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" Admiral had at this time brought up his large ships as intending to attack the Town. The French Officer returned at Night with Terms of Capitulation which with the Admiral were consider'd, agreed to, and signed, at 8 in the morning the 1 8'.h Instant. "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Page 561
1759
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Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain: From the Year 1727 ..., Volume 2

Robert Beatson - 1790
...hours "to capitulate, or no farther treaty. The Admiral had at " this time brought up his large fhips, as intending to attack the " town. The French officer returned at night with the terms " of capitulation ; which, with the Admiral, were confidered, " agreed to, and figned, at...
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History of Canada: From Its First Discovery, to the Year 1791, Volume 1

William Smith - 1815
...to capitulate, or no further Treaty. The Admiral had, at this time, brought up his large ships •t intending to attack the Town. The French officer returned at night with tlir term* of Capitulation { which, with the Admiral were considered, agreed to, am! signed, at eight...
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Hawkins's Picture of Quebec: With Historical Recollections

Alfred Hawkins - 1834 - 477 pages
...hours to capitulate, or no farther treaty. The Admiral had, at this time, brought up his large ships as intending to attack the town. The French officer...terms of capitulation ; which, with the Admiral, were considered, agreed to, and signed at <'i_.!it in the morning, the 18th instunt. The terms we granted,...
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Chelsea Hospital and Its Traditions

George Robert Gleig - 1838 - 465 pages
...hours to capitulate, or no further treaty. The admiral had at this time brought up his large ships, as intending to attack the town. The French officer...terms of capitulation, which with the admiral were considered, agreed to, and signed at eight in the morning of the 18th instant." The terms granted were,...
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Annual Report - Public Archives of Canada

Public Archives of Canada - 1898
...Hours to Capitulate or no farther Treaty. The Admiral h;id at this time brought up his large ships as intending to attack the Town. The French Officer...Terms of Capitulation which with the Admiral were considered agreed to and signed at 8 in ye Morning of yo 18th instant. The terms you find we granted...
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Report on Canadian Archives

Douglas Brymner, Public Archives of Canada - 1899
...four Hours to Capitulate or no farther Treaty. The Admiral hud at this time brought up his large ships as intending to attack the Town. The French Officer...Terms of Capitulation which with the Admiral were considered agreed to and signed at 8 in ye Morning of ye 18th instant. The terms you find we granted...
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Report

Public Archives of Canada - 1899
...four Hours to Capitulate or no farther Treaty. Tho Admiral had at this time brought up his large ships as intending to attack the Town. The French Officer...Terms of Capitulation which with the Admiral were considered agreed to and signed at 8 in ye Morning of ye 18th instant. The terms you find we granted...
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The Siege of Quebec and the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, Volume 4

Sir Arthur George Doughty, George William Parmelee - 1902
...hours to capitulate, or no farther treaty. The Admiral had, at this time, brought up his large ships as intending to attack the town. The French officer...returned at night with terms of capitulation ; which the General and the Admiral considered and agreed to. Articles of capitulation agreed on between Vice...
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Correspondence of William Pitt: When Secretary of State, with ..., Volume 1

William Pitt (Earl of Chatham) - 1906
...4 Hours to capitulate or no farther Treaty. The Admiral had at this time brought up his large ships as intending to attack the Town. The French Officer...Terms of Capitulation which with the Admiral were consider'd, agreed to, and signed, at 8 in the morning the 1 8'.h Instant. The Terms you find we granted...
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Correspondence of William Pitt: When Secretary of State, with ..., Volume 2

William Pitt (Earl of Chatham) - 1906
...capitulate or no farther Treaty. The Admira had at this time brought up his large ships as intending tc attack the Town. The French Officer returned at Night...Terms of Capitulation which with the Admiral were consider'd, agreed to, and signed, at 8 in the morning the 18* Instant. The Terms you find we granted...
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