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The Queen receives a scroll from Bruce “Two Dogs” Bozsum, at Southwark Cathedral, on Wednesday, where she attended a funeral blessing for a Mohegan chieftain, Sachem Mohamet Weyonomon. He came to England in 1736 to petition King George II for justice for the Native Americans, but died of smallpox while in London, and never received a proper funeral. The Queen unveiled a commemorative sculpture by Peter Randall Page. ...

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