By His Excellency the Honourable George Clinton, Esq; captain general and governor in chief of the province of New-York ... a proclamation. [electronic resource] : Whereas "by letters from Mr. Thompson, His Majesty's minister at Paris, to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, dated the twenty-eighth March, N.S. there is an account that the French secretary of state, M. Amelot ... notified to him in form, that things were now come to such a pass between the two nations, that France could no longer avoid declaring war against Great Britain ... Given under my hand and seal at arms in New-York, the sixteenth day of May ... in the year of our Lord, 1744.

New York (Colony). Governor (1743-1753 : Clinton)
[New York : Printed by James Parker, 1744]
Early American imprints. First series ; no. 5451.
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New York (State) -- History -- King George's War, 1744-1748.
France -- History -- Louis XV, 1715-1774.
Great Britain -- History -- George II, 1727-1760.
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United States New York New York.
Forbidding New Yorkers to supply the French.
Signed: G. Clinton. By His Excellency's command, Geo. Jos. Moore, d. cl. Conc. God save the King.
Royal arms at head of title.
Ascribed to the press of James Parker by Evans.
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Clinton, George, ca. 1686-1761.
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