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Correspondence of Governor Sharpe, 1757-1761
Volume 9, Preface 9   View pdf image (33K)
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        "Colo." Stanwix is meant.

        “Neutrals.” The Acadians or Neutral French.

        She veralty”: sheriffalty.

        ‘I'he son here referred to was Charles Carroll of

             Page 18. Sir John St. Clair was shot through the body at Braddock's

        defeat on the Monongahela.

             Page 27, line 6. Livingston means that he expects soon to be a

        prisoner in Montreal.

             Page 27, line 33.

             Page 34, line 29.

             Page 39, line 1.

             Page 46, line 24.


             Page 52, line 32. “Stroud.” A coarse cloth used for blankets.

             Page 58, line 29. Letter torn: “prevent” probably the lost word.

             Page 59, line 20. Letter torn.

             Page 87, line 17. This report of St. Clair's death was an error.

             Page 112, line 29. “R. A. Rt.” Royal American regiment.

             Page 1 28, line 36. “Rudity,” sic. Though always an antinomian in

        matters of spelling and grammar, Calvert is more than usually chaotic

        in this letter.

             Page 129, line 12. “Vouage.” Calvert prefers this spelling for





        of Loudoun.

             Page 158, line 47. Letter torn.

             Page 159, line 18.

             Page 159, lines 31, 44. The words in brackets are supplied conjec


        136, line 4.

        144, line 4.

        155, line 4.

        “Abbities.” Probably “abilities,” or “aptitudes.”

        Blank in original.

        The “revolution” referred to was the sudden recall

        Page 166, line 9.

        Page 166, line 27.

        spelling are faithfully

        Page 166, line 42.

        Page 167, line 4.

        Page 167, line 4.

        Page 167, line 9.

        Page 167, line 27.

        Page ‘75, line 41.

        word, apparently omitted.

        Page 1 76, lines 26, 27. “deliberate,” “ hesitate,” sic.

        Page 192, line 3. “coin,” sic.












































                       Copy torn.

                       “mavies” for “m'aviez.” These eccentricities of

                       copied from the original autograph.

                       “sent” for “sont.”

                       “Pitters”for “Peters.”

                       “Houck.” Sandy Hook.

                       “dheuroppe” for “d'Europe.”

                       “la Ambelie” for “l'a embellie.”

                       “that they are not.” “disposed,” or some similar



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