Documents relative to the colonial history of the state of New York, procured by J.R. Brodhead, ed. by E.B. O'Callaghan (Google eBook)

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1857
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Contents

Letter of the Earl of Hillsborough to Governor Mocre
87
Extract from the cession of lands by the Cherokees to South Carolina
88
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Earl of Hillsboroughwestern Indiansintrigues of the French
100
Letter of the Earl of Hillsborough to Sir William JohnsonIndian expensesboundary lineposts Ac
101
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of HillsboroughCanadian boundary Ac
107
Deed executed at Fort Stanwix this day by the Indians determining the boundary line between them
135
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of Hillsboroughmilitary posts on the northern frontier
139
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Earl of HillsboroughGovernor Moores conductfac
146
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of Hillsboroughgrants of land within new boundary Ac
152
Representation of the Lords of Trade to the King upon Sir William Johnsons treaty with the Indians
164
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of Hillsboroughresolutions of the Assemblypublication
170
Draft of additional instructions to the Governors in America respecting lotteries
174
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Earl of Hillsboroughaccount of his transactions among the
183
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Earl of Hillsboroughpaper currency bill Ac
189
Representation of the Lords of Trade to the Committee of the Privy Council upon the NewYork
195
1766
198
Letter of the Earl of Hillsborough to LieutenantGovernor Coldenthe King is displeased at his conduct in reference to his speech to the Assembly and t...
201
February
205
Representation of the Lords of Trade to the KingNewYork act incapacitating judges from sitting
209
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212
Letter of the Earl of Hillsborough to LieutenantGovernor Coldenobservations on his conductjudges
215
Letter of General Gage to Postmaster Colden authorizing him to detain the packet
220
Proceedings at a treaty with the Six Nations and other Indians held at the upper settlements near
227
1768
237
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Earl of Hillsboroughact of Parliament for bills
245
Letter of the Earl of Dunmore to the Earl of Hillsboroughsituation of affairsColony on the Ohio folly of the scheme Ac
252
Letter of the Earl of Dunmore to the Earl of Hillsboroughdefenceless state of NewYorkdisorders
259
Letter of the Earl of Dunmore to the Earl of HillsboroughColonel Bradstreets grant out of
267
1771
280
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of HillsboroughCongress to settle a plan for the Indian trade
288
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Hillsboroughgranting of lands
294
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Earl of Hillsboroughcase of Ramsay Aa
300
Letter of Governor Tryon the Earl of HillsboroughCanada claimants 810
311
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to Governor Tryonlands on the MohawkFrench claimstheir jus
317
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Earl of Dartmouthhardship of his case
327
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to Governor TryonNew Jersey boundaryCanada Ac 837
338
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to Governor TryonHardenberg patentColonel Bradstreets grant Connecticut Ac
347
Letter of the Lords of Trade to Governor Tryonobservations on NewYork bills for laws
354
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to Governor Tryonsettlement of the New Hampshire grants 859
360
September Extracts of intelligence received from NiagaraFrench axebelt to the Indians
607
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to LieutenantGovernor ColdenBennington disturbances Ac
614
Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson to the Earl of DartmouthIndian affairs
624
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Earl of Dartmouthopening of the sessionaddresses
630
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmouthdisturbances on the 22d AugustCaptain Van
631
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmouth
638
Letter of the Lords of Trade to the Governor of NewYorkobservations on late laws of
644
Certificate of the Pittsfield Committee against law proceedings AcPeter Van Schaack
652
Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson to Lord George Germainstate of Indian affairshistorical review 654 1775
658
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmouthbattle of Quebecplan for Indian operations Ac
664
Letter of Secretary Pownall to Mr James Rivingtonappointed Kingss printer Ac
668
Representation of the Lords of Trade to the Committee of Privy Councilgrants of land in NewYork
675
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George Germainarrival of the fleetenlistment of volunteers Ac
681
Address of the Committee of NewYork to LieutenantGovernor Colden
683
Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson to Lord George GermainIndian affairs
687
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmoutharrival in NewYork on 25th Junerevolt in
689
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George GermainSuffolk and Queens countiesstate of affairs
693
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmouthintimidation of the Corporation of NewYork Ac
695
Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson to Lord George Germainemployment of the Indians with the army Ac
699
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George GermainProvincial corps Ac
705
Letter of Governor Tryon to Secretary Knoxnecessity of exciting the Indians against the rebels
707
Letterof Governor Tryon to Lord George GermainSir William Erskines good conduct at Danbury Ac
713
Colonel Claus further report of his proceedings to Secretary Knox
723
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George GermainProvincial corps 6c
734
Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson to Lord George Germaintemper of the Indiansmode of their
740
Letter of Lord George Germain to Governor Tryonappointed MajorGeneralcommission for letters
746
Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson to Lord George GermainIndian movements at Wyoming Acfuture
751
Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson to Lord George GermainIndian affairsBrant and his party Ac
757
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George Germainaffairs on Long Islandmode of conducting
760
Letter of Mr Cumberland to Mr De Greygreat seal of NewYork
764
Letter of Governor Tryon to Sir Henry Clintonappointment of Intendants Ac
771
Letter of Lord George Germain to MajorGeneral Tryonconduct approved Ac
778
Intelligence from John Jonesstate of the rebel army
784
Letter of Governor Robertson to Lord George GermainFrench armamentstate of preparations
790
Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson to Lord George Germainservices of the Indianstheir disposition
796
Letter of Governor Robertson to Secretary Knoxprospects of the royalists Ac
802
Letter of Lord George Germain to Governor Robertsonthe Kings satisfaction at his conductthe
808
Letter of Governor Robertson to Lord George GermainLord Cornwallis surrenderexertions of
814

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