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Provincial papers. Documents and records relating to the province of New-Hampshire, from the earliest period of its settlement: 1623-1686. Volume I
New Hampshire. General Court
Concord, G. E. Jenks, state printer (publisher), 1867
Provincial and state papers, Volume 1
Imprint varies: v. 2-4, Manchester, J. B. Clarke, state printer; v. 5, 7, Nashua, O. C. Moore, state printer; v. 6, Manchester, J. M. Campbell, state printer.
I. 1623-1686.--II. 1686-1722.--III. 1692-1722, containing the "journal of the Council and General assembly."--IV. 1722-1737, containing important records and papers, pertaining to the settlement of the boundary lines between New-Hampshire and Massachusetts.--V. 1738-1749, containing ... records and papers relating to the expedition against Louisbourg, 1745.--VI. 1749-1763, containing ... records and papers relating to the Crown Point expedition, and the "Seven years French and Indian wars."--VII. 1764-1776, including the whole administration of Gov. John Wentworth; the events immediately proceding the revolutionary war; the losses at the battle of Bunker Hill, and the record of all proceedings till the end of our provincial history.
|Subjects||New Hampshire -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources|
|Contributors||Bouton, Nathaniel, 1799-1878|