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THE GENERAL HISTORY of the Late WAR:
Rife, Progress, and Event, ,
EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA, and AMERICA,
The State of the Belligerenc Powers at the Commence
ment of the War ; their Interests and Objects in it's Continuation ; and REMARKS on the Measures, which led GREAT BRITAIN to Victory and Conquest.
The CHARACTERS of the able and disinterested StateşMEN,
to whole Wisdom and Integrity, and of the HEROES, to whose Courage and Conduct, we are indebted for that
NAVAL and MILITARY Success, which is not to be equalled in the Annals of this, or of any other Nation.
WITH Accurate Descriptions of the SEAT of War, the Nature and
Importance of our Conquests, and of the most remarkable BATTLES by Sea and Land.
Illustrated with A Variety of Heads, Plans, Maps, and CHARTS,
Designed and Engraved by the best Artists.
By the Rev. JOHN ENTICK, M. A.
And other GENTLEMEN.
URING the continuation of our A. D.
operations against Canada, the 1765. D French peasants and neutrals, and French the chiefs of the Indian tribes in and In.
peasants ***** Acadia or Nova Scotia, convinced dians in that they could hope for no protection from their submit. old friends the French, in a fruitless opposition to the English establishment in their country, and foreseeing the certain conquest of all the province of Canada, in consequence of the loss of Quebec, came in to the English commander ac Chignecto, and made their formal submission. The deputies of the French peasants residing at Merimichi, Rifhebucta, Bouctox, Pircondiack and Mamevancook, made their submission on the 10th of December 1759: and a French priest, who had the charge of the people at Merimichi,