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Re: sacred geometry of the world's longest peaceful national border
>Not having the inexhaustible access that you have for dates, perhaps you can
>help me with the date, also in 1813, that the British,(then resident in what
>is now Canada) burned the White House in retaliation (I believe) for the
>burning of York that you mentioned.
Aug 25, 1814
And here's what Dolley Madison had to say about that:
> That War of 1812 sure was a "barn burner"!
Yes, and I think it was actually Buffalo you Canadians burned in retaliation
for York, on Dec 30, 1813.
> Gosh! What have we started!
It is as I feared.
>From: John S. Quarterman <email@example.com>
>To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
>Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 11:54 PM
>Subject: Re: sacred geometry of the world's longest peaceful national border
>>There's always 27 April 1813, the day the U.S. burned York (Toronto).
>>(Oh, now I've gone and done it. All Sinclairs will be plunged into war.
>>John S. Quarterman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>PS: Wouldn't the appropriate date for the *far* north be 1 April 1999,
>>when Nunavut was created?
>>>It may be surprising but the 4th of July is not the day of celebration of
>>>nationhood here in the far North.
>>Confederation, and hence our second season, is celebrated on the 1st of
>>>July, Bastille day the 14th. The 4th is for youse guys to the South
>>>For this, send me the Glenlivet, emergency or otherwise.
>>>From: DSinc39156@aol.com <DSinc39156@aol.com>
>>>To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 9:44 PM
>>>Subject: Re: sacred geometry
>>>>Ken, I must admit, you're a smoooth one! But I suppose being in
>>>>and only having 2 seasons (winter and the fourth of July) one could get a
>>>>bit edgey. I'll send an emergency bottle of Glenlivet.
>>>>Donald Sinclair (Indianapolis)
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