French Indians materials, Burd-Shippen Papers

Clark, Daniel | Lloyd, Thomas | Discentio, Martin
United States--History--French and Indian War, 1754-1763 | Warfare | Pennsylvania--History | New York (State)--History | Canada--History--To 1763 (New France)
Correspondence | Depositions
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Two 1757 letters to Major James Burd reporting on theatre of war: French and Indian raiding parties at Colonel Dunbar's old camp; French and Indians have road from Albany; Indians at Shippensburg; Governor Delancey of New York on march with militia to relieve Fort William Henry, infested with French, Canadians, and Indians. Also "Declaration of Martin Discentio," in which a soldier of Captain DuVitier's [i.e., deVitri or Charles Aubry, see Hunter (1960): 134] tells of Fort Duquesne and departure of French officers and 300 Indians for attack on English [under James Burd] near Loyalhanna, October 12, 1758.
Burd-Shippen Papers Mss.B.B892