A Complete History of Connecticut: Civil and Ecclesiastical, from the Emigration of Its First Planters, from England, in the Year 1630, to the Year 1764; and to the Close of the Indian Wars ...

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Maltby, Goldsmith and Company and Samuel Wadsworth, 1818 - Connecticut
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Page 532 - Indian treaties, in which the general interest of the colonies may be concerned; and make peace or declare war with Indian nations.