4 edition of Journal Of The Expedition To Quebec found in the catalog.
June 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Volume 45 Journal of a Voyage on the North West Coast of North America during the Years , , and Volume 44 The Papers of the Palliser Expedition, The Quebec Expedition, or the Walker Expedition to Quebec, was a British attempt to attack Quebec in in Queen Anne's War, the North American theatre of the War of Spanish Succession. It failed when seven transports and one storeship were wrecked and some soldiers drowned in one of the worst naval disasters in British history. The expedition was planned by the administration of Robert Harley, Operator: Royal Navy.
While researching the extant journals for his book on the expedition to Quebec , Stephen Darley found the Anonymous Journal in a fairly obscure historical and archaeological journal published by Rev. Stephen D. Peet entitled The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal. A complete transcription of the journal appeared in the issue. It begins September 9, at Roxbury, and closes at Quebec, January 1, The journal was printed in the Massachusetts Historical Collections, Second Series, Vol. II, WARE'S JOURNAL. This is entitled, "A Journal of a March from Cambridge on an Expedition Against Quebec," in Colonel Benedict Arnold's Detachment, Septem
The Walker Expedition to Quebec, The Publications of the Champlain Society, Volume (Cmt) "Walker's `Journal' tells the story of the conduct, and disastrous end by shipwreck, of an expedition designed for the capture of Quebec in It is obvious from the contents that the author had worked hard to make his narrative as complete and authoritative as circumstances would allow;.".
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Over the following. A fascinating, detailed account of Benedict Arnold's secret expedition to Quebec, as well as the Battle of Quebec and the author's experiences as a prisoner of war/5(2).
Journal of Benedict Arnold’s Expedition to Quebec and the Ensuing Battle of Quebec This is the journal of Captain William Humphrey, detailing the secret expedition to Quebec under the command of Colonel Benedict Arnold.
The journal also captures the ensuing Battle of Quebec during which Captain Humphrey was taken prisoner.
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A Journal of the expedition to Quebec, in the yearunder the command of Colonel Benedict Arnold. (Book, )  Get this from a library. A Journal of the expedition to Quebec, in the yearunder the command of Colonel Benedict Arnold. In his book Sylvester Judd traces the Judd family and says: “Freeman and his brother Daniel volunteered in the Quebec expedition under Col.
Arnold, and were in the attack upon Quebec, Dec. 31, They kept a journal of their proceedings from Boston to Quebec, which was printed.” . A Journal of the Expedition to Quebec: In the YearUnder the Command of Colonel Benedict Arnold Classic Reprint: : James Melvin: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda.
Journal of the Expedition to Quebec (Under Benedict Arnold, ). Obviously some number of copies of the transcription of this journal was published and sold to the public and the Old Corner Bookstore had a copy for sale.
March to Quebec: Journals of the Members of Arnold's Expedition Including the Lost journal of John Pierce Roberts, Kenneth (compiled and annotated) Published by Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, NY, USA ().
About The Expedition to Quebec. Inthe newly formed Great Britain launched its first attempt to conquer French North America.
The largest military force ever assembled to fight on the continent was dispatched and combined with colonial American units in Boston before proceeding up the St Lawrence River for Quebec.
The Lost Journal of Private Freeman Judd by Mark Sullivan Over the years, historians have located about thirty first-hand accounts of the American expedition into Canada in the fall of Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for A Journal of the Expedition to Quebec in the Year by James Melvin (English) at the best.
Journal of Isaac Senter, Physician and Surgeon to the Troops Detached from the American Army Encamped at Cambridge, Mass., on a Secret Expedition to Quebec under the Command of Col.
Benedict Arnold, in September, The journal of James Melvin, private soldier in Arnold's expedition against Quebec in the year (Portland, Me., H. Bryant, ), by James Melvin and Andrew Alonzo Melvin (page images at HathiTrust) Caleb Haskell's diary.
May 5, A revolutionary soldier's record before Boston and with Arnold's Quebec expedition. Journal of Captain Henry Dearborn in the Quebec expedition, Contributor Names Dearborn, Henry, Created / Published Cambridge, J.
Wilson and son, Subject Headings. The journal relates the author’s adventures while stationed around Boston after April 20th and then gives an account of his experiences on the expedition to Quebec led by Colonel Benedict Arnold.
The journal begins on Septem and ends on January 9,shortly after the assault on Quebec on the night of Decem A Journal of the Expedition to Quebec, in the YearUnder the Command of Colonel Benedict Arnold.
James Melvin. from: $ A Journal of the Expedition to Quebec, in the year by James Melvin Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust Digital Library Under the Command of Colonel Benedict Arnold Andreana by Horace Wemyss Smith.
The episode that is the subject of this volume occurred during the War of the Spanish Succession. At the time that Marlborough had completed his successful campaign in Europe, the Secretary of State for War, Henry St John, had for some time been under pressure to help the colonial forces in northern.The best part of that is he's going to share them in an upcoming book tentatively titled "March to Quebec Revisited: Eyewitness Accounts of Expedition to Quebec." Keep checking here for updates as we'll certainly announce publication and availability information when Steve completes his book.An interesting journal of Abner Stocking of Chatham, Connecticut detailing the distressing events of the expedition against Quebec, under the command of Col.
Arnold in the year by Abner Stocking. Free audio book that you can download in mp3, iPod and iTunes format for your portable audio player. Audio previews, convenient categories and excellent search functionality make Author: Abner Stocking.