The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, from 1665 to 1678, With the Journal of the Council of War, 1675 to 1678. (Volume 2)
Trumbull, J. Hammond
This volume continues the publication of the public records of the Colony of Connecticut, from the union with New Haven Colony to 1677. It is designed to "supply a full and literally exact copy of the original records." Information cover the state's charter; records of the General Court, 1665-1669 and 1670-1677.
About 200 pages are devoted to the Journal and correspondence of the standing Council, or council of war, "from the commencement of the great Indian war in June, 1675 to 1677."
Another 100 pages are devoted to an appendix which contains a variety of information including correspondence, lists of freemen in October 1669, the Rhode Island boundary, land grants, the New London and Lyme riot of 1670, hostilities with the Dutch 1673-4, the Stonington petition of 1675, and more. Name and general index.