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stance, that plan has not been attended with any material inconveo: The fortune of the expe

itions, depending during the negotiation of the peace, was not, by the mutual consent of parties, to have any influence on the terms of it. The places taken were to be reciprocally resored. We,

therefore, thought it more prii.

dent to present to the reader a garrative of that important transaction,

entire and unbroken, rather than

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in this part of the world, which the revocation of the edićt of Nantes produced in ours. Besides the Pa

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city, inhabited by forty thousand of the native Indians, or by that mixed breed so common in all the Spanish colonies, resulting from that great variety of races of men, who ori

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L I T E R A T U R E, For the YEAR 1763.

L O N D O N :
Printed for R. and J Dodsley, in Pall-Mall, 1764.

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