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George Bancroft, History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent, Vol. 3, 15th edition. 2 0 Browse Search
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Indian invasion, and troubled by the Chap XIX.} anger and the outrages of domestic factions, yielded to Milborne. To protect the frontier, and invade and conquer Canada, was the ruling passion of the northern colonies; but the summer was lost in fruitless preparations, and closed in strife. Meantime, a house of representatives had been convened, and, amidst distress and confusion, the govern ment constituted by the popular act. In January of 1691, the Beaver arrived in New 1691 York harbor with Ingoldsby, who bore a commission as captain. Leisler offered him quarters in the city: Jan. 30 Possession of his majesty's fort is what I demand, replied Ingoldsby, and issued a proclamation requiring submission. Thus the aristocratic party obtained as a leader one who held a commission from the new sovereign. Leisler, conforming to the original agreement Jan. 31 made with his fellow-insurgents, replied, that Ingoldsby had produced no order from the king, or from Sloughter, who,