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Re: North American affairs
At 1:11 pm -0400 8/9/98, John Cowan wrote:
>Andrew Smith wrote:
>> What about Jacobia?
>Correct. Georgia was settled in 1733, which *there* was during
>the reign of King James III/VII, so "Jacobia" it is.
Good - at least the folks *there* won't have any excuse for confusing the
Merkian state with Georgia in the Caucasus (which takes it name from the
saint beloved of the English *here*) ;-)
>I don't think MQS exists *there*; surely Mary I Tudor did not (we've
>eliminated the Tudors at least as a royal family).
Not a bad thing IMHO. Henry VII was OK, but the rot soon set in with his
bloodthirsty & lecherous son - who actually made Wales part of England! -
& his son's progeny, who lacked the lechery but not the bloodthirstiness.