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of towns were even ready, if they had been encouraged, to fight on their side; Adair, 248, 249. but the general distrust announced the approach of war. Captain Stuart to Governor Lyttleton, 26 September, 1759. Lieutenant Coytmore to Lyttleton, 26 September, 1759. Lyttleton, hurried on by zeal to display authority, and est day of July, reached Fort Prince George. The retreat of Montgomery was the knell of the famished Fort Loudoun. By the unanimous resolve of the officers, James Stuart, afterwards Indian agent for the Southern division, repaired to Chotee, and agreed on terms of capitulation, In Lords of Trade, of Nov. 11, 1760 which neithe, 21 Oct., 1760. But friendship lives in the heart of the savage. chap. XV.} 1760. Listen to the tale of a red man's fidelity. Attakullakulla, hearing that Stuart, his friend, was a prisoner, hastened to ransom him, by giving every thing he could command; and when Oconostata, in a great council at Chotee, would have compell