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A letter to a friend; giving a concise, but just, account, according to the advices hitherto received, of the Ohio-defeat; and pointing out also the many good ends, this inglorious event is naturally adapted to promote: or, shewing wherein it is fitted to advance the interest of all the American British colonies. To which is added, some general account of the New-England forces, with what they have already done, counter-ballancing [sic] the above loss.

  • Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787.
M,DCC,L.V. [1755]
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Boston: N.E. : Printed and sold by Edes and Gill, at their printing-office, next to the prison in Queen-Street, M,DCC,L.V. [1755]

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15,[1]p. ; 40.

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ESTC W20656
Evans, 7381
Sabin, 12320

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Microfiche. Woodbridge, Ct. Research Publications International, 1993. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm. (Selected Americana from Sabin's Dictionary of books relating to America ; fiche 9,109). s1993 ctu b
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