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Article 7 -- No Title
The Connecticut Courant (1764-1774) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Jan 21, 1765
Start Page: 4
Pages: 1
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BOSTON, January 14. We have advice that the French are settling, with 4000 persons, a colony at a place call'd the Triangles, a little to windward of Surrinam: That they claim as far westward as the river Mariwina, part of which claim is within a few leagues of some Dutch plantations.--This procedure of the French very much alarms their good friends the Dutch, who have sent an express to the States with an account...

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