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An Essay on the Times (Classic Reprint)


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  • ISBN13:9781334912481
  • ISBN10:1334912483
  • Publisher:Forgotten Books
  • Language:English
  • Author:Unknown Author
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  • ISBN13:9781334912481
  • ISBN10:1334912483
  • Publisher:Forgotten Books
  • Language:English
  • Author:Unknown Author
  • Binding:Paperback
  • SUPC: SDL828602033

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Excerpt from An Essay on the Times
To impede the fpreading our fettlement in Nova Scotia, to its juil extent, are too notorious to need any farther infii'tence. But this was not all. The Englilhmcolomils in America, after having much too long, and much too tamely, {offered the French to creep along the back part of their inland fettlements, and under favour of thofe lakes (f0 admirably fitted for promoting an inland trade and navigation) to open a communication highly convenient to them no doubt (which was {till all their title) even fo far down as to the Mi ifi pi; the Englifh, I fay, began to look with a ju ly jealous eye upon theic encroachments, that tended not on y to abridge them of their dif triets, which by the very tenor of their grants, and the nature of their fituation, could know no limits to the Well, but what is called the South Sea, but to render their properties in actual po 'effion more precarious, and in courfe lefs valuable. Rouzed then at length by u furpations, of which they faw no end, and to revent their being inched out of their lands hy thefe intruders, they proceeded to vindi cate their undoubted right to the extenlion of their frontier weftward. Accordingly, a fort was built on the Ohio; upon notice of which the French, in full time of peace, arbitrarily, and without either previous declaration, or a proper reprefcntation to our Court, font a party of men, and diflodged our people without fur ther ceremony; and yet, after having thus B 2 conta.
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