1. The Mishnah discusses the case of a married woman who was included in both the Korban Pesach of her father and of her husband.
2. The Gemara laments the fact that Daniel did not teach Torah in Eilam.
3. The Gemara mentions the four prophets who prophesized during the days of four kings of Yehudah.
4. The Gemara discusses how Hashem showed Hoshea how "difficult" it would be for Him to part with Bnei Yisrael.
5. Hashem knew that Bnei Yisrael would not be able to withstand a cruel exile in Edom.
A BIT MORE
1. She should eat only from the Korban Pesach of her husband.
2. Although he learned a lot of Torah, he did not teach it to others. This is in contrast to Ezra, who taught a tremendous amount of Torah in Babylon (Rashi).
3. Hoshea, Yeshayah, Amos, and Michah prophesized during the rule of Uziyahu, Yosam, Achaz, and Chizkiyahu.
4. Hashem instructed Hoshea to take a wife who had been a prostitute. After he had children, Hashem instructed him to send them away, and Hoshea found this quite difficult.
5. This is why Hashem had them sent to Babylon instead. The Babylonians were more merciful than the people of Edom.