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Colonial Records-English Prisoners
Posted by: Marybeth Wells (ID *****2735) Date: August 11, 2008 at 16:26:14
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In the Colonial Records Vol 8 PN Archives p628.

"His Excellency General Amherst"

"One the 29th of May 1761, The Indian Telinemut delivered to the Governor two prisoners, viz : Amy Brennan aged 18 years and Elizabeth Carr, a very young girl, and informed him that more would have been sent, but they were delivered to Sir William Johnson by the Indians who sent them.

A Letter from his Excellency General Amherst, with a return of the English prisoners inclosed in the said Letter were read, and is as follows:"

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