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Title: Historical collections of Virginia : containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, &c., relating to its history and antiquities, together with geographical and statistical descriptions : to which is appended, an historical and descriptive sketch of the District of Columbia : illustrated by over 100 engravings, giving views of the principal towns, seats of eminent men, public buildings, relics of antiquity, historic localities, natural scenery, etc., etc.
Author: Howe, Henry, 1816-1893.
Publication Info: Charleston, S.C. : Babcock & Co., 1845.
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Index.
General or Outline History.
• ... CHAPTER VI. EVENTS FROM TIlE YEAR 1705 TO THE TERMINATION OF THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR. Gov. Nicholson superseded by Nott, and he by Jennings.-Administration of Gov. ...
• .......... Page 88 CHAPTER VII. FROM THE TERMINATION OF THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR TO THE SURRENDER OF CORNWALLIS. Encroachments of Britain upon the American col ...
General Or Outline History.
Chapter VI. Events From the Year 1705 to the Termination [...]
• ...olonies. CHAPTER VI. EVENTS FROM THE YEAR 1705 TO THE TERMINATION OF THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR. Gov. Nicholson superseded by Nott, and he by Jenn ...
• ...evacuated.-End of the War. THE first half of the eighteenth century, to the breaking out of the French and Indian war, is extremely barren of incident in the history of Virginia. Very little more ...
Chapter VII. From the Termination of the French and Indian [...]
• ... 1762, put an end to the war. CHAPTER VII. FROM THE TERMINATION OF THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR TO THE SUR RENDER OF CORNWALLIS. Encroachments of Brit ...
Carrol.
• ... a revolutionary officer of high merit, was born in Caroline. He early distinguished himself in the French and Indian war. Upon the assembling of the Virginia troops at Williamsburg in 1775, consequen ...
Hanover.
• ...he discharge of pastoral duties. The country was alarmed and agitated to the highest degree, by the French and Indian war. At this time he delivered several patriotic sermons, one of which, under the ...
James City.
• ...hing incident in the life of Washington, who, (says Wirt,) after closing his glorious career in the French and Indian war, was complimented by the speaker, Mr. Robinson, for his gallantry; but in such ...
Logan.-- Loudon.
• ...r of the Earl of Loudon. commander of the military affairs in America during the latter part of the French and Indian war. It is about 28 miles long, and 22 broad. The Blue Ridge, forming its western ...
• ...ademy recently erected, 1 newspaper printing-office, and a population of about 1500. During the French and Indian war, Braddock's army passed through here. Traces of the road cut by them are sti ...
Rockingham.
• ...oah valley was almost exclusively settled by Germans from Pennsylvania, a few years previous to the French and Indian war. The manner of living among the primitive settlers of the valley of Shenandoah ...
Shenandoah.
• ...lly spoken among them, and is now, to a considerable extent. A traveller in this section during the French and Indian war, draws a glowing description of their condition. He says: The low groun ...
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