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of April, arrived not far from the town at the entrance of what is now called Cumberland Basin. The next day the transports sailed near the harbor; the flag of the Bourbons was raised on the dikes to the north of the Messagouche; Journal of Lawrence. while, to the south of it, the priest La Loutre himself set fire to the church in Chiegnecto, and its reluctant, despairing inhabitants, torn by conflicting passions, attached to their homes which stood on some of the most fertile land Cornw of Trade, 10 July, 1750. in the world, yet bound to France by their religion and their oaths, consumed their houses to ashes, and escaped across the river which marks the limit of the peninsula. Memoires, 8. On Sunday, the twenty-second, Lawrence, the English commander, having landed north of the Messagouche, had an interview with La Corne, who avowed his purpose, under instructions from La Jonquiere, to defend Cornwallis to Bedford, 1 May, 1750. at all hazards, and keep possession of
ch inhabitants, able to bear arms. Lieutenant-Governor Lawrence, in his circular to the different gand in four days it surrendered. Lieutenant-Governor Lawrence to the Lords of Trade, 28 June, 175allegiance voluntarily; thus in August, 1754, Lawrence, the Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia, had III.} 1755. present by invitation, Lieut. Governor Lawrence to Vice-Admiral Boscawen, and Rear-Adr seven thousand persons, &c. Compare Lieut. Governor Lawrence's circular to the Governors in Americ Lyttleton of S. C. to Fox, 16 June, 1756. Gov. Lawrence, Circular, 1 July, 1756. See also Represere torn once more from their new homes. Gov. Lawrence to Lords of Trade, 11 May, 1760. When Canae king's approbation. Lords of Trade to Gov. Lawrence, 25 March, 1756. The Lords of Trade, more ulated the king that the zealous endeavors of Lawrence had been crowned with an entire success. L Trade to the King, 20 Dec. 1759. Same to Gov. Lawrence. We are extremely sorry to find, that notw[5 more...]