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Correspondence and papers relating to the expedition against Canada, 1745-1750, sent by colonial governors and military commanders to the Secretary of State in London. Items 1-92

Title
Correspondence and papers relating to the expedition against Canada, 1745-1750, sent by colonial governors and military commanders to the Secretary of State in London. Items 1-92 [electronic resource], 1745-1749.
Published
Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015.
Physical Description
1 online resource : 44 items.
Local Notes
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Notes
Volume title from publisher's website (resource viewed on 7 Oct. 2015)
Volume reference no.: CO 5/45 Part 1.
The National Archives
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Variant and related titles
Colonial America. Module l. Early settlement, expansion and rivalries.
Format
Online
Language
English
Added to Catalog
March 21, 2024
Series
Colonial America (Marlborough, England)
Colonial America. Module 1
Contents
Abstract of papers relating to the raising of troops in North America
An account of Governor Clinton's proceedings with regard to the troops raised in the provinces of New York, New Jersey etc, on the intended expedition against the French settlements in Canada
Admiral Knowles to Duke of Newcastle
Commodore Knowles to Duke of Newcastle
Extract of a letter from Governor Clinton to Governor Shirley
Extract of a letter from Governor Clinton to Governor Shirley concerning the pay of the southern troops
Extract of a letter from Governor Law to Governor Shirley and Governor Knowles dated at Newhaven
Extract of a letter from Governor Shirley to Governor Clinton
Extract of a letter from Governor Shirley to Governor Clinton concerning the pay of the troops raised for the expedition against Canada
Extract of a letter from Governor Shirley to the several governors mentioned in the late intended expedition against Canada
Extract of a letter from Lt Gov Mascarene to Governor Shirley and Governor Knowles concerning the state of Nova Scotia
Form of a bill of exchange proposed by Governor Knowles and Shirley
Governor Shirley from Boston to Duke of Bedford
Governor Shirley to Duke of Bedford
Governor Shirley to Duke of Newcastle
Governor Shirley to Duke of Newcastle about religious beliefs of French people in British-held territory
Governor Shirley to Duke of Newcastle from Boston concerning the behaviour and loyalty of French inhabitants in Nova Scotia
Governor Shirley's message to the House of Representatives at Boston on Captain Bastides' services in New England, and against Louisbourg
Governor Shirley's proclamation for apprehending rioters [copy]
Governor Shirley's proclamation to the French inhabitants of Nova Scotia
Governor Wentworth to Duke of Newcastle
Governors Shirley and Knowles' discharge of troops raised for the expedition against Canada [copy]
A letter from Governor Shirley to Governor Clinton concerning the terms of discharging the troops, both referred to in Governor Shirley's letter to the Duke of Newcastle [copy]
A letter from Governor Shirley to Secretary Willard from Castle William concerning riots in Boston [copy]
Letters from Mr P. Mascarene at Annapolis to Messrs William Cowley enginr. and Edward How storekeeper inclos'd in Governor Shirley's [copy]
Manuscript contents list for CO 5/45 Part 1
Mr S. Waldo to Duke of Bedford complaining of Mr Shirley's treatment
Mr William Pepperell to Duke of Newcastle
Note relating to Cape Breton
Opinion of Mr Rider relating to Mr Benj. Pemberton's petition
Particulars relating to the murder of John Bryan, for which John Fowles and others were tried on indictments against them at the Court of Assizes held at Boston
Petition of Benj. Pemberton, naval officer of the province of the Massachusetts Bay
The resolves of representatives concerning the riot at Boston [copy]
Vote of Assembly for payments sent to Annapolis Royal out of the treasury
Vote of Council and House of Representatives concerning the suppressing of the riot [copy]
A vote of council and House of Representatives for releasing officers belonging to Commodore Knowles' squadron [copy]
The votes of the town of Boston concerning the riot at their town meeting [copy]
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Adam Matthew Digital (Firm)
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