The Celtic-American Republic on the banks of the Mississippi.
on Wednesday the twenty-eighth of September,
Chap. XXXVII} 1768. Sept. just after the Sept. just after the Convention broke up, the squadron from Halifax arrived, and anchored at noon in Nantasket Bay.
It brought not two regiments only, but artillery also, which Bernard, by a verbal message, had speciallCommodore Hood, 5 Oct. 1768. off Castle William, in the hope to intimidate
Chap. XXXVII.} 1768. Sept. the Council; but without success.
At that moment Montresor, the engineer, arrived express from e year, the Spanish restrictive
Chap. XXXVII.} 1768. Oct. system was applied to Louisiana; in September, an ordinance compelled French vessels having special permits to accept the paper currency in till the alarm had destroyed all commerce.
Unable to take possession of his office, Ulloa in September retired from New Orleans, to reside at the Balise.
Gage to Shelburne, 17 January, 1767.