Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York, Volume 7

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Weed, Parsons, 1856 - 1006 pages
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Contents

Letter of Governor Hardy to the Lords of Tradenonexportation of provisions to the French
117
Letter of Governor Hardy to the Lords of TradeFort George repairedfortification of
164
Letter of Secretary Pitt to the Governors Ac in North Americathe King has resolved to act with
216
Letter of Governor Hardy to the Lords of Tradeis about to embark for Halifax and will leave
222
July 17
236
September 5
274
September
324
October 9
336
1757
344
September 18 Letter of Secretary Pitt to the American GovernorsGeneral Amherst appointed to succeed General
345
Letter of LieutenantGovernor De Lancey to the Lords of Tradewrits issued for a new Assembly
353
Report of the Right Reverend Dr Sherlock Bishop of London on the state of the Church in the Colonies
360
Letter of LieutenantGovernor De Lancey to the Lords of Tradequitrents in NewYork
369
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Lords of Tradefavorable understanding with the Indians
375
_Xcember 18 Letter of LieutenantGovernor De Lancey to the Lords of TradeFort Duquesne burnt and abandoned
376
Letter of the Lords of Trade to Chief Justice De Lancey requesting him to use all his influence
393
Letter of Archbishop Seeker to Reverend Doctor Johnsonmission to be established at Cambridge
394
Letter of MajorGeneral Amherst to LieutenantGovernor De Lancey
400
Letter of the Lords of Trade to LieutenantGovernor Delanceyjurisdiction of Justices of the Peace
406
Letter of Secretary Pitt to MajorGeneral Amherstaffairs in Canada Ac
417
Letter of Reverend Dr Johnson to the Archbishop of Canterburycondition of Kings college
425
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Lords of Tradenegotiations with the Indians Ac
432
Letter of Reverend Dr Johnson to Archbishop Seekercondition of the church
438
Letter of President Colden to the Lords of Tradedeath of LieutenantGovernor De Dancey
444
Letter of President Colden to the Lords of Tradeseeks to obtain the LieutenantGovernorship
450
Trade Ac
459
February 28
467
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Lords of Tradesalaries of government officers
476
March 4
481
February 11 Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Lords of Tradeintrusions from the Colony
489
3y 11 Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Lords of Tradetrade between the Colonies and French
498
Letter of Archbishop Seeker to Reverend Doctor Johnsondissenters
507
Letter of Sir Jeffrey Amherst to Sir William JohnsonIndian affairs
515
Letter of Sir William Johnson to Sir Jeffrey AmherstIndian affairs
522
Letter of Sir Jeffrey Amherst to the Earl of Egremontravages of the Indians within the Provinces
529
Letter of the Lords of Trade to Sir William Johnsonno grants to be made of land occupied
535
Hampshire
616
March 10
618
Vol VII
641
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Earl of Halifaxsmuggling Ac
666
ToTember Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Earl of Halifaxwant of officers to transact public
675
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Col Jen to the Lords of Tradedissatisfaction in the Province upon
679
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Lords of Tradeimportance of possessing the Illinois
685
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Lords of Tradeappeals to the King in Council te
695
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Lords of TradeIndian tradeappealsMr Livingstons
702
Letter of the Lords of Trade to Sir William Johnson respecting the two Mohawks exhibited in London
709
Proceedings of Sir William Johnson with the Indians in April and May
718
Treaty of peace with the Delaware Nation entered into by their deputies before Sir William Johnson
738
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Lords of TradeSir William Johnsons land claim Ac
744
Proceedings of Sir William Johnson with the Ohio Indians 414 July
750
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to General Gagenecessity of a military force in NewYork
758
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Lords of TradeMr Croghan has obtained possession of
765
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Lords of Trade Furious and audacious behavior of the New
790
situation but does not approve his declaration to take no step till Governor Moores arrivalviews
800
Letter of Governor Moore to Secretary Conwayhas applied to General Gage for a military force
810
Jfcff arch 26 Letter of Governor Moore to Secretary Conway
818
Letter of Governor Moore to the Lords of Tradewant of a currency Ac
820
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of Dartmouthquitrents Ac
826
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to Secretary ConwayAssembly has declined to make
832
July Memorial of Sir William Johnson to the King in Council for a Royal grant of a tract of land near
839
Letter of Governor Moore to Secretary Conwoytroubles in Dutchess county
845
A ugust 20 Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Lords of Trade
851
Letter of Governor Moore to the Duke of Richmonddislike of the people to the troops Ac
867
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of ShelburneCanada claims Ac
873
Letter of the Earl of Shelburne to Governor Mooredisturbances on the Massachusetts frontier Ac
879
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of ShelburneStockbridge Indians Ac
885
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of Shelburneanswer to the statements respecting the
930
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of Shelburnejudiciary of NewYork
978
JJebrury Letter of LieutenantGovernor Carleton to Major General Gagecondition of the forts on Lakes
984
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Earl of Shelburne about Major Rogers affair
988
1767
994
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of Shelburneuneasiness among the Indian Nations Ac
1003

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