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Image from page 62 of "Cape Vincent and its history" (1906)

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説明Identifier: capevincentitshi00caslTitle: Cape Vincent and its historyYear: 1906 (1900s)Authors: Casler, Nelie HortonSubjects: Publisher: Watertown, N.Y. : Hungerford-Holbrook Co.Contributing Library: The Library of CongressDigitizing Sponsor: Sloan FoundationView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From BookClick here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:ieved the old Guard and saw them a good way off return-ing to the Garrison, but they not coming in, must either betaken prisoners or Deserted, but should Imagine they weretaken. I have sent a party of Indians to see if they can findtheir tracks, and if so, to follow and try to come up withthem, as I am weak in men, I have ordered all the Artificersto sleep in the Garrison. So soon as I have a Gun Boat ready I shall Send her tothe Lower end of the Island to Keep a Lookout in place ofthe Small Guard. Captain McDougall to Genl. Haldimand, May 16, 1779. The Indians Troublesome. I wish your Excellency wovild be pleased to give me ordersRegarding the Savages, they are Exceedingly troublesome,perpetually wanting provisions and every kind of necessarys, and more so since Captain Erasers arrival at Oswe-gatchie as they Complain much that they dont Get as muchhere as he Gives them there, neither are they ready and will-ing to be imployed. Captain McDougall to General Haldimand, May 26, 1779. 58Text Appearing After Image:Cape V incent and its HistoryInstructions to Guard the Island from Insults. Quebec 31st May 1799.Captain Macdougall,Sir, I have received yours of the 16th May and am extremelysorry for the accident that has happened to one of your outGuards and you will perceive by my former letters my ap-prehensions that the Rebel Indians would attempt a strokeof this sort. Lieut Twiss has sent to the Engineer at your Post, In-structions Relative to securing any out Guards that may benecessary from Suprise and also immediately to make a sub-stantial and well formed Abbatis round your Fort, agree-able to Original Plan and I desire you to forward theseservices to the utmost of 3^our Power. Your late Misfortunewill naturally double ^^our Dilligence to guard your Islandand Garrison from Insults and if necessary you must cutdown the rushes that Ly between you and the Continent orat least beat them down with Batteaux &c, so as they maynot afford an hiding place for Canoes &c. I mention this asone pNote About ImagesPlease note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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