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Correspondence with Secretary of State expedition against Canada : correspondence from Louisbourg on the Cape Breton coast of Nova Scotia with letters and papers from Governor Charles Knowles, 1746-1747

Correspondence with Secretary of State [electronic resource] : expedition against Canada : correspondence from Louisbourg on the Cape Breton coast of Nova Scotia with letters and papers from Governor Charles Knowles, 1746-1747.
Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015.
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1 online resource : 42 items.
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Volume title from publisher's website (resource viewed on 7 Oct. 2015)
Volume reference no.: CO 5/44 Part 2.
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Account of the expense of fuel for the garrison of Louisbourg
Account with Lieutenant Watmough
Declaration of Moses Bennet ...
Expenses for the garrison at Louisbourg
Letter concerning conditions at Louisbourg and the repair of the fort
Letter concerning the delivery of a commission
Letter concerning a desire to serve in the West Indies instead of Canada
Letter concerning the dispersal of a French camp near Annapolis
Letter concerning a French encampment near Annapolis
Letter concerning the French in Nova Scotia and their threat to New England fisheries
Letter concerning interactions with the French around Louisbourg
Letter concerning naval and maritime activities around Nova Scotia
Letter concerning the requirements of the garrison, including fuel, provisions, a boat and various staff
Letter concerning the treatment of prisoners, troops and civilians in Prince Edward Island
Letter concerning the value of maintaining a garrison at Louisbourg against reinforcing the fleet
Letter concerning the war against the French and the state of the British garrison and stores
Letter containing an account of the conditions suffered by the Army in Nova Scotia during a freezing winter
Letter containing intelligence of French troops obtained from a prisoner
Letter describing the fortification of Louisbourg and the major trades and industries of the region
Letter from a captain who had seen the French fleet
Letter from a French priest to the garrison at Annapolis
Letter from a Lieutenant Gordon requesting information and redress regarding ranks within the Army
Letter on Knowles return to Canada concerning French military movements
Letter written to Charles Knowles in French
Order to perform an exchange of prisoners
Order to provide money for the sustenance of the garrison at Louisbourg
Report of a meeting between two ships
Report of a prisoner exchange with the French, including details on the strength of the French fleet
Report on the strength of French forces
Request for financial assistance to pay soldiers
Result of a court of inquiry for settling the rank between Lieutenant Gordon and Watmough
Return of the strength of the garrison of Louisbourg
State of the garrison of Louisbourg
Submission of E. Watmough explaining his commission
Two letters concerning resisting French naval attacks.
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