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Matching Articles"English French Conflict" (Total 31)
The Plaisance Garrison
There was not a single governor of Plaisance who did not complain about the lack of soldiers and the mediocrity of those he did have.
The Restoration to France (1763-1815)
In 1763 French authorities reclaimed possession of the islands (St. Pierre and Miquelon) and re-established a small French resident population.
Richard Hartnoll et al.; 15 September, 1707
Deposition of Richard Hartnoll et al., dated September 15, 1707, and dealing with the Pool Plantation, planters, names, France, and war.
Thomas Cleasby; 23 March, 1708
Deposition of Thomas Cleasby, taken on March 23, 1708, and dealing with the Pool Plantation, planters, France, war, cod, fisheries, houses, and stages.
Treaty of Paris, 1763
The question of access to the Newfoundland fisheries was a difficult issue to settle during the peace negotiations ending the Seven Years' War.
The Treaty of Utrecht, 1713
How the Treaty of Utrecht affected European power over Newfoundland.
The Treaty of Versailles
At the end of the War of the American Revolution, a network of treaties had to be negotiated between the four countries involved.
The Effects of War on Early Settlement
There was hardly a decade in the 17th century when Newfoundland was safe from the effects of European war, whether directly or indirectly.
Spanish Succession: Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage
Queen Anne succeeded her brother-in-law William III in 1702 and this conflict is sometimes known as Queen Anne's War as a result.
As the only French base in Newfoundland, Plaisance was attacked by the English, but also acted as the springboard for French attacks on English Newfoundland.
Winter of 1696 - History - Colony of Avalon
Overview of the French attack on Ferryland, which occurred in the winter of 1696 as a part of the war between France and England.
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