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  Sunken 1758 Fleet - NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
During the autumn of 1758, Lake George was a focal point for this struggle.
Some 260 bateaux reportedly were sunk in Lake George in the autumn of 1758 to seal them under winter ice and prevent their capture or destruction by French forces.
The seven 1758 bateaux, sometimes referred to as the "Wiawaka Bateaux Cluster," are 25 to 36 feet long and 4 to 5 feet wide.
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  Encyclopedia: 1758   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Alternative meaning: Nineteenth Century (periodical) (18th century — 19th century — 20th century — more centuries) As a means of recording the passage of time, the 19th century was that century which lasted from 1801-1900 in the sense of the Gregorian calendar.
Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758), third president of Princeton for a brief period in 1758, was born in East Windsor, Connecticut, where his father was pastor.
Late in January 1758, he came to Princeton, where he preached in the College chapel and gave out questions in divinity to the senior class for each to study and write ``what he thought proper'' before coming together to discuss them -- an eighteenth-century seminar.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1758   (734 words)

  
 Fort Ticonderoga History: 1758 Campaign Bibliography
Putnam’s participation in the 1758 Battle and his subsequent capture and torture is found on pp.
Through the spring of 1758 we read of the bickering about reimbursing Col. Peter Schuyler £6,000 for expenses during the previous campaign (including the failed defense of Fort William Henry and the captivity of Col. Parker’s contingent) and debate about the advisability of raising another 1000 men for Abercromby’s 1758 army.
Relation de l’affaire du 8 juillet 1758 (4 pp.); [endorsed] "a French Relation of the Affair of the 8th July 1758 at Tienderoga, found in the woods at Gaspé." Enclosed in Brigr Wolfe’s of 30th Sept. 1758.
www.fort-ticonderoga.org /history/bibliographies/1758campaign.htm   (12741 words)

  
 Endgame 1758 - University of Nebraska Press
The dramatic military and social history of this short-lived and significant fortress, seaport, and community, and the citizens who made it their home, are woven together in A. Johnston’s gripping biography of the colony’s final decade, presented from both French and British perspectives.
Endgame 1758 is a tale of two empires in collision on the shores of mid-eighteenth-century Atlantic Canada, where rival European visions of predominance clashed headlong with each other and with the region’s Aboriginal peoples.
Johnston demonstrates that the 1758 siege of Louisbourg was a critical turning point in the Seven Years’; War, paving the way for the loss of Quebec and events that then led directly to the American Revolution.
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 SYW Chronology 1758
January 6 1758: The Swedes have evacuated Pomerania and retired to Stralsund for the winter.
January 7 1758: The command of the Swedish army is given to General Rosen.
Prussian Major General Asseburg, with 12 cannon, 5 battalions of infantry and 6 squadrons of cavalry, is repulsed by an Austrian Force under Major General Kleefeld consisting of 4 cannon, 3 battalions of infantryi, and 8 squadrons of cavalry.
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 Fortress - Articles - Fort Frontenac 1758
Thus, by 1758, these units had a good proportion of officers and soldiers who were veterans of several campaigns.
A peak was reached in March 1758 when the New York assembly voted for a three-battalion regiment totalling 2,680 officers and men under a colonel-commandant.
Besides the 1758 battles of Ticonderoga and Frontenac, the regiment was deployed in many campaigns during its existence that would take a full-fledged regimental history to describe.
www.ospreyfortress.com /articles/fort_frontenac.htm   (4392 words)

  
 Glossems on Historical Events: The English and French Regiments at Louisbourg: 1758.
In 1758, as part of a larger project known in history as the Seven Years War, the English determined to launch an attack against Louisbourg.
On June the 8th, 1758, the British had affected a landing on the shores just below Louisbourg and the Siege of Louisbourg of 1758 had gotten underway.
For the reader's edification we have scanned in a picture of a French Soldier, which while one of the Reine, is one that would look much like one of the Cambis.
www.blupete.com /Hist/Gloss/RegimentsLouisbourg1758.htm   (1404 words)

  
 Search Results for "1758"
...NUMBER: 1758 AUTHOR: Sandra Day O Connor, Associate Justice, US Supreme Court QUOTATION: Statutes authorizing unreasonable searches were the core concern of the framers...
1758 Frederick campaigned in Moravia but failed to take Olmutz.
1758 Francois Quesnay published Tableau economique, which argued that agriculture was the only basis of wealth and provided a method of distributing the fruits of...
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 The Battle of Louisburg 1758
While Amherst prepared to begin the siege of the fortress, Wolfe engaged the defences around the bay and the French ships until by the end of July 1758 the frigates in the harbour had been either destroyed or captured.
On 8th June 1758 the weather abated sufficiently for the attack to be made.
On 26th July 1758 the last French gun positioned on the wall was destroyed and a breach made.
www.britishbattles.com /battle-of-louisburg.htm   (746 words)

  
 Frigid Fury: The Battle on Snowshoes, March 1758 - NY Military Museum and Veterans Research Center
The rangers used the three days 7-9 March 1758 in the preparation of supplies and equipment for their mission.
On the second day of the patrol, the rangers marched to Lake George, passing the burned out ruins of Fort William Henry, then, proceeding onto the frozen surface of the lake, the column advanced as far as the Narrows and camped that night on the east side of the lake.
On the third day of the patrol, 12 March 1758, the listening posts were brought in and the march resumed at sunrise, the rangers moving in extended order up the lake, using ice creepers on their feet, snowshoes stowed on their packs.
www.dmna.state.ny.us /historic/articles/snowshoe.htm   (1829 words)

  
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 1758 - TLP
In 1758 Marie-Claire Heureuse Félicité, the wife of Jean-Jacques Dessalines, was born in Léogâne, Saint-Domingue.
1758 is also U.S. President Jamesa Monroe's year of birth.
Monroe formulated was has become known as the Monroe Doctrine in 1823.
thelouvertureproject.org /index.php?title=1758   (96 words)

  
 UDP 1758 - Port Protocol Information and Warning!
UDP Port 1758 may use a defined protocol to communicate depending on the application.
If you have information on UDP port 1758 that is not reflected in our database, please leave a comment or post your information on our Web Security Forum.
This protocol when used over PORT 1758 makes possible the transmission of a datagram message from one computer to an application running in another computer.
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 Pittsburgh: A Bicentennial Tribute 1758-1958, Pennsylvania Department, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
It was here on August 24, 1758, that Christian Frederick Post, an early missionary, preached to them, talked peaceful existence and was rewarded by winning many of the hostile Indians to the side of the English.
Few of them were with the French in 1758 when they withdrew from here and General Forbes took possession of the same area.
The army with General Forbes consisted of the Scotch Highlanders, picturesque in their battle dress of plaids and tartans and of great curiosity to the Indians, the Royal Americans, the Colonials and the Indians wearing head bands of different colors to denote they were friendly to the English.
www.carnegielibrary.com /locations/pennsylvania/history/demorest.html   (11296 words)

  
 Glossems on Historical Events: The English and French Fleets at Louisbourg: 1758.
Hardy, Boscawen's second in command, had preceded him to take up the blockade of Louisbourg with eight ships of the line and two frigates.
By June the 8th, 1758, the British had affected a landing on the shores just below Louisbourg and the Siege of Louisbourg of 1758 was underway.
There was, in addition, another 64 gun French ship the Bizarre which apparently had gotten in that spring, in 1758, but which "escaped out of the harbour on June 8, and the Comète, thirty, a few days afterwards, in spite of the vigilance of Sir Charles Hardy." (Brown's
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 Osprey - Fort Frontenac 1758: Saving face after Ticonderoga
At the beginning of July 1758, the hopes of Britain and her American colonies were high.
There had been the resounding defeat at the Monongahela in 1755 and the captures of Oswego by Gen. Montcalm in 1756 and of Fort William-Henry the following year.
The story of that fascinating campaign is the subject of my new Campaign 76: Ticonderoga 1758.
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THE CAMPAIGN OF 1758, In: J. Travels in New France, (Stevens, Sylvester K., Donald H. Kent, and Emma Edith Woods, eds.), Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Public Instruction, the Pennsylvania Historical Commission, Harrisburg, 1941, pp.
LETTER TO PITT, (Albany, May 24, 1758), Abercromby, General James in: Kimball, Correspondence of William Pitt, pp.
FORBES TO PITT, (Fort Loudoun, Sept. 6, 1758), Forbes, General John in: Kimball, Correspondence of William Pitt, pp.
www.gbl.indiana.edu /archives/miamis11/miamitoc13.html   (1606 words)

  
 The Seige of Louisbourg, 1758 by Larry Ostola
n early June 1758, the British fleet under Admiral Boscawen arrived in Gabarus Bay a short distance down the coast from the Fortress of Louisbourg, and preparations were made for an immediate attack.
The army was divided into three parts; the right wing under Brigadier Whitmore, the left wing under Brigadier-General Lawrence, and the left attack under Brigadier James Wolfe.
The Discriminating General is in no way to be held accountable for the use of any content on this website.
www.militaryheritage.com /louisbg.htm   (1000 words)

  
 Acadian History: The 1758 Exile
These people will be without food and clothing, unable to procure lodgings and firewood, in a strange world, timid by nature, and knowing not whither to turn in their hour of need.” He thought the English should leave some of the Acadians on the island to care for the livestock (incl.
A Sept. 24, 1758 report from Murray to Wolfe stated that those at Miramichi were starving and preparing to go to Canada.
More material on those exiled in 1758 is on the Ile St. Jean page.
www.acadian-cajun.com /1758ex.htm   (2028 words)

  
 Comet Halley 1758-1759
Therefore, he predicted its return in late 1758 or early 1759.
In 1758 and 1759, astronomers, and in particular the young Charles Messier, took considerable effort to find the comet's predicted return.
The comet was eventually found by the German amateur astronomer Johann Georg Palitzsch on the night of December 26-27, 1758.
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 Wesley’s Letters: 1758
It is not strange that any one [See letter of March 7.] should stifle the first convictions; neither ought that to discourage you at all.
[See letters of April 5, 1758, and Dec. 26, 1761, to her.] You think there is none like you in the world.
In this corner of the world we know little about them; only we are told that the great little king in Moravia is not swallowed up yet.
wesley.nnu.edu /john_wesley/letters/1758.htm   (13581 words)

  
 Biology
The famous Swedish taxonomist Linnaeus classified the arctic char in 1758 as Salvelinus alpinus.
Two hundred and fifty years later in 1908 Tate Regan classified the char of Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales.
The char of one lake, or country, are no less deserving of our attention and conservation efforts than those in another.
www.charr.org /biology/taxonomy.htm   (371 words)

  
 John Dyer   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the conversation the author's age was asked; and being represented as advanced in life, He will, said the critick, be buried in woollen.
He did not indeed long survive that publication, nor long enjoy the increase of his preferments; for in 1758 he died.
Dyer is not a poet of bulk or dignity sufficient to require an elaborate criticism.
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 The Hutchinson Dictionary of Scientific Biography: Olbers, Heinrich Wilhelm Matthäus (1758-1840)@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He also caused considerable scientific controversy by asking the basic question, why is the night dark?
Olbers was born near Bremen on 11 October 1758.
He attended the local school where, at the age of 16, his mathematical and astronomical interests were so advanced that he computed the time...
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 Louisbourg Journal 1758
The anonymous writer was almost certainly a British officer, particularly judging from his knowledge and support of British strategy and his admiration for Wolfe.
Ten years later Louisbourg had to be re-taken in the next struggle for supremacy in North America, for it dominated the North Atlantic, guarding the St. Lawrence and tormenting New England's commercial and fishing vessels.
The British were successful in a difficult landing three miles from Louisbourg on 8 June 1758, where the New Englanders had landed thirteen years previous.
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 AllRefer.com - Thomas Prince, 1687–1758, American clergyman, scholar, and historian (Protestant Christianity, ...
He bequeathed to his church his large and excellent library; during the British occupation of Boston, some of the volumes were destroyed, but the many books and manuscripts that were preserved are now in the Boston Public Library.
Prince published a number of sermons, A Vade Mecum for America: A Companion for Traders and Travelers (1732), and Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs … the New England Psalm-Book Revised and Improved (1758), but he is best remembered for his informative Chronological History of New England (Vol.
Designed by its author to cover the years 1602 to 1730, the annals are carried only to Aug. 5, 1633.
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