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Secretary of State. French and Indian War, Aug.-Sep. 1756

Secretary of State. French and Indian War, Aug.-Sep. 1756 [electronic resource].
Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015.
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1 online resource : 22 items.
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Volume title from publisher's website (resource viewed on 7 Oct. 2015)
Volume reference no.: CO 5/47 Part 1.
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French and Indian War, Aug.-Sep. 1756
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Copy of a letter from Lieutenant Colonel Mercer
Copy of Major General Shirley's letter to Sir Charles Hardy
Extracts from a letter of Governor Lawrence to Captain James Cunningham, aid-de-camp to the Earl of Loudoun
Extracts from letters of Colonel Mercer at Oswego to Captain Williams at Oneida Carrying Place
General Winslow's answer to the question propos'd to him concerning a junction of regulars with the provincials [copy]
Intelligence from Oswego
Letter regarding the fall of Fort Oswego
Letter regarding a French attack on Fort Granville
Letter regarding the state of Fort Oswego prior to falling
Letters regarding the defence and fall of Fort Oswego and relations with Indians
Letters regarding the fall of Fort Oswego
Letters regarding the fall of Fort Oswego, a council of war, military provisions and commissions
Letters regarding politics in the colonies, the state of fortifications, military promotions and directives
Messages to and from the Massachusetts Assembly regarding the war
Proposals to New England commissioners regarding provisions for Albany
Proposed disposition of funs, mortars, etc. at Fort Oswego
Resolves of General Court at Boston to raise 3000 men for expedition against Crown Point
Resolves of the Massachusetts Assembly relative to raising men for the expedition to Crown Point
Schedule of papers and supporting letters
Shirley correspondence with Loudoun
Shirley's speech to Massachusetts Assembly.
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