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affairs for the province of New York and of the first provincial con-
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929.2 9C674 With additions from the New York genealogical and biographical record, Oct. 1873, 4 : 161–83.
Notes, biographical and genealogical, of the Colden family and some of its collateral branches in America. (see New York genealogical and biographical record, Oct. 1873, 4:161-83) 929.1 N421
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970.3 C673 Biographical sketch of Colden. Stevens, J: A. jr. Colonial New York; sketches biographical and historical 1768-84. 172p.
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38. qN42 Stone, W: L. The life and times of Sir William Johnson, bart. Alb. 1865.
N. Y. state lib. Thurman, John, jr. Extracts from letterbooks. (see Historical magazine, Dec. 1868, ser. 2, 4: 283-97)
1.14 Letters dated at New York, 1760-88.
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general and commander in chief of his majesty's forces in North
973.2 Sh6 1755-56.
Banyar, Goldsbrow. Diary of Goldsbrow Banyar, deputy secretary General his
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973 M27 Clarke, William. Observations on the late and present conduct of
the French with regard to their encroachments upon the British
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917-4 D96 Batı les near Lake George, 1755-57, 3:361-86. An impartial account of Lieut. Col. Bradstreet's expedition to Fort
Frontenac, to which are added a few reflections on the conduct of that enterprize and the advantages resulting from its success; by a
volunteer on the expedition. 6op. Lond. 1759. N. Y. state lib. Johnson, Sir William. Account of conferences held and treaties
made between Major General Sir William Johnson, bart. and the chief sachems and warriors of the Indian nations in North America at their meetings on different occasions at Fort Johnson in the county of Albany, in the colony of New York in the years 1755 and 1756; with a letter from the Rev. Mr Hawley to Sir William Johnson, written at the desire of the Delaware Indians and a preface giving a short account of the six nations, some anecdotes of the life of Sir William Johnson, and notes illustrating the whole; also an appendix containing an account of conferences between several quakers in Philadelphia and some of the heads of the six nations in April 1756. 12+77p.
970.4 J63 Journal of a provincial officer in the campaign in northern New York in 1758. (see Historical magazine, Aug. 1871, ser. 2, 10:113-22)
General his- Journals of Sir William Johnson's scouts, 1755-56. (see N. Y. (state) —
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4:167-85. 974.7 qN423 Kennedy, Archibald, anon. Serious considerations on the present state of the affairs of the northern colonies. 24p. N. Y. 1754.
973.2 K38 Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. (Nash). Governor Robert Monckton. (see Magazine of American history, June 1887, 17:470-73)
973 M27 Mante, Thomas. History of the late war in North America. 542p.
971 M31 Montresor, James. Journals of Col. James Montresor, 1757–59.
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974.7 142 Review of the military operations in North America from the com
mencement of the French hostilities on the frontier of Virginia in 1753 to the surrender of Oswego on the 14th of August 1756; interspersed with various observations, characters and anecdotes, necessary to give light into the conduct of American transactions in general and more especially into the political management of affairs in New York in a letter to a nobleman. 144p.
N. Y. state lib. Review of the military operations in North America from the com
mencement of the French hostilities on the frontiers of Virginia in
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923.57 St25 Thompson, Samuel. Diary while in the service in the French war,
1758, with notes by W: R. Cutter. 6op. Bost. 1896. 973.2 T37 50 copies printed for private distribution. Thompson participated in Abercrombie's expedition against Ticonderoga.
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974.4 M38 Woodhull, Nathaniel. Journal kept when colonel of the 3d regi
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to the dispute between Great Britian and America, shewing the
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Gov. Moore's two messages to the assembly of New York and the
Extract from a letter of Lieut. Gov. Colden to Sec. Conway 24
Extract from a letter of Gen. Gage to Sec. Conway 15 July
Extract of a letter from Gen. Gage to the duke of Richmond 25
Copy of Gov. Moore's message to the general assembly of New
Address of general assembly of New York to Gor. Moore
General history Prerevolutionary
Extract of a letter from Lieut.-Gov. Colden to the earl of Sbelburne, 26 Dec. 1766, p. 124.
Extract of a letter from Gen. Gage to the earl of Shelburne 17 Jan. 1767, p. 124.
Act to furnish barracks in cities of New York and Albany with firewood, etc. 10 July 1766, p.
125. Extract of a letter from Gen. Gage to the earl of Shelburne 10 Feb. 1767, p. 130.
Extracts from the manuscript journal of the general assembly of New York laid before parliament 10 Nov.-19 Dec. 1766, p. 144.
Gov. Pownall's speech against suspending the goverument of New York 15 May 1767, p. 162.
Petition of mercbants of New York to the house of commons,
Authentic account of the proceedings of the congress held at New York
in 1765 on the subject of the American stamp act. 37p. n.p. 1767
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974.7 142 The assembly made every effort to discover the author but in vain. Sedgwick. Memoir of William Livingston. 1833. p.124, 923.27 L761; and,
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974.7 D32 Printed for private circulation. Sons of liberty was the name given to the organized opposition to the crown which started about the time of the Zenger
trial and flourished specially just preceding the revolution. Deed executed at Fort Stanwix Nov. 5, 1768, establishing a boundary
line between the whites and Indians of the northern colonies. (see