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and left behind them a tomahawk, Ecuyer to Bouquet, 30 May, 1763. as their declaration of war. FMaryland was able to offer aid. Amherst to Bouquet, 25 August, 1763. The undecided strife betweeo sort of dependence on them, &c. &c. Compare Bouquet to Amherst, 11 August, 1763: Had the Province hundred and thirty men, Capt. Ecuyer to Col. Bouquet 26 June, 1763. officers and all included, a two hundred women and children. Ecuyer to Bouquet, 26 June, 1763. On the twenty-first of June, mself was struck on the leg by an arrow. Col. Bouquet to Amherst, 11 August, 1763. Weyman's New-ay of July, when they vanished from sight. Bouquet was at that time making his way to relieve Foto return. Leaving the wagons at Ligonier, Bouquet, on the fourth of August, proceeded with the d the excellent conduct of the officers. Col. Bouquet to Sir Jeffery Amherst: Camp at Edge Hill, were utterly routed and put to flight. But Bouquet in the two actions lost, in killed and wounde[14 more...]
settlements. The regular army was feeble, and could furnish scarcely five hundred men, most of them Highlanders. Pennsylvania, at her own charge, added a thousand, and Virginia contributed a corps of volunteers. These took up the march, under Bouquet, for the heart of Ohio. Virginia volunteers formed the advance guard, the axemen followed to clear three paths. At the sides, the soldiers marched in single file; in the centre, two deep, followed by the convoy of well-laden pack horses and e calumet, and to entreat for peace. At the close of the speech, the Delaware chiefs delivered up eighteen white prisoners and eighty-three small sticks, as pledges for the return of so many more. To insure the performance of their promises, Bouquet marched farther into their country, till, at the junction of the White Woman and the Tuscarawas, in the centre of the Indian villages, he made an encamp chap. X.} 1764. Oct. ment that had the appearance of an English town. There the Shawnee