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Friday, December 28, 2012


During the 17th century it was the tradesmen of London who led the way to supplying the colonists with goods. Their primary competitors were the tradesmen of Bristol, England. Others, were located in Weymouth, Dartmouth, Hull, Plymouth, Biddeford and Barnstaple. Many such merchants visited the Colony in the course of business and remained there permanently. Source: Virginia Gleanings in England.

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