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Shorte and briefe narration of the two navigations and discoveries to the northweast partes called Newe Fraunce [microform] : first translated out of French into Italian by that famous learned man Gio : Bapt : Ramutius, and now turned into English by John Florio; worthy the reading of all venturers, travellers, and discoverers1580
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Cartier1598
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LescarbotNova Francia, or The description of that part of New France which is one continent with Virginia [microform] : described in the three late voyages and plantation made by Monsieur de Monts, Monsieur du Pont-Gravé, and Monsieur de Poutrincourt, into the countries called by the French men La Cadie, lying to southwest of Cape Breton : together with an excellent severall treatie of all the commodities of the said countries, and maners of the naturall inhabitants of the same1609
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ChamplainVoyages de la Nouuelle France occidentale, dicte Canada, faits par le sr de Champlain Xainctongeois, capitaine pour le roy en la marine du Ponant, & toutes les descouuertes qu'il a faites en ce païs depuis l'an 1603. iusques en l'an 1629. ... auec vn traitté des qualitez & conditions requises à vn bon & parfaict nauigateur pour cognoistre la diuersité des estimes qui se font en la nauigation ... ensemble vne carte generalle de la description dudit pays faicte en son meridien selon la declinaison de la guide aymant, & vn catechisme ou instruction traduicte du françois au langage des peuples sauuages de quelque contrée, auec ce qui s'est passé en ladite Nouuelle France en l'année 16311632
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BrébeufVoyages de la Nouvelle-France occidentale, dicte Canada, faits par le Sr de Champlain,.. : où se voit comme ce pays a esté premièrement descouvert par les François1632
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Le JeuneRelation de ce qui s'est passé en la Nouvelle France en l'année 1638 [microforme] : envoyée au R. Pere provincial de la Compagnie de Jésus en la province de France1638
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ChamplainVoyages de la Nouuelle France occidentale, dite Canada: faits par le sr de Champlain Xainctongeois, Capitaine pour le roy en la marine du Ponant, & toutes les descouuertes qu'il a faites en ce païs depuis l'an 1603. iusques en l'an 1629. ... auec vn traicté des qualitez & conditions requises à vn bon & parfait nauigateur pour cognoistre la diuersité des estimes qui se font en la nauigation ... ensemble vne carte generale de la description dudit pays faite en son meridien, selon la declinaison de la guide-aymant; & vn catechisme ou instruction traduite du françois au langage des peuples sauuages de quelque contrée: auec ce qui s'est passé en ladite Nouuelle France en l'année 16311640
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Le JeuneRelation de ce qui s'est passé en la Nouvelle France en l'année M. DC. XL. [microforme] : envoyée au R.P. provincial de la Compagnie de Jesus de la province de France 1641
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VimontRelation de ce qui s'est passé en la Nouuelle France en l'annee 1642. & 1643. Enuoyée au r.p. Iean Filleau prouincial de la Compagnie de Iesus, en la prouince de France1644
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VimontRelation de ce qui s'est passé en la Nouvelle France, és années 1644 & 1645 [microforme] : envoyee au R. pere provincial de la Compagnie de Jesus en la province de France par le P. Barthelemy Vimont de la mesme compagnie, superieur de la residence de Kebec 1646
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LalemantRelation de ce qui s'est passé de plus remarquable és missions des peres de la Compagnie de Jesus, en la Nouvelle France, es annees 1647. & 1648 [microforme] : envoyée au R.P. provincial de la province de France1649
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DonckBeschrijvinghe van Virginia, Nieuw Nederlandt, Nieuw Engelandt, en d'eylanden Bermudes, Berbados, en S. Christoffel. Dienstelijck voor elck een derwaerts handelende, en alle voort-planters van nieuw colonien1651
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BlandDiscovery of New Brittaine : began August 27, Anno Dom. 16501651
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HornGeorgi Horni De originibus americanis libri quatuor1652
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Le MercierCopie de deux lettres enuoiées de la Nouuelle France, au Pere Procureur des Missions de la Compagnie de Iesus en ces contrées1656
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GendronQuelques particularitez du pays des Hurons en la Nouvelle France1660
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CasasRegionvm Indicarum per Hispanos olim devastatarum accuratissima descriptio, insertis Figuris æneis ad vivum fabrefactis1664
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BlomeDescription of the island of Jamaica; with the other isles and territories in America, to which the English are related, viz. Barbadoes, St. Christophers, Nievis or Mevis, Antego, St. Vincent, Dominica, Montserrat, Anguilla, Barbada, Bermudes, Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, New-York, New England, New-Foundland1672
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DablonRelation de ce qui s'est passé de plus remarquable aux missions des pères de la Compagnie de Jésus en la Nouvelle France, les années 1671 & 1672 [microforme] : envoyée au R.P. Jean Pinette, provincial de la province de France1673
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HennepinDescription de la Louisiane [microforme] : nouvellement découverte au sud'oüest de la Nouvelle-France, par ordre du roy : avec la carte du pays : les moeurs et la manière de vivre des sauvages; dediée à Sa Majesté 1683
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SansonL'Europe [l'Asie, l'Afrique, l'Amerique] en plusieurs cartes, e n plusieurs cartes, et en divers traittés de geographie et d'histoire1683
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BlomeL'Amérique angloise, ou Description des isles et terres du roi d'Angleterre, dans l'Amérique1688
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Le ClercqEtablissement de la foy dans la Nouvelle France [microforme] : contenant l'histoire des colonies françoises, & des découvertes, qui s'y sont faites jusques à présent : avec une relation exacte des expeditions & voyages entrepris pour la découverte du fleuve Mississippi jusques au golfe de Mexique; par ordre du roy; sous la conduite du sieur de la Salle, & de ses diverses avantures jusques à sa mort : ensemble les victoires remportées en Canada sur les Anglois & Iroquois en 1690, par les armées de Sa Majesté sous le commandement de Monsieur le comte de Frontenac gouverneur & lieutenant general de la Nouvelle France 1691
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Le ClercqNouvelle relation de la Gaspesie, : qui contient les murs & la religion des sauvages Gaspesiens Porte-Croix, adorateurs du soleil, & d'autres peuples de l'Amerique Septentrionale, dit [sic] le Canada 1691
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Le ClercqPremier etablissement de la foy dans la Nouvelle France [microforme] : contenant la publication de l'Evangile, l'histoire des colonies françoises, & les fameuses découvertes depuis le fleuve de Saint Laurent, la Loüisiane & le fleuve Colbert jusqu'au golphe Mexique ... : avec les victoires remportées en Canada par les armes de Sa Majesté sur les Anglois & les Iroquois en 16901691
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Le ClercqNouvelle relation de la Gaspesie, : qui contient les murs & la religion des sauvages Gaspesiens Porte-Croix, adorateurs du soleil, & d'autres peuples de l'Amerique Septentrionale, dit [sic] le Canada 1692
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MordenGeography rectified; or, A description of the world, in all its kingdoms, provinces, countries ...1693
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TontiDernieres decouvertes dans l'Amerique septentrionale de M. de La Sale [microforme]1697
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HennepinNouvelle decouverte d'un tres grand pays situé dans l'Amérique, entre le Nouveau Mexique et la mer glaciale [microforme] : avec les cartes & les figures necessaires & de plus l'histoire naturelle & morale, & les avantages qu'on en peut tirer par l'établissement des colonies : le tout dedie a Sa Majesté Britannique Guillaume III 1697
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TontiAccount of Monsieur de la Salle's last expedition and discoveries in North America [microform] : presented to the French King and published by the Chevalier Tonti, governor of Fort St. Louis, in the province of the Illinois, made English from the Paris original, also The adventures of the Sieur De Montauban, captain of the French bucaneers on the coast of Guinea, in the year 1695 1698
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ThomasHistorical and geographical account of the province and country of Pensilvania; and of West-New-Jersey in America1698
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HennepinNouvelle decouverte d'un tres grand pays situé dans l'Amérique, entre le Nouveau Mexique, et la Mer Glaciale, avec les cartes, & les figures necessaires, & de plus l'histoire naturelle & morale, & les avantages, qu'on en peut tirer par l'établissem1698
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HennepinNew discovery of a vast country in America, extending above four thousand miles, between New France & New Mexico; with a description [!] of the Great lakes, cataracts, rivers, plants, and animals 1699
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SansonL'Amerique, en plusieurs cartes nouvelles, et exactes, &c. en divers traitez de geographie, et d'histoire [microforme] : là où sont descrits succinctement, & avec une belle methode, & facile ses empires, ses monarchies, ses estats, &c.1700
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PastoriusUmständige geographische Beschreibung der zu allerletzt erfundenen Provintz Pensylvaniæ, in denen end-gräntzen Americæ in der West-Welt gelegen, / durch Franciscum Danielem Pastorium ... Worbey angehencket sind einige notable Begebenheiten, / und bericht-schreiben an dessen Herzn Vattern Melchiorem Adamum Pastorium, und andere gute Freunde1700
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LahontanNew voyages to North-America. : Containing an account of the several nations of that vast continent; their customs, commerce, and way of navigation upon the lakes and rivers; the several attempts of the English and French to dispossess one another; with the reasons of the miscarriage of the former; and the various adventures between the French, and the Iroquese confederates of England, from 1683 to 1694. A geographical description of Canada, and a natural history of the country, with remarks upon their government, and the interest of the English and French in their commerce. Also a dialogue between the author and a general of the savages, giving a full view of the religion and strange opinions of those people; with an account of the authors retreat to Portugal and Denmark, and his remarks on those courts. To which is added, a dictionary of the Algonkine language, which is generally spoke in North-America. Illustrated with twenty three mapps and cutts.1703
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LahontanNouveaux voyages de Mr. le baron de Lahontan, dans l'Amerique Septentrionale. : Qui contiennent une relation des differens peuples qui y habitent, la nature de leur gouvernement, leur commerce, leur coûtume, leur religion, & leur maniere de faire la guerre. L'intérêt des François & des Anglois dans le commerce qu'ils font avec ces nations, l'avantage que l'Angleterre peut retirer dans ce païs, étant en guerre avec la France. Le tout enrichi de cartes & de figures 1704
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LahontanVoyages du baron de La Hontan dans l'Amerique Septentrionale1705
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MarquetteOntdekking van eenige landen en volkeren in 't noorder-gedeelte van America door P. Marquette en Joliet gedaan in het jaar 1673 [microform] : beschrijvende den Gods-dienst, feesten, 't danssen van den Calumet, ook den aart, zeden, gewoontens en levens-manier van de bewoonders van de Dwase Haver, de Miamis, Maskoutenten, ... als mede de bouwing hunner vlekken, dorpen, hutten ... 1707
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OldmixonBritish empire in America, containing the history of the discovery, settlement, progress and present state of all the British colonies on the continent and islands of America. With curious maps done from the newest surveys1708
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LawsonNew voyage to Carolina; : containing the exact description and natural history of that country: together with the present state thereof. And a journal of a thousand miles, travel'd thro' several nations of Indians. Giving a particular account of their customs, manners, &c.1709
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Four kings of Canada : being a succint account of the four Indian princes lately arriv'd from North America. With a particular description of their country, their strange and remarkable religion, feasts, marriages, burials, remedies for their sick, customs, manners, constitution, habits, sports, war, peace, policy, hunting, fishing, utensils belonging to the savages, with several other extraordinary things worthy observation, as to the natural or curious productions, beauty, or fertility of that part of the world1710
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JoutelJournal historique Du dernier voiage que Monsieur de la Salle à fait dans L'amerique Septentrionale [manuscript] : Ou l'on voit l'histoire de sa mort, Et plusieurs circonstances tres curieuses du nouveau monde, non encore mises En lumiere.1712
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Letter from a West-India merchant to a gentleman at Tunbridg, concerning that part of the French proposals, which relates to North-America, and particularly Newfoundland. With some thoughts on their offers about our trade to Spain and the West-Indies: and an abstract of the Assiento1712
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JoutelJournal historique du dernier voyage que feu M. de LaSale fit dans le golfe de Mexique, pour trouver l'embouchure, & le cours de la riviere de Missicipi, nommeé à present la riviere de Saint Loüis, qui traverse la Louisiane : où l'on voit l'histoire tragique de sa mort, & plusieurs choses curieuses du Nouveau monde 1713
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JoutelJournal of the last voyage perform'd by Monsr. de La Sale, to the Gulph of Mexico : to find out the mouth of the Missisipi River ; containing an account of the settlements he endeavour'd to make on the coast of the aforesaid bay, his unfortunate death, and the travels of his companions for the space of eight hundred leagues across that inland country of America, now call'd Louisiana (and given by the king of France to M. Crozat,) till they came to Canada 1714
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JoutelMr. Joutel's journal of his voyage to Mexico [microform] : his travels eight hundred leagues through forty nations of Indians in Louisiana to Canada, his account of the great river Missasipi [sic] : to which is added a map of that country, with a description of the great waterfalls in the river Misouris1719
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DefoeChimera, or, The French way of paying national debts laid open [microform] : being an impartial account of the proceedings in France, for raising a paper credit and settling the Mississipi stock 1720
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WalkerFull account of the late expedition to Canada [microform] : with an appendix containing commissions, orders, instructions, letters, memorials, courts martial, councils of war, &c. relating thereto1720
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BernardRelations de la Louisiane, et du fleuve Mississipi : où l'on voit l'état de ce grand Païs & les avantages, qu'il peut produire &c1720
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SmithSome considerations on the consequences of the French settling colonies on the Mississippi, with respect to the trade and safety of the English plantations in America and the West-Indies1720
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LawAanmerkingen over den koophandel en het geldt / gelegen in Noordt-America, aan de mondt van de groote Rivier Mississippi ; benevens een berigt, van de nieuwe Fransche Indische Compagnie, en eenige aanmerkingen, over den tegenwoordigen Handel in actien ; met authentyke stukken voorsien door P.J.M1721
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GrayMemoirs, life and character of the great Mr. law and his brother at Paris [microform] : down to this present year 1721, with an accurate and particular account of the establishment of the Missisippi [sic] Company in France, the rise and fall of its stock, and all the subtle artifices used to support the national credit of that kingdom by the pernicious project of paper-credit1721
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Bacqueville de la PotherieHistoire de l'Amérique septentrionale [microforme] : contenant le voyage du Fort de Nelson, dans la Baie d'Hudson à l'extrémité de l'Amerique, le premier établissement des Français dans ce vaste pays, la prise dudit Fort de Nelson, la description du fleuve de Saint Laurent, le gouvernement de Québec, des Trois-Rivières & de Montréal, depuis 1534 jusqu'à 17011722
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Bacqueville de la PotherieVoyage de l'Amerique, : contenant ce qui s'est passé de plus remarquable dans l'Amerique Septentrionale depuis 1534 jusqu'à present. Divisé en quatre tomes, enrichi de figures 1723
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LafitauMurs des sauvages ameriquains, comparées aux murs des premiers temps1724Lots of plates
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LavalVoyage de la Louisiane, fait par ordre du roy en l'année mil sept cent vingt: dans lequel sont traitées diverses matières de physique, astronomie, géographie et marine : l'on y a joint les Observations sur la refraction, faitesà Marseille, avec des reflexions sur ces observations ; divers voyages faits pour la crooection de la carte de la côte de Provence ; des Reflexions sufr quelques points du sisteme de m. Newton1728
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LahontanNew voyages to North-America : containing an account of the several nations of that vast continent ... the several attempts of the English and French to dispossess one another ... and the various adventures between the French, and the Iroquese confederates of England, from 1683 to 1694 ; a geographical description of Canada ... with remarks upon their government ... ; also a dialogue between the author and a general of the savages ... with an account of the author's retreat to Portugal and Denmark, and his remarks on those courts. ; to which is added, a dictionary of the Algonkine language, which is generally spoke in North-America ; illustrated with twenty-three maps and cuts1735
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CoxeCollection of voyages and travels in three parts : Part I, the dangerous voyage of Capt. Thomas James in attempting to discover a North-west passage to the South Sea... Part II, the Sieur Pointis' voyage to America... Part III, a description of the anglish province of Carolana... ; with a large and judicious preface proving the right of the English to that county... ; collected from authentic journals, travels, etc. of the English in that county, the originals of which are now in the possession of Dr. Coxe at Richmond in Surrey1741
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CrespelVoiages du ... Emmanuel Crespel, dans le Canada, et son naufrage en revenant en France1742
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DobbsAccount of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay, in the north-west part of America: : containing a description of their lakes and rivers, the nature of the soil and climates, and their methods of commerce, &c. shewing the benefit to be made by settling colonies, and opening a trade in these parts; whereby the French will be deprived in a great measure of their traffick in furs, and the communication between Canada and Mississippi be cut off. With an abstract of Captain Middleton's journal, and observations upon his behaviour during his voyage, and since his return ... The whole intended to shew the great probability of a north-west passage, so long desired; and which (if discovered) would be of the highest advantage to these kingdoms1744
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CharlevoixHistoire et description generale de la Nouvelle France, avec le journal historique d'un voyage fait par ordre du roi dans l'Amérique septentrionnale1744
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Treaty held with the Indians of the Six Nations at Philadelphia, in July 1742. To which is prefix'd an account of the first confederacy of the Six nations, their present tributaries, dependents, and allies1744
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LadeVoyages du capitaine Robert Lade en differentes parties de l'Asis, et de l'Amerique1744
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Le SageAdventures of Robert Chevalier, call'd De Beauchene, captain of a privateer in New France1745
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SalmonModern History Or the Present State of All Nations1746vol. 3 only
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BrainerdMirabilia Dei inter Indicos, or, The rise and progress of a remarkable work of grace amongst a number of the Indians in the provinces of New Jersey and Pennsylvania : justly represented in a journal kept by order of the honourable Society (in Scotland) for Propagating Christian Knowledge ; with some general remarks1746
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ColdenHistory of the Five Indian Nations of Canada, : which are dependent on the province of New-York in America, and are the barrier between the English and French in that part of the world. With accounts of their religion, manners, customs, laws, and forms of government: their several battles and treaties with the European Nations; particular relations of their several wars with the other Indians; and a true account of the present state of our trade with them. In which are shewn the great advantage of their trade and alliance to the British nation, and the intrigues and attempts of the French to engage them from us; a subject nearly concerning all our American plantations, and highly meriting the consideration of the British nation at this juncture1747
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Treaty between the president and council of the province of Pennsylvania, and the Indians of Ohio, held at Philadelphia, Nov. 13, 1747.1748
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Treaty held by commissioners, members of the Council of the province of Pennsylvania, at the town of Lancaster, with some chiefs of the Six Nations at Ohio and others, for the admission of the Twightwee Nation into the alliance of his majesty, & c., in the month of July, 17481748
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EllisVoyage to Hudson's-Bay : by the Dobbs Galley and California, in the years 1746 and 1747, for discovering a north west passage ; with an accurate survey of the coast, and a short natural history of the country ; together with a fair view of the facts and arguments from which the future finding of such a passage is rendered probable1748
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ColdenHistory of the Five Indian Nations of Canada, : which are the barrier between the English and French in that part of the world. With particular accounts of their religion, manners, customs, laws, and government; their several battles and treaties with the European nations; their wars with the other Indians; and a true account of the present state of our trade with them. In which are shewn, the great advantage of their trade and alliance to the British nation; and the intrigues and attempts of the French to engage them from us; a subject nearly concerning all our American plantations, and highly meriting the consideration of the British nation1750
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CrespelEhrwürdigen Pater Emanuel Crespels merkwürdige Reisen nach Canada1751
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Maubert de GouvestLettres iroquoises1752
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Dumont de MontignyMémoires historiques sur la Louisiane, contenant ce qui y est arrivé de plus mémorable depuis l'année 1687. jusqu'à présent; avec l'établissement de la colonie francoise dans cette province de l'Amérique Septentrionale sous la direction de la Compagnie des Indes; le climat, la natur & les productions de ce pays; l'origine & la religion des sauvages qui l'habitent; leurs murs & leurs coutumes, &c1753Interesting plates
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Bacqueville de la PotherieHistoire de l'Amerique Septentrionale1753
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L'IsleNouvelles cartes des decouvertes de l'Amiral de Fonte, et autres navigateurs espagnols, portugais, anglois, hollandois, françois et russes, dans les mers septentrionales, avec leur explication [microforme] : qui comprend, l'histoire des voyages, tant par terre que par mer, dans la partie septentrionale de la terre ... l'histoire & les moeurs des habitans, le commerce que l'ont y peut faire, &c.1753
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Treaty held with the Ohio Indians at Carlisle, in October 17531753
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Account of a journey from Williamsburg to the French fort near the Lake Erri in Virginia1754
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WashingtonJournal of Major George Washington : sent by the Hon. Robert Dinwiddie, esq ; His Majesty's lieutenant-governor, and commander in chief of Virginia, to the commandant of the French forces on Ohio ; to which are added the Governor's letter and a translation of the French officer's answer ; with a new map of the country as far as the Mississippi 1754
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SmithBrief state of the province of Pennsylvania : in which the conduct of their assemblies for several years past is impartially examined, and the true cause of the continual encroachments of the French displayed, more especially the secret design of their late unwarrantable invasion and settlement upon the river Ohio ; to which is annexed, an early plan for restoring quiet in the public measures of that province, and defeating the ambitious views of the French in time to come 1755
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PalairetConcise description of the English and French possessions in North-America : for the better explaining of the map published with that1755
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PalairetDescription abrégée des possessions angloises et françoises du continent septentrional de l'Amérique, pour servir d'explication à la carte publiée sous ce même titre 1755
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French policy defeated : being, an account of all the hostile proceedings of the French, against the inhabitants of the British colonies in North America, for the last seven years ; also, the vigorous measures pursued both in England and America, to vindicate the rights of the British subjects; with an authentic account of the naval engagement off Newfoundland, and the taking of forts in the Bay of Fundy1755
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EvansGeographical, historical, political, philosophical and mechanical essays : the first, containing an analysis of a general map of the middle British colonies in America ; and of the country of the confederate Indians ; a description of the face of the country ; the boundaries of the confederates; and the maritime and inland navigations of the several rivers and lakes contained therein1755
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ColdenHistory of the Five Indian Nations of Canada, : which are dependent on the province of New-York in America, and are the barrier between the English and French in that part of the world. With particular accounts of their religion, manners, customs, laws, and forms of government; their several battles and treaties with the European Nations; their several wars with the other Indians; and a true account of the present state of our trade with them. In which are shewn the great advantage of their trade and alliance to the British nation, and the intrigues and attempts of the French to engage them from us; a subject nearly concerning all our American plantations, and highly meriting the attention of the British nation at this juncture1755
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ChaunceyLetter to a friend : giving a concise, but just, account, according to the advices hitherto received, of the Ohio-defeat ; and pointing out also the many good ends, this inglorious event is naturally adapted to promote ; or, shewing wherein it is fitted to advance the interest of all the American British colonies, to which is added, some general account of the New-England forces, with what they have already done, counter-balancing the above loss 1755
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Mémoires des Commissaires du roi et de ceux de Sa Majesté britannique, sur les possessions & les droits respectifs des deux couronnes en Amérique1755
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ClarkeObservations on the late and present conduct of the French, with regard to their encroachments upon the British colonies in North America : together with remarks on the importance of these colonies to Great-Britain1755
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State of the British and French colonies in North America : with respect to number of peoples, forces, forts, Indians, trade and other advantages...in two letters to a friend1755
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DouglassSummary, historical and political, of the first planting, progressive improvements, and present state of the British settlements in North-America1755
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Butel-DumontGeographische und historisch-politische Nachrichten von demjenigen Theil des Nördlichen Amerika um dessen Gränzen, zwischen den Franzosen und Engländern, gegenwärtig Krieg geführet wird [microform] : nebst einer Beschreibung der dasigen vortheilhaften Handlung und Beschaffenheit des Landes, besonders was Neuland oder Terreneuve, Akadien oder Neuschottland, Neuengland, Pensilvanien, Philadelphia, Carolina, Georgien, u.s.w. betrift 17562 plates and 1 map
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JohnsonAccount of conferences held, and treaties made, between Major-General Sir William Johnson, bart., and the chief sachems and warriours of the Mohawks, Oneidas, Onandagos, Cayugas, Senekas, Tuskaroras, Aughquageys, Skaniadaradighronos, Chugnuts, Mahickanders, Shawanese, Kanuskagos,Toderigbronos, and Oghquagoes ; Indian nations in North America at their meetings on different occasions at Fort Johnson, in the Colony of New York, in the years 1755 and 1756 : with a letter from the Rev. Mr. Hawley to Sir William Johnson, written at Defire of the Delaware Indians and a preface giving a short account of the Six Nations, some anecdotes of the life of Sir William, and notes illustrating the whole ; also an appendix containing an account of conferences between several Quakers in Philadelphia, and some of the heads of the Six nations, in April 17561756
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HuskeAllgemeine Amerikanische Kriegsgeschichte, an den Flüssen Ohio, St. Laurenz, St. Johann, [et]c. Oder: Gründliche Nachricht von den Angelegenheiten der Grosbrittanischen und Französischen Kronen, in Ansehung des gegenwärtigen Krieges in Nordamerika1756
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ShebbeareFourth letter to the people of England : on the conduct of the M----rs in alliances, fleets, and armies, since the first difference on the Ohio, to the taking of Minorca by the French1756
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GenetLe Peuple Instruit, Ou Les Alliances dans lesquelles les Ministres de la Grande-Bretagne ont engagé la Nation, & l'emploi qu'ils ont fait de ses Escadres & de ses Armées, depuis le commencement des troubles sur l'Ohio, jusqu'à la perte de Minorque, considérés dans une Quatriéme Lettre au Peuple d'Angleterre: 1756
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MoreauMémoire contenant le précis des faits, avec leurs pièces justificatives [sic] pour servir de réponse aux Observations envoyées par les ministres d'Angleterre, dans les cours de l'Europe1756
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ShebbearePeuple instruit, ou, Les alliances dans lesquelles les ministres de la Grande-Bretagne ont engagé la nation, & l'emploi qu'ils ont fait de ses escadres & de ses armées, depuis le commencement des troubles sur l'Ohio, jusqu'à la perte de Minorque, considérés dans une Quatriéme lettre au peuple d'Angleterre1756
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Treaty held with the Catawba and Cherokee Indians, at the Catawba-Town and Broad-River in the months of February and March 1756, by virue of a commission granted by the Honorable Robert Dinwiddie... published by order of the governor1756
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[Seven Years' War journal of the proceedings of the 35th Regiment of Foot1757
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