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Correspondence, 1758-1768.

Author: Francis Fauquier
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Official correspondence (1756-1768) of Francis Fauquier mostly between London and Williamsburg includes instructions, orders, commissions, depositions, circular letters, accounts for quit rents, lists of vessels with grains (1762) and payroll of recruits (1762). Subjects include Cherokee Indian affairs, military and troop matters, taxation, the College of William and Mary, privateering (1761), shipping, the Don  Read more...
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Named Person: George Washington; William Pitt, Earl of Chatham; William Byrd; Jeffery Amherst Amherst, Baron; William Henry Lyttleton Lyttelton, Baron; William Johnson, Sir; William Petty Lansdowne, Marquis of; George Montagu-Dunk Halifax, Earl of; Wills Hills Downshire, Marquis of; Pedro Bermudez
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Fauquier
OCLC Number: 26924538
Notes: Compiled from originals in many repositories.
Reproduction Notes: Transcript. Williamsburg, Va. : Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
Description: 6 v. ; 28 cm.

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Official correspondence (1756-1768) of Francis Fauquier mostly between London and Williamsburg includes instructions, orders, commissions, depositions, circular letters, accounts for quit rents, lists of vessels with grains (1762) and payroll of recruits (1762). Subjects include Cherokee Indian affairs, military and troop matters, taxation, the College of William and Mary, privateering (1761), shipping, the Don Pedro Bermudez/Norfolk riot affair (1761-1762) and the House of Burgesses. Correspondents include George Washington, William Pitt, William Byrd, Sir Jeffrey Amherst, William Henry Lyttelton, Sir William Johnson, the Earl of Shelburne, Earl of Halifax and Earl of Hillsborough.

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