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From: "Rick J" <>
Subject: Re: Wexford Ireland information
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2001 05:37:23 GMT
References: <3C05AD90.B4D4AF26@move.worldnet.att.net>, <tTiN7.email@example.com>, <3C05BC2A.30CEF9A5@move.worldnet.att.net>
It may seem pedantic to many - and for that I apologise, but in Genealogy,
especially, exactitude is important.
"Edward Doyle" <> wrote in message
> Rick J wrote:
> > >
> > > Are we not mandated by the Declaration of Independence to "cherish
> > the
> > > children of the Nation equally"?
> > If you wish to be taken literally -
> > Actually - No.
> > Those words do not appear in the Declaration of Independence.
> > It does appear (as I'm sure you know) in the Sinn Fein Declaration of
> > which reaffirmed the 1916 Proclamation, where the phrase was first used.
> > It has also been used fairly recently by Nelson Mandela in a different
> > context.
> Tisk, Tisk bring politics into this, and
> Actually, Yes.