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“his majesty having nothing so much at heart as to improve the great and important advantages gained the last campaign in north america; & not doubting that all his faithful & brave subjects there will continue most cheerfully to cooperate with…completing the reduction of all canada…, i am commanded to signify to you the king’s pleasure that you do forthwith use your utmost endeavors and influence with the council and assembly of your province to induce them to raise…at least as large a body of men as they did for the last into canada, in order to reduce montreal & all other posts belonging to the arms, ammunition & at the king’s the future safety and welfare of america are so nearly concerned, & the king doubts not from your known fidelity and attachment that you will employ yourself with the utmost application & dispatch, in this promising & decisive fight.” - william pitt, in a signed letter to the “governor & company of connecticut” (1760)

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