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Re: Re:The Stone of Scone or Destiny .
Actually, the Oregonians think they are another country sometimes. Ha.
Historically, the southern part of Oregon and northern California once tried
to form another state.
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From: labehotierre <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, November 27, 1999 7:17 AM
Subject: Re:The Stone of Scone or Destiny .
> Dear Laurel
> The Stone of Scone or Destiny is in Edinburgh Castle it was returned by
> Major's government to Scotland. For 700 years, under the Coronation Chair
> in Westminster Abbey sat a lump of rock. A rock which was stolen from
> Scotland in 1296 by the English King Edward I. This piece of rock is known
> as The Stone of Destiny or The Stone of Scone, and is reputed to be the
> stone on which all Scottish Kings were crowned. The Stone is surrounded in
> myth and is said to have been brought to Scotland from the Holy Land, the
> biblical Jacob's Pillow.
> On 15th November 1996, this Stone was returned to Scotland, for display
> Edinburgh Castle. .That, was a mistake the United Kingdom is one and the
> Stone was a symbol of British Monarchy. It is as if Oregon were not part
> the USA. Our Queen is no less Queen in Scotland as she is in England,
> Northern Ireland and her Realms and Dominions overseas. People need
> to bind them together as you use your flag as an icon we use our Crown.
> are no less Scots for having the Stone we are unfortunately less British.
> As Ever
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> From: Spirit One Email <email@example.com>
> To: Sinclair Discussion <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: 27 November 1999 04:14
> Subject: What would really be nice to find is...
> > Just back from a week in Indianapolis where we had dinner with Donald
> >Sinclair and wife, Judy. We greatly enjoyed meeting a new Sinclair right
> >my old back yard, so to speak.
> > Wouldn't it be great if the Stone of Scone or Destiny would show up
> >the year 2000. It seems timely, appropriate, and long overdue. Please,
> >whoever has it, I think it is quite safe now from the English.
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