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January 23

In 1775, with the merchants of London pleading their case, American colonists begin negotiations to end the conflict between themselves and the Crown.


Although a few more years of violence follow, the deep support that the Americans have among the merchantile class brings them back to the good graces of the King. The Canadian nationalists, who lacked the desire to cultivate friendships with the merchants, had no spokesmen to plead their case before Parliament.

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