Matching Articles"English French Conflict" (Total 31)

  • 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.
  • In 1763 French authorities reclaimed possession of the islands (St. Pierre and Miquelon) and re-established a small French resident population.
  • Deposition of Richard Hartnoll et al., dated September 15, 1707, and dealing with the Pool Plantation, planters, names, France, and war.
  • Deposition of Thomas Cleasby, taken on March 23, 1708, and dealing with the Pool Plantation, planters, France, war, cod, fisheries, houses, and stages.
  • The question of access to the Newfoundland fisheries was a difficult issue to settle during the peace negotiations ending the Seven Years' War.
  • How the Treaty of Utrecht affected European power over Newfoundland.
  • At the end of the War of the American Revolution, a network of treaties had to be negotiated between the four countries involved.
  • There was hardly a decade in the 17th century when Newfoundland was safe from the effects of European war, whether directly or indirectly.
  • 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.
  • Overview of the French attack on Ferryland, which occurred in the winter of 1696 as a part of the war between France and England.