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The Connecticut Courant (1764-1774) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Jan 21, 1765
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Pages: 1
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THE new commercial regulations in North America are complained of as grievous to the colonies. Every king's ship is a Guarda-Costa, and every cargo of the American product is deemed prohibited goods. Flower, bread, salt provisions, lumber, fifth, live stock, poultry, fram'd rasters, Iron work, cooperage stores, &c. are commodities always welcome to the French and Spaniards, by the exportation of which the planters in America are enabled to make their...

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