1812 History
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Assistant Surgeon Appointment: Letter from Dr Robert Kerr to Dr Cyrus Sumner- July 22, 1814 
Text  22 July 1814  ...A letter from Dr. Robert Kerr to Dr. Cyrus Sumner(1772-1834) appointing him Assistant Surgeon at the hospital in Niagara during the War of 1812. His pay is quoted as one dollar and a half per day. It also states that medicines will be provided but Dr. Sumner had to provide his own instruments...
Dr. Cyrus Sumner's Medical Supply Trunk 
Object    ...This wooden trunk, stained reddish brown, is believed to have contained the medical and surgical supplies of Dr. Cyrus Sumner (1772-1834). Sumner served as a surgeon in Niagara during the War of 1812 and was requested by Major-General Brock to accompany him to Detroit. He was also known to have...
Medical sketches of the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14 
Text  1816,   ...Full Title: Medical sketches of the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14 : to which are added, surgical cases, observations on military hospitals, and flying hospitals attached to a moving army : also, an appendix comprising a dissertation on dysentery which obtained the Boylstonian prize medal for the year...
Affidavit that Grant Powell was a surgeon and James [Benly] was a Major in the Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada- 1820 
Text  1820-JUL.13,   This document is a certification, signed by [T. Matthews], that Grant Powell was a surgeon and James [Benly] was a Major in the Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada.
Pocket Dental Case- c. 1792-1828
 
Object    This is a red leather pocket dental case lined with green velvet. There are seven pieces included; an ivory handle and six tools with different heads that screw into the handle. The case, dated 1792-1828, is believed to have belonged to Rev. William Sampson. Sizes: CASE: 5.6 X 7.2 X 1CM; HANDLE:...
Affidavit from James Reed, a surgeon located at Fort George, concerning Daniel McDougal's Military Wounds- 1821 
Text  24 August 1821,   ... the War of 1812. It is said that he was also at Fort George on March 27, 1813 when it was taken by American troops....
Affidavit from J. Sampson, surgeon of the late 104th Regiment, Regarding Wounds received by Daniel McDougal at the Battle of Lundy's Lane- 1821 
Text  August 1821,   ... Canada Incorporated Militia during the War of 1812. It is said that he was also at Fort George on March 27, 1813 when it was taken by American troops....
Letter to Lieut. Daniel McDougal Authorizing a Meeting of the Medical Board to Examine and Report on Wounds Sustained During War of 1812 
Text  8 September 1821,   ...This is a letter to Lieut. Daniel McDougal authorizing a meeting of the Medical Board to examine and report on the wounds he sustained during the War of 1812. The letter is signed by Edward M. [Maton] from the Office of Government in York on September 8th, 1821. The inside paper, which...
Medical Affidavit from Grant Powell, Surgeon, concerning Daniel McDougal- 1816 
Text  05 Aug 1816,   ...This document is an affidavit from Grant Powell, a surgeon in York, certifying that Daniel McDougal was not capable of earning a living. McDougal was in the Upper Canada Incorporated Militia during the War of 1812. It is said that he was at Fort George on March 27, 1813 when it was taken...
Affidavit from Grant Powell, a surgeon in York, certifying that Daniel McDougal was Severely Wounded During the Battle of Lundy's Lane- 1820 
Text  1820 July 13,   ...This document is a note from Grant Powell, a surgeon in York, certifying that Daniel McDougal was severely wounded in action during the Battle of Lundy's Lane. McDougal was in the Upper Canada Incorporated Militia during the war of 1812. It is said that he was at Fort George on March 27, 1813 when...
Letter from Lord Palmerston, Secretary of War, to Lt. General Drummond Regarding Compensation Claims for Wounded Officers- September, 1815 
Text  25 September 1815,   This letter, from Lord Palmerston, Secretary of War, to Lt. General Drummond discusses claims for compensation by officers wounded in action. He stated that applications must be sent to him along with a report from a Medicine Board of Officers and certificates from the Commanding Officers of...
Letter to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa- September 12th, 1814 
Text  September 1814,   This letter was written to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa on September 12th, 1814. It states that Leonard was neglecting his post by not being present at Fort George at all times and living too far away. He restates Leonard's military orders...
Capt. James Muirhead's Sword and Scabbard 
Object    ...This sword belonged to Capt. James Muirhead during the War of 1812-1814. The hilt of the sword is made of brass with a sharkskin grip and a lion's head pommel. The guard of the hilt is also made up of the royal cipher "GR" and a part that has a light infantry horn imprinted. The blade is made...
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