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Anchor text: Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and The Indies
Target Entity: Company_of_Scotland
Preceding Context: The Spanish did not, however, permanently colonise Vieques at this time, and for the next three hundred years it remained a lawless outpost, frequented by pirates and outlaws. As European powers fought for control in the region, a series of attempts by the French, English and Danish to colonise the island in the 17th and 18th centuries were repulsed by the Spanish. The island also received considerable attention as a possible colony from Scotland, and after numerous attempts to buy the island proved unsuccessful, the Scottish fleet, en route to Darien in 1698, made landfall and took possession of the island in the name of the
Succeeding Context: . Scottish sovereignty of the island proved short-lived however, as a Danish ship arrived shortly afterwards and claimed the island.
Paragraph Title: Spanish colonial period
Source Page: Vieques, Puerto Rico

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