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Article 9 -- No Title
The Connecticut Courant (1764-1774) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Mar 4, 1765
Start Page: 4
Pages: 1
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Last Tuesday happened a very melancholly accident. Four persons of this town went upon the ice a gunning after seafowl as they flow up the river. Accordingly, three of the company, in a slender bark crossed the channel to a small rock opposite the point called Field's point, leaving the other on the point. One of the three who went to the rock, whose name was Simoon elevens, left the two others behind him, and, contrary to advice, paddled down the river to scare up...

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