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rom the soil, or submitted to Swedish jurisdiction. Compare, on the whole subject, Trumbull's Connecticut, i. 178; Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania, i 17, &c.; Clay's Annals of the Swedes on the Delaware, 22; Hazard, II. 127, 171, 181, 192, 213, 319 &c.; Winthrop, II 62, 76, 178. While the limits of New Netherland were nar Sweden, Albany Records, XIII. 349—358, 367, 2, 7; IV. 157, 166, 186, 204, &c. 222. Acrelius, an accurate historian, Campanius, a heedless one Of late writers, Clay's Swedish Annals. Compare Swedish Records, translated and printed in vols. IV. and v. of Hazard's Hist. Register. the colony that connects our country with GusNew World; and a part of their descendants still preserve their altar and their dwellings round the graves of their fathers. Kalm's Travels. W. Penn's Letter. Clay's Swedish Annals. The conquest of the Swedish settlements was fol- 1656 lowed by relations bearing a near analogy to the provincial system of Rome. The West