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October 14, 1759 (continued) to October 18, 1759.
William Yarrington diary, 1759-1776.
Yarrington, William, 1738-1811.
New-York Historical Society.
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[Page 7] and Beat up a Challenger. Monday October ye 15th, 1759. Very cold and stormy. Today received four days allowance of meat and a pound and a half of bread. Tuesday October ye 16th. Nothing of nues Remarcibul. But srean [serene] and cold. Wensday Oct. 17th. Now nues Remarb. Thursday Octo ye 18th. The Nues Today is certified that Gen'l Woulf at Queback was killed and the Leut Genl and a grait number of soldiers