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Chapter 16: Possession taken of Michigan and the country on the Lakes.—Pitts administration continued. 1760. had Amherst been more active, the preceding chap. XVI.} 1760. campaign would have reduced Canada. His delay and retreat to Crown Point gave De Levi, Montcalm's successor, a last opportunity of concentrating the remaining forces of France at Jacques Cartier for the recovery of Quebec. In that city Saunders had left abundant stores and heavy artillery, with a garrison of se
rd of Trade.
The narrative in the text I could confirm by many special quotations, and still more by the uniform tendency of the correspondence at that time between England and America.
Yet a circular from the secretary, who was informed by Amherst that the French islands were supplied during the war with provisions from America, was connected with the first strong expressions of discontent in New England.
American merchants were incited, by the French commercial regulations, to