Addenda
April 1690

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J. W. Fortescue (editor)

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1901

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'Addenda: April 1690', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 13: 1689-1692 (1901), pp. 760. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=70738 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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April 1690

April 11.2,766. Robert Livingston to the Governor and General Court of Connecticut. Not long since I and another were commissioned from Albany to ask for your help against the French and Indians. We now come to tell you that in compliance with your wishes we have made over the fort at Albany to Leisler's troops, and we now beg you to send more men as soon as you can, and to use all your influence to forward the expedition against Quebec. Here follows copy of the negotiations abstracted in No. 825. The whole, 6 pp. [America and West Indies. 578. No. 120A.]
April 24.
Whitehall.
2,767. Order of the King in Council. Referring the petition of Daniel Cox and others, praying for a grant of territory in North America between latitude 36½ and 35½, to Lords of Trade and Plantations for report. Signed. Rich. Colinge. ½ p. Endorsed. Read 22nd Aug., 90. [Board of Trade. New England, 5. No. 87.]


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