An Excursion to the Lakes in Westmoreland and Cumberland, London: Wilkie, 1776. 8vo, 189 pages, a detached flyleaf containing a two-column list of "Men enlisted for the Mass. Company...10 March 1760" with names and ages of 49 men; first page titled in ink "A Journal..." etc.); daily entries neatly hand-written in the margins of 98 pages, with a number of small slips bearing additional entries carefully tipped in. Disbound, several leaves with minor stains or marginal defects, text (in a fine italic hand) clear and readable, housed with a complete 28-page typed transcript in a cloth protective slipcase." /> [FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR -- MONTREAL CAMPAIGN]. CURTICE, John (of Worcester, Massachusetts). Diary and "Journal of what was transacted in the Expedition for the total Reduction of Canada from the French In the Yeare A.D. 1760," written on small slips and on blank margins of a printed book: William Hutchinson, <I>An Excursion to the Lakes in Westmoreland and Cumberland</I>, London: Wilkie, 1776. <I>8vo, 189 pages, a detached flyleaf containing a two-column list of "Men enlisted for the Mass. Company...10 March 1760" with names and ages of 49 men; first page titled in ink "A Journal..." etc.); daily entries neatly hand-written in the margins of 98 pages, with a number of small slips bearing additional entries carefully tipped in. Disbound, several leaves with minor stains or marginal defects, text (in a fine italic hand) clear and readable, housed with a complete 28-page typed transcript in a cloth protective slipcase.</I> | Christie's