Farmers Watchtower Newspaper- December 2, 1812
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- Under this Accession number there is a collection of newspapers from the United States (US) from the years 1812 to 1886, some of which contain articles related to the War of 1812. The following is a brief description of the articles of interest.
This issue has many articles discussing topics about the ongoing war. Of interest, it includes a letter from Benjamin Hawkins Esq. to the Creek Nation discussing a pact with the US to be loyal and refuse arms from the British. There are a few letters from Capt. Eliott and Commodore John Rodgers to the Secretary of the Navy discussing encounters with the British forces. There are also letters written to and from Lord Castlereagh, Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Munroe from a Mr. Russel. Another interesting article discusses a British prisoner's rebuke of an American's public objection to the US treatment of the British. In addition, there are small articles discussing the need to renew militia laws and rewards for military deserters.
- Copwin & Blackburn
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- Urbana, Ohio
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- 2 Dec 1812
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