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What became of the locusts after the plague of Egypt?
According to this 1800s exam answer, John the Baptist had something to do with it.
Where did the term Veni Vindi Vici come from?
This 1800s exam candidate suggests it came via telegram... to Julius Caesar.
Canada is "too cold" to be fully under England's supremacy accoridng to this 1800s exam candidate.
Some 1800s word play commenting on Henry VIII's excesses.
An insightful (?!) comment on new North American trade links.
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