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James Murray (British soldier)
James Murray (Brits ambtenaar (1721-1794))
James Murray (erster britischer Gouverneur von Quebec)
James Murray (gubernator generalny Brytyjskiej Kanady)
Murray, James
Murray, James William Brady
Мюррей, Джеймс
جیمز مورای
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Blaskowitz, Charles
Collins, John (d. 1795)
Holland, Samuel (1728-1801)
Johnson, William (1715-1774)
McDonnell, Charles
Montresor, John (1736-1799)
Nouvelle-France (Régime militaire, 1760-1764) Gouverneur (Murray) (see also from)
Peach, Joseph
Pittman, Philip
Québec (Province) Gouverneur (1760-1768 : Murray) (see also from)
Québec (Province) Gouverneur (1764-1768 : Murray) (see also from)
Quebec (Province) Governor (1760-1768 : Murray) (see also from)
Société littéraire et historique de Québec
Spry, William
Sutherland, James -1791
Governor Murray's Journal of the siege of Quebec : from 18th September 1759 to 25th May, 1760
historical journal of the campaigns in North America for the years 1757, 1758, 1759, and 1760, An
Irish land law and land purchase Acts, 1860 to 1891, together with the rules and forms issued under each Act. Edited, with notes of all cases decided under each section and rule, and an appendix of statutes incorporated, and referred to in the notes, The
Laws, statutes, etc.
Manuscript relating to the early history of Canada : journal of the siege of Quebec, 1760
Ordinance for regulating and establishing the currency of the province, An
Plan of Canada or the Province of Québec from the uppermost settlements to the Island of Coudre
Plan of the part of Canada and the River St. Lawrence..
plan of the settled part of Canada reduced from the large survey, A
Quebec, à sçavoir. Par Son Excellence, proclamation.
Report of the state of the government of Quebec in Canada
sentence of the court-martial ... for the trial of the Hon. Lieut. Gen. James Murray, late governor of Minorca, on the twenty-nine articles exhibited against him by Sir William Draper. With His Majesty's order thereon. To which are added, the whole of the evidence on the two articles of which the general was found guilty; and likewise upon the four articles of complaint of personal wrong and grievance. Taken in short-hand by Joseph Gurney. With an appendix, containing Gen. Murray's defence ... all the correspondence between Gen. Murray and Sir William Draper, - the several councils of war, - and the subsequent proceedings of the court-martical relative to the private dispute between Gen. Murray and Sir William Draper ..., The
survey of Lake Champlain including Crown Point and St. Iohn's on which is fixed the line of forty five degrees north lattit. terminating the boundarys betwe[e]n the provinces of Quebec and New York agre[e]able to his Majesty's proclamation done by order and instruction of the Honourable James Murray, esqr., Governor of the Province of Quebec and the Honourable His Majestys Council, A
trial in the Court of Exchequer, before Lord Chief Baron Skinner, at Guildhall, on Wednesday the 23d of July, The : wherein James Sutherland, Esq. late judge of the admiralty at Minorca was plaintiff, and the Hon. General James Murray, late governor of that island, was defendant