The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Year:  1759  Item type(s):  Clippings   Sort by:  Oldest date (to newest)
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Missisaga (Snow), 1759 
TextNewspapers  1759  ..., 9 and 12 pdrs, plus some swivels George* Schr 1755 undecked, armed with swivels Lively Schr 1755 2 guns and 28 swivels. Captured by French, 1756 & renamed Farquer. Recaptured at Ft. Niagara, 1759. Vigilant* Schr 1755...
(Shipwreck), burnt, 1759 
TextNewspapers  1759  ...; . . . . . FORT NIAGARA SURRENDERS.--- In 1759, in order to prevent little Fort Niagara from falling into the hands of the English, the garrison destroyed it. This was by order of Joncaire, in command of the French. It was in this year that the English commander, General Prideaux, demanded the surrender...
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