An introductory school history of the United States, arranged on the catechetical plan; to which are added, the Declaration of independence, and the Constitution of the United States, with questions and explanations . as the head of Lake George, ^Yhere,Sept. 8, he was attacked by Baron Dieskau (de-es-ko): thetimely arrival of Gen. Lyman from Fort Edward gave thevictory to the English, and the French commander was incur-ably wounded, and made a prisoner. What was afterward done ly Johnson ? Johnson, after erecting Fort William Henry, retired to Al-bany. As a reward for his services the British

An introductory school history of the United States, arranged on the catechetical plan; to which are added, the Declaration of independence, and the Constitution of the United States, with questions and explanations . as the head of Lake George, ^Yhere,Sept. 8, he was attacked by Baron Dieskau (de-es-ko): thetimely arrival of Gen. Lyman from Fort Edward gave thevictory to the English, and the French commander was incur-ably wounded, and made a prisoner. What was afterward done ly Johnson ? Johnson, after erecting Fort William Henry, retired to Al-bany. As a reward for his services the British Stock Photo
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An introductory school history of the United States, arranged on the catechetical plan; to which are added, the Declaration of independence, and the Constitution of the United States, with questions and explanations . as the head of Lake George, ^Yhere, Sept. 8, he was attacked by Baron Dieskau (de-es-ko): thetimely arrival of Gen. Lyman from Fort Edward gave thevictory to the English, and the French commander was incur-ably wounded, and made a prisoner. What was afterward done ly Johnson ? Johnson, after erecting Fort William Henry, retired to Al-bany. As a reward for his services the British governmentgave him a baronetcy and £5, 000. EVENTS OF 1756. What did the French accomplish in 1756 ? The Marquis de Montcalm [mont-kam), Dieskaus successor, in August, 1756, made an attackupon Oswego, and compelled theEnglish, numbering fourteen hundredmen, to surrender. A large amountof stores and money also fell intothe hands of the victor. Did the English accomplish any thingin 1756 ? T • 1 1 -r. 1 . •, OSWEGO. Incited by trench emissaries, theIndians of the Ohio committed great desolation; but Col.Armstrong, after a long and perilous march, reached Kittaning, their chief town, and destroyed it by fire.. EVENTS OF 1757. What was the principal military operation of 1757 ?With nine thousand men Montcalm laid siege to Fort Wil-liam Henry. For six days its commander, Col. Monroe, kept 50 FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR. up a vigorous defence, but, at last, surrendered, capitulatingthat the o-arrison should have a safe escort to Fort Edward, Was the stipulation observed ? Just as the English had left, August 9, lYoV, the Indianallies of Montcalm, incited by the hope of plunder, attackedthem and massacred a large number. EVENTS OF 1758. Map Questions. How is Annapolis situated? Halifax? Louisburg? Quebec? Portsmouth?Boston ? Into what water does the St. Lawrence flow ? The Kennebec ?