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1710


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1711

January: North Carolina.

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1712


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1713


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Frederick William I of Prussia, 1713
Western Europe Treaty

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1714

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1715


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Breech-loading firearm that belonged to Philip V of Spain, made by A. Tienza, Madrid circa 1715. It came with a ready-to-load reusable cartridge. This is a miquelet system.


1716


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1717

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Charleville musket model 1766

1718

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1719

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References[edit]

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