2 edition of Correspondence with the secretaries of state 1763-1775 found in the catalog.
Correspondence with the secretaries of state 1763-1775
Vol. 2. has title: Correspondence with the secretaries of state, and with the War Office and the Treasury, 1763-1775.
|Statement||comp. and ed. by Clarence Edwin Carter.|
|Contributions||Carter, Clarence Edwin, 1881-1961.|
|The Physical Object|
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The English Series (30 volumes) contains Gage's correspondence with military officers and politicians in England, including the Secretaries of State, the Secretaries at War, the Treasury, the Board of Trade, the Board of Ordnance, the paymaster general, the commanders-in-chief, and other officials.
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Volume ii. Yale Historical Publications: Manuscripts and Edited Texts, xii. (New Haven: Yale. Material from the British Colonial Office (CO 5). Covers As described by the National Archives, "correspondence and entry books of the Board of Trade and the Secretaries of State, together with the acts, sessional papers and miscellaneous records relating to colonies in North America and the West Indies.".
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Gage, Thomas, Other Authors. Carter, Clarence Edwin,(ed.) Great Britain. Secretary of State for the Southern Dept. Great Britain. Secretary of State for the American or Colonial Dept. Published [Hamden, Conn.]: Archon Books. Correspondence definition is - communication by letters or e-mail; also: the letters or e-mails exchanged.
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