Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New-York, Volume 10

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Letter of M de la Galissonière to Count de Maurepas exchange of prisonersBostonNewYork c
185
Minute of the taking possession of the Ohio river and its tributaries by M de Céloron
189
Conference between M de la Galissonidre and the deputies of the Six Nations in the Castle of St Louis
192
Return of the nrtillery in Canada at this date
195
May 1627 Conference between M de la Jonquière and the Cayuga Indians
205
June 2326 Minute of certain interviews between the French authorities in Canada and Lieutenant Stoddert
211
Letter of M de Puysieulx to the Earl of Albemarle in answer to the preceding despatch
218
Conference between M de la Jonquière and the Indians of La Présentation
237
Letter of M de Longueuil to M Rouilléloss of despatches from the Detroit c perfidy of
245
Conference between the Abenaquis and Captain Phineas Stevens in presence of M de Longueuil c
252
Letter of Governor Dinwiddie to M de St Pierre summoning him to quit the Ohio river
258
Letter of M de St Pierre declining to comply with the preceding demand
259
Letter of M Duquesne to M de Machaulthis proceedings with the Indians c
265
Letter of M de Machault to M DuquesneMovements of the English CourtViews and instructions
275
Letter of Messrs de Drucour and Prévost to M Duquesnewith intelligence from NewYork c
281
Extract of a letter from M Duquesne to M de DrucourIndians on the Ohio e
290
Letter of M Prévost to M de MachaultIntelligence of designs of the English c
296
Letter of M de Salvert to M de MachaultNews from Louisburg c
302
Letter of M Bréard to M de MachaultBraddocks defeatOswego c
309
Letter of M de Machault to Messrs de Drucourt and Prévostsupplies c to Louisburg c 814
316
M de Vaudreuils Instructions to M de Dieskau
327
Reëxamination of the same prisoner before M de Vaudreuil
333
Dialogue between Marshal Saxe and Baron de Dieskau in the Elysian Fields
340
Letter of M Malartic Adjutant of the regiment of Bearn at Cataraqui lo Count dArgenson with
347
Letter of Chevalier de Montreuil to Count dArgensonaccount of the defeat of Baron
353
Letter of M Doreil to Count dArgensonparticulars of losses at Lake St Sacramentstate of
360
Letter of M Doreil to Count dArgensoncriticism of M Dieskaunecessities of the armydetails
368
Letter of M Vaudreuil to M de Machaultmilitary detailsnecessities of the armyofficers c
374
December Abstract of M de Vaudreuils despatches from Canada to 8th November
380
Letter of Baron de Dieskau to Count dArgensonstate of his health c
387
Letter of Count dArgenson to M Malartic
393
Extract of a letter from Quebecparticulars of attack on Fort Bull
396
Leter from M Kerlerec Governor of Louisiana to M de Machault
406
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Machaultthe conduct he proposes to adopt respecting the English
413
Letter of M de Montreuil to much pleased with M de Montcalm who will give
419
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Machaultniovements on Lake Ontario c
428
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Machaultdetails of the state of things at the Western Posts c
438
Letter of MajorGeneral Amherst to M de Vaudreuil refusing to make any change in the proposed
443
Articles of capitulation of Fort Oswego c
444
Letter of an officer engaged in the siege of Oswego giving details c
453
Letter of M de Montcalm to Count dArgenson_details of the affair at OswegoThe transplanted
461
Letter of M de Vaudreuil 10 Count dArgensonCapture of OswegoLake St Sacrementambition
470
Letter of M de Montcalm to Count dArgensonhis arrival at Ticonderogaarrangements to harrass
487
Letter of M Lotbinière to the MinisterFort Carillonobservations on the foris at OswegoAcadia c
493
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Machaultaffairs of Stobo and Vanbrant c
499
Abstract of the letters of M de Vaudreuil and of the IntendantFort DuquesneAcadiaOswego
519
Letter of Duke de Belleisle to M de Moras on the subject of the designs of the English and
526
Letter of M de Paulmy to M de Vaudreuilapproval of his conduct c
535
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Machaultlodian incursions into New Jersey c 641
542
Letter of M de Montcalm to Count dArgensonmilitary operations during the wintersofferings
550
Letter of M Doreil to Count dArgensonmilitary and commissariat details
563
Intelligence from Cape Breton
572
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Morasaffairs at Carillon and the lakeLord LoudounFort
579
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Morasnegotiations with the Indiansintrigues of the English c
586
List of killed wounded and missing in the engagement at Sabbath Day Point 26th July 1757
592
Journal of the expedition against Fort William Henry from 12th July to 16th Augusty
598
Letter of M de Bougainville to M de Paulmy with full details of M de Montcalms expedition against
606
Letter from M de Montcalm to Brigadier Webbconduct of the Indians towards the prisoners c
618
Statement of the munitions of war and of the provisions c found in Fort William Henry after
626
Letter of M Doreil to Marshal de Belle Islegreat distress in Canada for want of provisionssituation
701
Remarks upon the situation of the fort at Carillon and its approaches by M dHughes
707
Letter of General Abercromby to M de Vaudreuil
713
Memoir on Fort Carillon by M le Pont le Roy
720
Letter of MajorGeneral Abercromby to Mr Secretary Pitt_English account of the battle of Ticon
725
Letter of M de Montcalm to Marshal de Belle Isleaccount of the action of 8th July at Carillon
732
Letter of M Doreil to M de Morasdetails of the affair of the 8th July c
744
Letter of M Doreil to Marshal Belle Islebattle of Ticonderoga c
752
Letter of M de Montcalm to M de Massiac
756
Letter of M Doreil to M de CremilleM de Montcalm above all praise c
762
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Massiac
771
Extract of a letter from M de Montcalm to M de Vaudreuil on the subject of the disunion which
778
Letter of M de Montcalm to M de Vaudreuil thereupon
786
Another return of French officers killed and wounded July 8 in the battle of Ticonderoga
798
Speech of the Iroquois and other Indians to M de Vaudreuil complaining of ill treatment at the hands
805
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Montcalm recommending him to be indulgent to the Indians
811
Letter of M Doreil to Marshal de Belle Isledetail of affairs since 8th Julysuccesses of the English
819
Articles of capitulation at Fort Frontenac between M de Noyan and General Bradstreet
825
Letter of M de Montcalm to Marshal de Belle Islesevere loss in the surrender of Fort Frontenac
831
Letter from General Abercromby to M de Vaudreuil 830 September 2 Letter from General Abercromby to M de Vaudreuil
847
Letter of M de Montcalm to M de Cremilleaffairs in Canadahis health is decayinghis means
855
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Massiacin behalf of M de Levis
862
M de Vaudreuils project of operations upon Lake Ontario c
868
M de Montcalms general reflections upon the measures to be adopted for the defence of Canada c
874
Parole of honor of Samuel Woodward Captain in the NewJersey Regiment
880
Letter froin M de Montcalm to M de Vaudreuil
886
Letter of M Lotbinière to Marshal de Belle Isle with the Ministers minutes thereupon 880
897
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Massiacdetails of military services c
903
An account of the French campaigos in North America from 1755 to 1758 by Chevalier de Montreuil
912
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M de Massiacremarks upon M Bellèstres expedition last yearposts
923
January Memoir on the position of the English and French in North America and upon what is absolutely
925
Memoir on the artillery in Canada and the arrangements for the approaching campaign
935
Letter of Marshal de Belle Isle to M de Montcalmhis promotion to the rank of LieutenantGeneral
943
Letter of M de Vaudreuilto M Berryeraffairs in Louisiana c
950
Letter of M Malartic to M de Cremillesituation of Canada c
956
Letter of M de Montcalm to M le Normandmilitary details c
962
Letter of M Bernier to M de Cremillehas succeeded M Doreil as commissarysituation of affairs
968
Plan of Fort Niagara by M Pouchot
976
Narrative of the siege of Quebec published by the French
993
M Berniers summary account of the campaign in Canada from 1st June to 15th September
1001
Minute of the Council of war previous to the surrender of Quebec with the opinions and signatures
1007
Letter of the Chev de Montreuil to Marshal de Belle Isleif M de Montcalm had delayed his attack
1013
October Journal kept in the army commanded by the late M de Montcalm containing the operations before
1016
June July Two proclamations of General Wolf affixed to the doors of churches below Quebec 1946
1048
Letter of M de Bourlamaque to the Marshal de Belle Isleevents on lakes Champlain and
1054
Letter of M Massé de St Maurice to M Berryer
1062
Letter of Marshal de Belle Isle to the Chevalier de Levisthe King is much touched at the death of M
1068
Ordinance of M de Vaudreuil proclaiming an amnesty in favor of all deserters c
1074
Account of the expedition against Quebec under the orders of Chevalier de Levis with the lists of
1084
Letter of M de Vaudreuil to M Berryersituation of affairs on the Ohio and the Illinois c
1091
Letter of General Murray to Chevalier de Levis
1097
Letter of M Bigot to Marshal de Belle Islesuccess of the English c
1103
Protest of Chevalier de Levis to M de Vaudreuil against the clause in the articles of capitulation
1106
Letter of M Bernier to statement of the French troops at the capitulation c
1120
Return of the French troops embarked at Quebec
1127
Memoir by M Dumas upon the Boundaries of Canada
1134
1763
1155
Minute of the surrender of Fort Chartres to Captain Sterling
1161

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