James Abercromby correspondence, 1758.


Abercromby, James, 1706-1781. James Abercromby correspondence, 1758.

James Abercromby correspondence, 1758.

ALS (Albany, N.Y.; 1758 November 3) from Abercromby to Abraham Mortier ordering that Thomas Hancock of Boston, Mass., be paid for the supply of sundries for the British army expedition against Louisbourg, N.S.

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