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Chapter 37: The Celtic-American Republic on the banks of the Mississippi. September—October, 1768. on Wednesday the twenty-eighth of September, Chap. XXXVII} 1768. 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 specially requested. Dalrymple, the commander of the troops, expressed infinite surprise that no quarters ha
sentiment of the whole, and substitute in its room the opinion of individuals, than which nothing can be more uncertain.
While Hood meditated embarking for Boston to winter there,
Commodore Hood to Mr. Stephens, Secretary of the Admiralty; Halifax, 12 Oct. 1768. Gage came from New-York to demand, in person, quarters for the regiments in the town.
The Council would grant none till the barracks at the Castle were filled.
Gage to Commodore Hood, 18 Oct. 1768.
The Governor and the She