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"I have seen the giant; he is coming, he is hideous. He will not reach the place he plans on occupying.

I see him: he loses his body, he loses all his parts. All he has left is his head. He refuses to humble himself, even though his head is severed.

Oh my God, hasten, hurry, be good enough to make the Crees arrive as soon as possible, so that they may help us win."

- April 21, 1885. Louis Riel Diary.

Oh my God, do not permit England to get the better of me. Ottawa Citizen - Google News Archive - Jun 4, 1971


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