Walsh, Ralph, Papers
Scope and Contents
Manuscript documents concerning the arrest, trial, and attempted court martial of Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Walsh of His Majesty's 3rd Regiment stationed at Pensacola, by George Johnstone, Governor of West Florida, 1766. With affidavits of William Clifton, Chief Justice, and comments of General Thomas Gage.
NOTES: Manuscripts also mention continued friction between the British troops at Pensacola and the actions of Governor Johnstone against other officers including Captains Mackinnon and Simpson.
This collection originally part of 80-15; became 80-15SC in revision process.
- created: 1766
- Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1980
- Walsh, Ralph (Person)
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Source of Acquisition
Purchased from Earl Moore Associates, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, 1980
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