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is sword broken over his head, and forbidden to wear a sword or serve the crown......February, 1675 Philip of Pokanoket's, or King Philip's, War......1675 New fort built by La Salle at Frontenac......1676 Governor Andros asserts English sovereignty over the Iroquois......1676 Father Hennepin among the Mohawks......1677 France denies English sovereignty over the Iroquois......1677 Fresh discoveries in the interior of New York; a large tract purchased from the Indians by Louis du Bois, Jean Hasbrouck, and others. The governor confirms the grant extending along the Shawangunk Mountains and along the Hudson River, now Ulster county......Sept. 16, 1677 Governor Andros allowed to return to England to look after his own interests ......Nov. 17, 1677 New York, as described in London by Governor Andros, contains twenty-four towns, villages, or parishes, in six precincts or courts of sessions; servants are much wanted; slaves, mostly from Barbadoes, are scarce, worth f