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French, was undoubtedly an anthough the trade of that country.
and others concerned in the government of Canada, issued out very confiderable quantities of bills was very profitable to individualso of exchange, which they pretended and to the kingdom in general. was for the use of the government; The method the French go-3 but as the French court . d
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grand children and their grand
Mr. Goring, a quaker, at Chertsey, aged 102. Jacob Salm, a Dutch soldier, aged 111. Mr. Wallace, at Paris aged 11:. Peter Schurman, at Groningen, aged 113. Jane Blake of Northweeds, in Yorkshire, aged 114.
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