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" The government was utterly unprepared for the return of the forces. They seem to have presumed, not only upon success, but upon the enemy's treasure to bear the charge of the expedition. The soldiers were upon the point of mutiny for want of their wages.... "
The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies ... - Pagina 541
door Antonio de Alcedo - 1812
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History of Canada: From Its First Discovery, to the Year 1791, Volume 1

William Smith - 1815
...forces; they not only presumed on their success, but on finding a sufficient treasure to bear the charges of the Expedition ; the soldiers were upon the point of mutiny for want of their wages. As it was impracticable to raise the money, the Government being greatly reduced, they were obliged...
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A Short History of Paper-money and Banking in the United States: Including ...

William M. Gouge - 1833 - 380 pagina’s
...relating the unsuccessful expedition of the Massachusetts troops against Quebec in 1690, he says : " The Government was utterly unprepared for the return...utterly impracticable to raise in a few days such a sum as would be necessary. An act was passed for levying the sum, but the men would not stay until it should...
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The Journal of Banking, from July 1841 to July 1842 ...: To which is Annexed ...

1842 - 412 pagina’s
...expedition of the Massachusetts troops against Quebec in 1690, he proceeds as follows with his narrative. " The government was utterly unprepared for the return...bear the charge of the expedition. The soldiers were upoi the point of mutiny for want of their wages. It was utterly impracticable to raise in a few days...
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Publications of the American Economic Association

1900
...fall of 1690 under Sir William Phips with the expectation of capturing Quebec. Hutchinson says : " The government was utterly unprepared for the return...raise, in a few days such a sum of money as would be necessary."1 Sewall says the bills of credit then issued were " not made for want of money, but for...
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The Public Life of Joseph Dudley: A Study of the Colonial Policy of the ...

Everett Kimball - 1911 - 239 pagina’s
...the ill-fated expedition led by Sir William Phips against Quebec in 1690 produced a financial crisis. "The government was utterly unprepared for the return...upon the enemy's treasure to bear the charge of the expedition."3 Instead of a profitable venture, the government found "forty thousand pounds, more or...
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History of Chelmsford, Massachusetts

Wilson Waters - 1917 - 893 pagina’s
...the fall of 1690 under Sir William Phips with the expectation of capturing Quebec. Hutchinson says: "The government was utterly unprepared for the return...upon the point of mutiny for want of their wages. [See Davis: Currency and Banking in the Prov. of Mass. Bay Part I, p. 9.) The currency emitted in 1690,...
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Publications, Volume 32

Prince Society (Boston, Mass.) - 1910
...adequate to meet the greater part if not all of these expenses. Hutchinson says, " The government were utterly unprepared for the return of the forces. They...few days such a sum of money as would be necessary." * Very shortly before the return of Sir William Phips bearing the news of his disastrous failure, an...
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The Cambridge Economic History of the United States, Volume 1

Stanley L. Engerman, Robert E. Gallman - 1996 - 481 pagina’s
...of Sir William Phips' attack on Quebec. As Thomas Hutchinson, later governor of the colony, put it: "The government was utterly unprepared for the return...upon the enemy's treasure to bear the charge of the expedition."24 Since the returning soldiers were on the verge of mutiny for want of pay, the General...
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