he indicate to you that he will pay your Capitol a visit, please ask him, as a favour to promote international harmony and all that [after all, why should only one side benefit from his demolition skills] that there is a certain 'pink' building in Queen's Park, Toronto that could use the same attention from him.
      >
      > Marilyn P.
      > [who sided with William Lyon Mackenzie during the Rebellions of 1837 and had to leave town in a hurry]
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