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Les troubles de 1838 et sa femme ?
Posted by: Felix Unger Date: December 27, 2001 at 21:22:04
In Reply to: Re: Coupal's ancestors by Bernard Coupal of 51


T'as mentioné les "troubles de 1838" et le fait que "sa femme s'est opposée avec succès". Est-ce que tu peux clarifier ce que veut dire "les troubles" et l'histoire de sa femme qui "s'est opposée avec succès". Tu peux l'expliquer en français, et je le traduirai en anglais si tu le veux. J'imagine que la phrase "les troubles" indique ce qu'on traduit en anglais "the revolt of 1837" mais peut-être j'ai tort.

You mentioned the "troubles of 1838" and the fact that "his wife successfully opposed him [or them]". Can you clarify for us what you mean by "the troubles" and the story of his wife's involvement ? I think you are referring to the "Revolt of 1837" in Upper and Lower Canada (William Lyon MacKenzie and Louis-Joseph Papineau) but maybe I'm wrong.

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