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Question: After the union of England and Scotland, in 1707 this woman became the first monarch of Great Britain and Ireland. Later in life, through overeating, she grew so fat she had to be carried. Who was she?

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Question: Of the fifty-six signers of the Declaration of Independence, about two-thirds of these men were lawyers, judges, and merchants, but about ten of them had what down-to-earth vocation?

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Question: On June 28, 1914, a young man named Gavril Princip darted out of a crowd in a Bosnian city and fired two bullets into a car, killing two passengers. Who were they?

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Question: Abraham Lincoln had two vice Presidents: the first had H as an initial, and the second became President upon Lincoln's death. Who were they?

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