A journal of a negotiation between the Marquis de Vaudreuil, governor-general of Canada and John Stoddard and John Williams, messengers commissioned by Joseph Dudley, captain-general and governor of Her Majesty's government of the Massachusetts, &c. in N[ew] England : manuscript, [not before 1714]
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Clergyman. From the description of John Williams family papers, circa 1721-1776. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981375 Deerfield, Mass., clergyman and author captured with his family in 1703/1704 by French and Indians and taken to Canada. Williams was released in 1706 and returned to his Deerfield ministry in 1707. After graduating from Harvard in 1713, his son, Stephen, began a sixty-six year ministry in Longmeadow. From the descriptio...
Governor of New France (1755-1760). From the description of Pierre de Rigaud Vaudreuil papers, 1755 September 4 (Detroit Public Library). WorldCat record id: 630103029 Pierre de Rigaud de Cavagnal, marquis de Vaudreuil; b. in Canada, Governor of Trois Riviéres (1733-1743); Governor of Louisiana (1743-1755); Governor and Lieutenant General of Canada (1755-1760); following the capitulation to the English (1760), he returned to France where he was tried and subsequently acquit...
Judd was born in Massachusetts and graduated from Yale College in 1836 and from the Harvard Divinity School in 1840. He became a Unitarian pastor in Augusta, Maine where he served until his death in 1853. Judd was also a novelist, best known for his major work Margaret (1845). From the description of Book of sermons : manuscript, 1839-1852. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612774000 Unitarian clergyman, author, lecturer. From the description of Letters o...