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1711, O&. 8.
Earl of Dartmouth's letter to gov. 1710. Aug.
ernor Hunter. Premieres propositions de la France. 1711, Apr, 22.
6 Lamberty, 669, 2 Mem. Am.
341. Keponses de la France aux demand.
es preliminaries de la GrandeBretagne. 6 Lamb. 671. 2 Mem.
Sept. 27. ulieres de la Grande-Bretagne, a
1711,7 vec les reponses. 2 Mem. dl’Am.
1711, de-Bretagne. 2 Mem. Am. 356. The Queen's instructions to the Bish- 1711, Dec. 23. ор
of Bristol and Earl of Stafford, her plenipotentiaries, to treat for a general peace. 6 Lamberty, 744.
2. Mem. Am. 358. A memorial of Mr. St. John to the May 24.
1712 Marquis de Torci, with regard to
June 10, North America, to commerce, and to the suspension of arms. 7. Recueil deLamberty 161, 2 Mem.
de l'Amer. 376. Reponse du roi de France au memo. 1712, June 10.
ire de Londress. 7. Lamberty. p.
173. 2. Mem. Am. 380. Traite pour une suspension d'armes 1712, Aug. 19
entre Louis XIV. roi de France & Anne, reine de la Grande-Bretagne, fait a Paris. 8. Corps Diplom. part. 1, p. 308. 2. Mem. d' Am. 104.
1712, Sep. 10. Offers of France to England, de
mands of England, and the an'swers of France. 7. Rec. de Lamb.
491. 2 Mem. Am: 390. Traite de paix & d'amitie entre Lou.
is XIV. roi de France, & Anne, April 11.
reine de la Grande-Bretagne, fait
merce entre Louis XIV. roi de April 11.
France, & Anne, reine de la Grande-Bretagne. Fait a Utrecht. 8 Corps Dipl. part 1. p. 345. 2
Mem. de l'Am. 137. 1726.
A treaty with the Indians. 1728, Jan. The petition of the representatives
of the province of New Jersey, to
of Connecticut to that of New
York. 1732, June 9-20 The charter granted by George II. 2
for Georgia. 4. Mem. de l'Am.
617. Petition of Lord Fairfax, that a com
mission might issue for running and marking the dividing line be. tween his district and the pro
vince of Virginia. 1733, Nov. 29. Order of the king in council for com
missioners to survey and settle
the said dividing line between the
proprietary and royal territory. Report of the Lords of trade relating
to the separating the government 1736, Aug. 5. of the province of New York. Sm.
N. J. 423.
sioners appointed on the part of
fax. Survey and report of the commissioners appointed on the part of
1737, Aug. 11 lord Fairfax to settle the line be
tween the crown and him. Order of reference of the surveys be.
tween the crown and lord Fairfax 1738, Dec. 21. to the council for plantation af
fairs. Treaty with the Indians of the six nations at Lancaster.
1744, June. Report of the council for plantation affairs, fixing the head springs of
1745, Apr. 6. Rappahanoc and Patowmac, and a
commission to extend the line. Order of the king in council con
firming the said report of the coun- 1745, Apr. II.
cil for plantation affairs.
a la paix, sisnes a Aix-la-Chapelle
Mem. de l'Am. 159.
de la Grande-Bretagne, & des
Provinces-Unies des Pays-Bas, pour rectifier les articles I. & II. des preliminaires. 2 Mem. Am.
165. 1748,04, 7-8. The general and definitive treaty of
peace concluded, at Aix-la-Chapelle: Lon. Mag. 1748. 503
French. 2 Mem. Am. 169. 1754.
A treaty with the Indians. 1568, Aug. 7 A conference between governor Ber .
nard and Indian nations at Bur
lington. Sm. N. J. 449. 1758, O&. 8.
A conference between governor Den.
ny, governor Bernard, and others, and Indian nations at Easton. Sm.
N. J. 455. 1759. Ley 25The capitulation of Niagara.
The king's proclamation promising
lands to soldiers. 1763, Feb. 10. The definitive treaty concluded, at 3. G. 3.
Paris. Lon. Mag. 1763. 149.' 1763, Oét , 7. A proclamation for regulating the
cessions made by the last treaty
of peace. Guth. Geogr. Gram:623. 1763.
The king's proclamation against-set
tling on any lands on the waters
westward of the Alleghaney: 1768, Nov. 3. Deed from the six nations of Indi
ans to William Trent, and others for lands betwixt the Ohio and Monongahela. View of the title to Indiana. Phil. Steiner and Cist,
Deed from the six nations of Indians 1768, Nov. 5.
to the crown for certain lands and settling a boundary. M. S.
THE preceding sheets having been submitted to niy friend Mr. Charles Thompson, Secretary of Congress, he has furnished me with the following observations, which have too much merit not to be communicated.
(A) p. 24. Besides the three channels of communication mentioned between the western waters and the Atlantic, there are two others to which the Pennsylvanians are turning their attention; one from Presque-Isle, on Lake Erie, to Le Bæuf, down the" Alleghaney to Kiskimintas, then up the Kiskimintas, and from thence, by a small portage, to Juniata, which falls into the Susquehanna : the other from Lake Ontario to the East Branch of the Dela. ware, and down that to Philadelphia. Both these are said to be very practicable : and,.considering the enterprising temper of the Pennsylvanians, and particularly of the merchants of Philadelphia, whose object is concentered in promoting the commerce and trade of one city, it is not improbable but one or both of these communications will be opened and improved.