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Historical note: In the US, after the Revolution, folks still wanted to celebrate Bonfire Night, but in a more politically correct way; so they moved it back to September 6 (the date of Gen. Arnold's burning of New London), and used Arnold's effigy. They even used a similar rhyme:
"So you remember the 6th of September
When Arnold came to town?
He took the houses one by one,
And burned them to the ground,
And burned them to the ground."