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Account of an intended Duel between his late Majesty King George the second, and Frederick William, late king of profits
The Connecticut Courant (1764-1774) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Jan 14, 1765
Start Page: 2
Pages: 1
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"THE personal comity which had subsisted between the two monarchs above mentioned, even from their early years, and often to the no small perplexity of their ministers, went so far, (says Baron ...) that as he is informal from a good quarter, they conceived the very singular design of gratifying it in a duel. King George had already made charge of Brigadier sutton for his second and the king of Russia of Colonel ... The territory of...

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