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Francis Parkman, Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV (Boston, 1877 and later editions). (Still the best general ac, count.)

Gerald S. Graham, Empire of the North Atlantic (Toronto, 1950), Chap.  IV.

(Note: The foregoing narrative is based mainly upon documents contained in Ernest Myrand, 1690: Sir William Phips devant

 Quebec (Quebec, 1893) and W. K. Watkins, Soldiers in the Expedition to Canada in 1690

Boston, 1898).  There are additional documents in a Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, America and West Indies, 1689,1692 (London, 1901); and James Lloyd's letter is in the Report of the Public Archives of Canada, 1912.  The chief French official reports, transcribed from the French archives, are in Public Archives of Canada, Series C 11A, vol. 11.)


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