Narrative and critical history of America, Volume 5

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Sampson Low, 1887
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Page 80 - Some considerations on the consequences of the French settling Colonies on the Mississippi, with respect to the trade and safety of the English plantations in America and the West Indies. From a gentleman of America, to his friend in London. 8vo., with the rare and very interesting folding map, entitled "A New Map of Louisiana and the River Mississippi...
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