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...the letter which I had written to him from Quebec, Canada. … All of the French were especially...
at Quebec, without Seeing during the 8 Months or more that...
...9. Wallis, a Marylander whose trading venture to Quebec had failed, was caught in a suit...
...to a Jesuit astronomer for making observations at Quebec. He printed fifty copies in a four-...
...a period of imprisonment, first in Montreal and then Quebec, they were “put on board a Man of...
...Rout by which Mr. Pattin was carried to Quebec and where he afterwards lived among the Indians...
...was appointed to the legislative council of the Province of Quebec.
8II., 3 July 1754 (Washington Papers)
.... 1385, 1952; copy in French, Archives Nationales de Quebec; copy, in French, ...de Quebec....
.... Stobo remained a prisoner at Montreal and Quebec for nearly 5 years, finally making...
...et Hispanienses, adlocatas, illas nempe ad Quebec et Quito positas. Sed de hisce satis...
...des troupes de la marine Detachées pour le Canada a québec....defenses of Quebec were...
12Memorandum, 30 May–11 June 1755 (Washington Papers)
...commander in chief of all forces in the province of Quebec and the upper Great Lakes (
...assault against the French at Montreal and Quebec, John Dagworthy, a storekeeper in Trenton,...
...in 1776 it was sent from the West Indies to Quebec.
...himself at the Reduction of Louisbourg, and Quebec; and under the Command of General Murray...
16[March 1756] (Adams Papers)
...Sept. 1755, was not written by the Bishop of Quebec and did not purport to be from his hand....
1721 Sunday. (Adams Papers)
...Sept. 1755, was not written by the Bishop of Quebec and did not purport to be from his hand....
...less Money would defray an Expedition by Sea against Quebec: That, in my Opinion, will be our...
19III., 1757 (Washington Papers)
...que la langue anglaise” (Archives de Quebec). Anger in Virginia subsided during Van...
...colonies in preparation for his planned expedition to Quebec. It was not until 1 May that...
...northward Virginia recruits for his regiment. He was killed at Quebec in 1759.
...for an attack on Louisburg and ultimately on Quebec. News of the arrival of French warships...
...the 28th Regiment. He was killed in the siege of Quebec in 1759.
...’s decision not to attack either Louisburg or Quebec and for his refusal to go with Loudoun...
...with their Man Robert” were seen “in Prison at Quebec.”
...Foot. He was killed in James Wolfe’s siege of Quebec in September 1759.
27[October 1758] (Adams Papers)
...and surgeon in Wolfe’s campaign against Quebec in the following year. Thereafter he...
...and surgeon in Wolfe’s campaign against Quebec in the following year. Thereafter he...
...to Fort Duquesne and then to Montreal and Quebec. Stobo made his escape to Louisburg in May...
...and to Wolfe’s expedition up the St. Lawrence against Quebec. Gipson,
...sent hence some time since for the Attempt on Quebec, is I imagine, before now arriv’d on...
ask’d, If the Taking of Quebec would not render all the others unnecessary? and if......Quebec...
...hope to do the same by Hamet with respect to Quebec, and in the mean time Am Dear Sir Yours...
..., Sept. 13, 1759, and of the capitulation of Quebec five days later reached London October 16.
The French garrison at Quebec capitulated on Sept. 18, 1759, five days after...
...returned to Virginia after a year of imprisonment in Quebec. For Thomas Bishop’s whereabouts,...
...of Canada (Louisbourg had fallen in 1758, Quebec in 1759, and the surrender of the......Quebec...
...order that they may prefer the shadow of Quebec to the substance of Guadaloupe;—but...
Sargent’s anxiety about Quebec dates this letter in 1760. ...had sallied from Quebec with 3000...
We have very little News here; the Seige of Quebec is certainly raised; and it is said we have...
I did not receive the Prospect of Quebec which you mention that you sent me...., Quebec and...Quebec
...accounts of the French failure to recapture Quebec, of their subsequent retreat to Montreal,...
...for the route between New York City and Quebec and the inland route from New York to...
...of a Letter just received from General Murray Governor of Quebec;...at Quebec, that...
...1760, Mother Superior of the Ursuline Convent in Quebec. She kept in periodic touch with her...
..., a Complaint of the Merchants of Quebec concerning the Difficulty and Uncertainty of...
...heard of the Arrival of Mr. Finlay at Quebec, but have made out a Commission, appointing...Quebec
...Finlay Esquire is appointed by us to be Postmaster of Quebec
...of a regular Post between New York and Quebec, has been so strongly pressed by General...
...the same kind. There are in the Government of Quebec, two Tracts of vacant Land, the Right of...