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February 17, 2009


Tim Abbott

Mon Dieu! And here we are giving Samuel de Champlain all due respect on the Quadricentennial of his discovery of the Lake that bears his name. I shall have to trot up to Fort Ti again this summer for the 250th anniversary of its loss by the French to Jeffery Amherst.


David Corbett

Dear Berks.,
I hope you have not yet purchased your musket. The 250th Battle of the Plains of Abraham ( battle of W+Quebec 1759), has been cancelled due to sensitivity issues ,nes pas ? It seems even the New World French do not appreciate history.
David Corbett

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