Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume. 34, Number 16. September 8th 1971
[Cromwell and the Roundheads]
Cromwell and the Roundheads
VIII 76 "Plus que Roy en Angleterre Lieu obscur par force auto I'Empire."
A man who is more of a butcher than a king in England, from obscure origins shall gain the Empire by force.
V 60 "Par testes rase viendra bien mal eslire."
Through the shaven heads (Roundheads) (England) shall have chosen very badly. Some people say that testes refers to Napoleon.
VII 13 "De la cite maritime et tributaire La teste raze prendra la satrapie."
The short-haired man shall assume power in the maritime city as London was then called