A narrative of an attempt made by the French of Canada upon the Mohaques country microform : being Indians under the protection of Their Majesties government of New York : to which is added, 1. An account of the present state, and strength of Canada, given by two Dutch-men, who have been prisoners there, and now made their escape, 2. The examination of a French prisoner, 3. His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher's speech to the Indians, 4. The answer of the five nations of the Mohaques to His Excellency, 5. Proposals made by the four chief sachims of the five nations, to His Excellency, and His Excellency's reply thereto, 6. An address from the corporation of Albany to His Excellency, returning thanks for His Excellency's early assistance for their relief, &c. / a journal kept by Coll. Nicholas Beyard and Lieut. Coll. Charles Lodwick, who attended His Excellency in this expedition.
|Main Author:||Bayard, Nicholas, 1644-1707.|
|Related Names:||Lodowick, Charles.|
[New York] : Printed and sold by William Bradford, 1693.
New York (State) > History > Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
United States > History > King William's War, 1689-1697.
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