[Letter] 1759 Aug. 31, Camp of Crown Point, [N.Y. to] Col. Bradstreet, Albany, [N.Y.] / Jeff Amherst.

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Amherst, Jeffery Amherst, Baron, 1717-1797. [Letter] 1759 Aug. 31, Camp of Crown Point, [N.Y. to] Col. Bradstreet, Albany, [N.Y.] / Jeff Amherst.

[Letter] 1759 Aug. 31, Camp of Crown Point, [N.Y. to] Col. Bradstreet, Albany, [N.Y.] / Jeff Amherst.

The letter responds to a letter from Bradstreet of 1759 Aug. 26 and a copy of a letter of Bradstreet to General Gage of the 24th. The deserters from Captain Smith's company are of particular concern. Amherst also approves the builidng of a shed at Saratoga and a floor for the storehouse at Fort Miller.

[1] leaf ; 23 cm.

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