Petition to Queen Anne of Great Britain
Petition from New Hampshire to Queen Ann. "The address of ... the Governor Council and Representatives" expressing gratitude for "cannon and stores" lately supplied for resistance against the French and Indians, and for refusing the claims of Thomas Allen, and requesting that a military expedition designed "against the French settlements at Canada and Nova Scotia the last summer' and then laid aside be carried out "the next spring"
Text of document in the hand of Charles Story, Secretary of the Council, signed by him and by Mark Hunking, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Text transcribed from Journal of the Council and Assembly published in provincial papers, vol. 3 (Manchester, N,H. 1869) p, 415-416
- New Hampshire Colony. General Assembly (Organization)
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New Hampshire History, Colonial Period (ca. 1600-1775), United States History, Queen Ann's War (1702-1713), Port Royal, Nova Scotia Expedition (1710), Mark Hunking (ca. 1670-1731), Charles Story, Anne, Queen of Great Britain (1665-1714), Reign of Queen Anne (1702-1714)
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