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The French commander , Bienville de Céloron , sent the Governor of
Pennsylvania a message saying how “ surprised ” he was to find Englishmen in
the French domain , and a warning to keep his traders out of French territory ,
since “ our ...
... company of regulars from South Carolina . He sent Washington a letter
acknowledging “ the very agreeable Acco ' t of Y ' r Killing and taking Mons ' r Le
Force and his whole Party , on which Success I heartily congratulate you , as it
may give ...
He sent Lewis to the rear with two hundred men as guard of the wagontrain ,
where he joined Captain Bullet ' s company of Virginians . Grant sent a hundred
Pennsylvanians off to his right and the Scots Captain Mackenzie off to the left to
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CHAPTER PAGE I His Native SCENE AND HIS ANCESTRY
He Begins TO SURVEY The World
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