Memoir on the English aggression

August 2017
Memoir on the English Aggression;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents a memoir written in October, 1750, warning of England's invasion of Florida and Louisiana. England's designs to control the wealth of Europe; Response of France and Spain to England's plans.


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