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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, 1746-1749

Title
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, 1746-1749.
Published
Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015.
Physical Description
1 online resource : 35 items.
Local Notes
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Notes
Volume title from publisher's website (resource viewed on 7 Oct. 2015)
Volume reference no.: CO 5/44 Part 3.
The National Archives
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Variant and related titles
Colonial America. Module l. Early settlement, expansion and rivalries.
Format
Online
Language
English; French
Added to Catalog
March 21, 2024
Series
Colonial America (Marlborough, England)
Colonial America. Module 1
Contents
A council of war at Louisbourg [copy]
Account of ordnance, powder etc. found in the town of Louisbourg after its surrender
Certificat de la reprise de possession de Louisbourg etc.
Conclusions of a council of war and the convention between Governor Hopson and M. Desherbiers
Correspondence
Council of war at Louisbourg
The declaration of the officers taken at Miray [copy]
Depositions taken at Louisbourg [copy]
Extract of a letter from Governor Shirley to Governor Hopson at Louisbourg
Governor Hopson's letter to the commanding officer of the party of French soldiers on the island, Cape Breton
Letter concerning the monetary position of troops stationed at Louisbourg
Letter discussing the arrival of a new governor for Cape Breton
Letter discussing Charles Desherbiers
Letter discussing Hopson's appointment as Governor of Cape Breton
Letter discussing Hopson's appointment as Governor of Cape Breton, threats of invasion and the development of a colliery
Letter discussing the presence of French and Indians on Cape Breton
Letter discussing provisions for troops and the state of the garrison at Louisbourg
Letter discussing the removal of rum and molasses from the troops
Letter discussing the safe removal of the garrison at Cape Breton
Letter discussing the violation of a cessation [copy]
Letter from Anthony Palmer esq., President of the Council of Pennsylvania, to the Governor of Cape Breton [copy]
Letters concerning the presence of French and Indians on Cape Breton and a colliery
Letters discussing the threat of French and Indian soldiers and the development of a colliery
List of papers
List of small arms, bayonets, cartouch boxes, pole axes etc. in the armoury as follows
Paper signed by the officers of within mentioned at Bay of Vert [copy]
A paper swore to by the officers taken at Miray, the original wrote in the same hand that signs Maillard [copy]
Preliminaries settled between Governor Hopson and M. Desherbiers in order to facilitate and hasten the evacuation of Louisbourg
Resolutions relating to the stateing the differences of the number and caliber of the artillery etc. of Louisbourg
The state of artillery and stores of war at the reduction of the place, also the present state and the difference there in between them
State of the garrison at Louisbourg
State of the town fortifications and batteries, and artillery of Louisbourg.
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Great Britain. Colonial Office.
National Archives (Great Britain)
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
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