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Charlotte Browne diary, 1754-1757, 1763-1766.
New-York Historical Society
Charlotte Browne was matron of the general hospital in North America. Her diary, 1754-1757, describes a voyage from London to Virginia on board the ship London laden with hospital supplies as part of an expedition of thirteen transports, three ordnance ships, and two convoys carrying the 44th and 48th regiments to America. The diary includes accounts of Braddock's campaign in Virginia, Maryland, Philadelphia, and New York. At the end are some financial notes dated 1763 to 1766. This diary is probably a fair copy transcribed by Browne from her original notes and is bound in a flap binding of green stained vellum stamped in gold.
London (Ship)Voyages and travels--Early works to 1800Braddock's Campaign, 1755--Personal narrativesAlbany (N.Y.)--Description and travel--Early works to 1800Alexandria (Va.)--Description and travel--Early works to 1800Fort Cumberland (Cumberland, Md.)--History--French and Indian War, 1754-1763--SourcesFrederick (Md.)--Description and travel--Early works to 1800New York (N.Y.)--Description and travel--Early works to 1800Philadelphia (Pa.)--Description and travel--Early works to 1800United States--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775--SourcesUnited States--History--French and Indian War, 1754-1763--Campaigns.
Flap bindings (Binding)
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