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Letter from the Earl of Dunmore (no.26) regarding the removal of gunpowder as a precaution, the responding anger of the local people and a request for men for protection : Correspondence 1775
Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital, 2017.
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unrest, colonial disaffection, local government, raising of troops, ordnance stores, ships and sailors, children, town, defence, rebellion, slavery, loyalism, aid, soldier, army
Murray, John (4th Earl of Dunmore)
AMDigital Reference: CO 5/1373;Virginia: Letters to Secretary of State, 1774-1777.
Reproduction of: Letter from the Earl of Dunmore (no.26) regarding the removal of gunpowder as a precaution, the responding anger of the local people and a request for men for protection 1 May 1775.
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