Narrative and Critical History of America: The English and French in North America, 1689-1763. 1887

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Justin Winsor
Houghton, Mifflin, 1887 - America
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Page 395 - A state of the province of Georgia, attested upon oath In the court of Savannah...
Page 594 - Journals of Major Robert Rogers : Containing An Account of the Several Excursions he made under the Generals who commanded upon the Continent of North America during the late War.
Page 518 - A set of plans and forts in America, reduced from actual surveys,
Page 588 - Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, the Honourable the Council and House of Representatives of said Province, in General Court Assembled Dec.
Page 416 - I must also inform you that it is his Majesty's pleasure that you remain in security under the inspection and direction of the troops that I have the honour to command.
Page 357 - And the sight of the faire medowes is a pleasure not able to be expressed with tongue : full of Hernes, Curlues, Bitters, Mallards, Egrepths, Wood-cocks, and all other kinds of small birds...
Page 575 - REVEAL'D, or Truth brought to Light : being a Discovery of some Facts in Relation to the Conduct of the late M — y...
Page 392 - Early History of Georgia, embracing the Embassy of Sir Alexander Cuming to the Country of the Cherokees, in the Year 1730.
Page 416 - ... the French inhabitants of this his province of Nova Scotia, who for almost half a century have had more indulgence granted them than any of his subjects in any part of his dominions.
Page 415 - After Mature Consideration it was unanimously Agreed, That to prevent as Much as possible their attempting to return and molest the Setlers that may be set down on their Lands, it would be most proper to send them to be distributed amongst the several colonies on the Continent, and that a sufficient number of Vessels should be hired with all possible Expedition for that purpose.

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