Documents relative to the colonial history of the state of New York, procured by J.R. Brodhead, ed. by E.B. O'Callaghan, Volume 8

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1780
96
Letter of the Earl of Hillsborough to Sir William JohnsonIndian expensesboundary lineposts c
101
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of HillsboroughCanadian boundary c
107
and the English
135
1766
136
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of Hillsboroughmilitary posts on the northern frontier
139
1769
143
Letter of the Earl of Hillsborough to Sir William Johnsonmanagement of Indian affairs c
145
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of Hillsboroughproceedings of the last Assembly c
147
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Earl of HillsboroughFrench intrigues c
153
Letter of the Lords of Trade to the Committee of Privy Council
164
1773
174
Additional instructions to Governor Moore respecting lands near Lake Champlain
175
Letter of Philip Livingston Jr to the Earl of Hillsboroughdeath of Governor Moore this day c
187
Letter of the Earl of Hillsborough to LieutenantGovernor Coldenbills of credit Lord Dunmore
193
Letter of the Earl of Hillsborough to LieutenantGovernor Coldenthe King is displeased at his con
201
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Earl of Hillsboroughexplanation of his conduct c
214
Letter of General Gage to Postmaster Colden authorizing him to detain the packet
220
Proceedings at a treaty with the Six Nations and other Indians held at the upper settlements near
227
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Earl of Hillsboroughact of Parliament for bills
245
Letter of the Earl of Dunmore to the Earl of Hillsboroughsituation of affairsColony on the Ohio
252
Letter of the Earl of Dunmore to the Earl of Hillsboroughdefenceless state of NewYorkdisorders
259
Letter of the Earl of Dunmore to the Earl of HillsboroughColonel Bradstreets grant out of
267
Letter of Governor Moore to the Earl of Hillsboroughseditious and inflammatory Associations in New
270
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Hillsboroughaddresses and answers
279
April
284
Letter of Sir William Johnson to Colonel Bradstreethis grant on the Delaware
287
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Hillsboroughgranting of lands
293
June
298
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of HillsboroughJudge Livingstons case c
299
Lelter of Governor Tryon the Earl of HillsboroughCanada claimants
310
Letter of Judge Livingston to the Earl of Dartmouthhis exclusion from a seat in the Assembly being
319
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to Governor TryonNew Jersey boundaryCanada c
337
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to LieutenantGovernor Coldenno salaries for LieutenantGovernors
347
Letter of the Lords of Trade to Governor Tryonobservations on NewYork bills for laws
354
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to Sir William Johnsonconfederacy of the savages
360
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of DartmouthNewYork acts
369
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmouth
377
nouth to the Governors in North America
388
Letter of the Lords of Trade to the Committee of Privy Council
401
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to Governor Tryon censuring severely his conduct respecting granting
404
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmouthconflagration at Fort George
407
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to Governor Tryonno final resolution yet taken respecting
413
Letter of Sir William Johnson to the Earl of Dartmouth recommending his soninlaw Colonel
419
troops c
514
Letter of the Earl of Dartmouth to LieutenantGovernor ColdenBennington disturbances c 614
515
November Proceedings at a Congres held by the Six Nations with their dependents at Onondaga
524
Letter of LieutenantGovernor Colden to the Earl of Dartmouthopening of the sessionaddresses 630
531
Letter of the Earl of Hillsborough to the Governorsletters from the Secretaries of State to them
536
Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to the Governor of New York c resolution of Parliament
542
Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson to the Earl of DartmouthIndian affairs 648
549
Letter from the Earl of Hillsborough to Governor Moore_Indian affairs representation of the
551
Proceedings of Colonel Guy Johnson with the Cayugas and several of the Six Nations at Guy Park
556
Warrant to LieutenantColonel McLean to raise a regiment in the Colonies
562
July
568
Proceedings of tlie Commissioners of the Twelve United Colonies with the Six Nations
606
September S Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmoathdisturbances on the 22d AugustCaptain Van
631
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmouth
638
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmouthfort on the Hudson Ac
644
716
649
Decen ber 18 Certi6caleof the Pittsfield Committee against law proceedings AcPeter Van Schaack
652
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmouthbattle of Quebecplan for Indian operations Ac
664
Speech of Captain Brant Thayendenegeh accompanied by Oteronghyanento a warrior both of
670
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George Germaindissolution of the Assemblymilitary movements
676
Declaration of Deputy Commissary Thomas Gumershall relative to affairs on the Mohawk river c
684
Letter of Mr Alexander Colden Postmaster at NewYork to Mr Anthony Toddfactions in
689
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George Germainaffairs in New York
691
July
693
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George Germain
698
July
705
Letter of Governor Tryon to Secretary Knoxnecessity of exciting the Indians against the rebels
707
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George GermainSir William Erskines good conduct at Danbury c
713
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George Germainhis anxiety to return to England c
723
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George GermainProvincial corps c
735
Letter of Colonels Bolton and Butler to Major General Clinton
742
Letter of Lord George Germain to Governor Tryonmeasures against France c
748
327
751
Letter of Lord George Gerinain to Governor Tryonhis conduct approved
754
Letter of Governor Tryon to Lord George GermainNewYork records
760
Letter of Lord George Germain to Governor Tryonmeasures against the enemy
766
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of DartmouthIndian land purchasesregulations for the quit
768
June
772
Letter of Governor Tryon to the Earl of Dartmouthferment in NewYork respecting the importation
785
Letter of Governor Robertson to Lord George GermainFrench armamentstate of preparations
790
July
793
Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson to Lord George Germainservices of the Indianstheir disposition
796
Letter of Governor Robertson to Secretary Knoxprospects of the royalists c
802
Letter of Lord George Germain to Governor Robertsonthe Kings satisfaction at his conductthe
808

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