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Article 4 -- No Title
The Connecticut Courant (1764-1774) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Jan 14, 1765
Start Page: 4
Pages: 1
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One of the reasons assigned, the perhaps without foundation, for his Royal Highness the Duke of York, passing through France without visiting Paris is, the coolness between the two courts of London and versailles, on account of the fare infraction of the peace on the part of the latter, from whence some people insinuate we are even now upon the eve of a new war. What ... and Rome were of old; say they, Great Britain and France are now natural jealous rivals, and implacable...

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