O'Callaghan. Invasion of New-York and Burning of Schenectady by the French, 1690
O'Callaghan. Invasion of New-York and Burning of Schenectady by the French, 1690
O'Callaghan. Invasion of New-York and Burning of Schenectady by the French, 1690

O'Callaghan. Invasion of New-York and Burning of Schenectady by the French, 1690

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O'Callaghan, E. B. [editor]. Papers relating to the Invasion of New-York and Burning of Schenectady by the French, 1690. Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co., Public Printers, 1850. First Edition. [9499]

Leaves are 11 1/2 x 9 inches, pp. (179-195; newly stab-sewn. Removed from The Documentary History of the State of New-York, Vol. I., by E. B. O'Callaghan; Albany, 1850.  Good. Stab-sewn.

The report contains

Project of the Chevalier de Callieres, Governor of Montreal and Commanding by Commission the Troops and Militia of Canada, regarding the Present State of Affairs of that Country, January, 1689;

Memoir of Instruction to Count de Frontenac respecting the Expedition against New-York, 7th June, 1689;

An Account of the most Remarkable Occurrences in Canada from the Departure of the Vessels, from the Month of November 1689 to the Month of November, 1690, by Mons. de Monseignat, Controller General of the Marine in Canada;

List of ye People Kild and Destroyed [the English inhabitants of Schenectady were massacred];

Several letters by Englishmen reporting on the massacre.