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Excerpt from Charlotte Brown's Diary, 1756

April the 12. At 3 in the Afternoon we cast Anchor at Albany all the Gentlemen went on Shore but could get no Lodging the Town being full of Officers so returned at Night.

April the 13. Went on Shore with Mr. Cherr'n [Cherrington] who was so kind as to take me a Rome Went out to see the Town which is inhabited by the Dutch saw several Indians who were adorned with Beads in their Noses and Ears and black Blankets being in mourning for their Friend who were kill'd in the last Campaign.

April the 16. Went to the Fort to deliver a Letter from Dr. Bard at New York to Col'n Marshall [Col. Hubert Marshall, commander at the fort at Albany] and was receiv'd with great politeness but the Dutch had a very bad Opinion of me saying I could...

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