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    Journal, March 1720, Journal Book W, 01 March 1720-31 March 1720

    Esq., and John Minot, merchant, taken at Boston in November and December, 1719, in relation to a French Fryar, Sebastian Raylees, stirring up the Kennebeck Indians to revolt from His Majesty and disturb the neighbouring English settlements. Affidavits. Several affidav British History Online

    Index, M-Z, 01 November 1718-31 December 1722

    Randolph , Mr., clerk to Mr. Woodbridge, attends board, 146. -, -, affidavit of, 147. -, -, letter from, 92. Raylees , Sebastian, French friar, intrigues of, 155. Raymond , Sir Robert, attorney general, report from, 301. Reed , Captain, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Roses' Olsundiem 4 2 Jars-Is -a Mr. Rosae's St. Pela'-sa, 2 Starrle - a Baron dea Roteeclwad'db Atoandier, a Raylees a. Mr. L. do, Reitme Iud'a Rosssiererye, 3 Haybce aMr. L. do ohoed Ipsiin alo a -Mr. M1. D. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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