The History of the late war, from the commencement of hostilities in 1749, to the definitive treaty of peace in 1763

Layoutgetreues Digitalisat der Ausg.: Glasgow : Archibald MacLean Junior, 1765 Zentralbibliothek Sign.: VIId C 468 o (Raubgut)

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Main Author: MacLean, Archibald (Drucker)
Format: Book
Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2010
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Table of Contents:
I. Inquiry into the original cause of disagreement. Encroachment of the French upon Nova Scotia. … (1754)
II. Naval transactions. Defeat of general Braddock, with other American affairs. … (1756)
III. Preparations at Toulon to reduce Minorca. Noise of invading Britain, with its effects … (1749-1756)
IV. Chages of Britsh ministry. Battle of Richenberg, Prague … Affairs in America. … (1757)
V. Expedition to the cast of Africa. Affairs in Asia. Affairs in America. … (1758)
VI. American affairs, viz. The taking of Quebec, Crown-Point, Ticonderoga … Naval and domestic affairs. (1759)
VII. Affairs in Germany. Transactions in Asia. Affairs in America … (1760)
VIII. Affairs in Germany, viz. Colberg taken by the Russians … Negotiations for peace… (1761)
IX. Britain declares war against Spain. … Affairs in Germany. Negotiations for peace. (1762)
X. The Definitive Treaty of Friendship and Peace between his Brittanic Majesty, … and the King of Spain. (1763)