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" Britannic majesty's ships of war, now lying before the port, shall be permitted to enter the harbour of Louisbourg without any molestation, as soon after six of the clock this afternoon as the commander in chief of said ships shall think fit. "
Collection de manuscrits contenant lettres, mémoires, et autres documents ... - Page 225
publié par - 1884
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The London Magazine, and Monthly Chronologer, Volume 14

1745
...before the Port, fhall be at Liberty to enter the Harbour of Lo*nteurg, without any Molefiation, as Icon after Six of the Clock this Afternoon, as the Commander in Chief of the faid Ships IhaH think fit. IV. That none of the Officers, Soldiers, ner Inhabitants in Lmijenurg,...
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The Life of Sir William Pepperell, Bart: The Only Native of New England who ...

Usher Parsons - 1855 - 352 pages
...Majesty's ships of war, now lying before the port, shall be permitted to enter the harbor of Louisburg without any molestation, as soon after six of the clock this afternoon as the commander-in-chief of said ships shall think fit. 4. That none of the officers, soldiers, nor inhabitants...
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The life of Sir William Pepperell, bart: the only native of New England who ...

Usher Parsons - 1855 - 352 pages
...Britannic Majesty's troops before six o'clock this evening. 3. That his said Britannic Majesty's ships of war, now lying before the port, shall be permitted to enter the harbor of Louisburg without any molestation, as soon after six of the clock this afternoon as the commander-in-chief...
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Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Volume 1

Connecticut Historical Society - 1860
...majesty's troops before six of the clock this afternoon. Tltirdly. That his Britannic majesty's ships of war, now lying before the port, shall be permitted...shall think fit. Fourthly. That none of the officers, soldiers, or inhabitants of Louisbourg, who are subjects of the French king, shall take up arms against...
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A History of Nova-Scotia, Or Acadie, Volume 2

Beamish Murdoch - 1866
...afternoon, 3. That his Britannick Majesty's ships of war, now lying before the port, shall be at liberty to enter the harbour of Louisbourg, without any molestation,...soon after six of the clock this afternoon as the commander-in-chief of the said ships shall think fit. 4. That none of the officers, soldiers, nor inhabitants...
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A History of the Island of Cape Breton with Some Account of the Discovery ...

Richard Brown (F.G.S.) - 1869 - 464 pages
...Britannic Majesty's troops before 6 o'clock this evening. '3. That his said Britannic Majesty's ships of war, now lying before the port, shall be permitted...soon after six of the clock this afternoon as the commander-in-chief of said ships shall think fit. '4. That none of the officers, soldiers, nor inhabitants...
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Collection de manuscrits contenant lettres, mémoires, et autres documents ...

Jean Gervais Protais Blanchet, Faucher de Saint-Maurice - 1884
...premises, be made and completed as soon as possible. Secondly. — That as a security for the ponctua1 performance of the same, the Island Battery, or one...think fit. Fourthly. — That none* of the officers, soldiers, non inhabitants in Louisbourg where are subjects of the French King shall take up arms against...
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William and Mary: A Tale of the Siege of Louisburg, 1745

David Hickey - 1884 - 317 pages
...Majesty's ships of war, now lying before the port, shall be at liberty to enter the harbor of Louisburg, without any molestation, as soon after six of the clock this afternoon as the commander-in-chief of the said ships shall think fit. "(4) That none of the officers, soldiers, nor...
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Cape Breton Illustrated: Historic, Picturesque and Descriptive

John Milne Gow - 1893 - 423 pages
...Britannic Majesty's troops before six o'clock this evening. (3) That the said Britannic Majesty's ships of war, now lying before the port, shall be permitted to enter the harbour of Louisburg, without any molestation, as soon after six of the clock this afternoon as the commander-in-chief...
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Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Volume 11

1907
...Majesty's Troops, before Six o' the Clock this Afternoon. Thirdly That his sd Britanick Majestys Ships of War, now lying before the port, shall be permitted...Clock this afternoon As the Commander in Chief of sd Ships shall think fit. Fourthly That none of the Officers, Soldiers, nor Inhabitants in Louisbourg,...
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