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  • Letter from Alex MacDonnell to Lieutenant Donald McDougal- August 1814
    Text       A letter dated August 1814, from Alex MacDonnell to Lieutenant Donald McDougal concerning his request for a transfer. He also asked about the status of McDougal's wounds and whether he would be ready for active service again soon.
    Text     A letter dated August 1814, from Alex MacDonnell to Lieutenant Donald McDougal concerning his request for a transfer. He also asked about the status of McDougal's wounds and whether he ...
  • Letter from Amos Lee in Queenston to Captain Benjamin Carryl in New York: Prisoner at Gilbert Fields House- January 9, 1814,
    Text       A letter dated January 9, 1814, from Amos Lee in Queenston to Captain Benjamin Carryl in Williamsville, New York. Lee was an American prisoner in Queenston at the house of Gilbert Fields, a local farmer and former Butler's Ranger. During the war, this house was also used as a barracks ...
    Text     A letter dated January 9, 1814, from Amos Lee in Queenston to Captain Benjamin Carryl in Williamsville, New York. Lee was an American prisoner in Queenston at the house of ...
  • Letter from Joseph Clement Reporting the Status of Guards Between Queenston and Corbin's Inn, 1812
    Text       This is a letter from Joseph Clement, Ensign of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, concerning the guards located between the Queenston Camp and Corbin’s Inn. He stated that he visited them between 2 and 5 pm and found them to be present and alert. On the back of ...
    Text     This is a letter from Joseph Clement, Ensign of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, concerning the guards located between the Queenston Camp and Corbin’s Inn. He stated that ...
  • Letter from Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell to Her Son Discussing her Husband Fort Major Donald Campbell- 1813
    Text       This is a handwritten letter from Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell, wife of Fort-Major Donald Campbell, to her son. The letter mainly focuses on her husband's military career which includes service in Europe and in North America.
    Text     This is a handwritten letter from Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell, wife of Fort-Major Donald Campbell, to her son. The letter mainly focuses on her husband's military career which includes service in ...
  • "A Day With a Veteran of 1812-15" By His Grandson R.I. Warner
    Text       ..."A Day With a Veteran of 1812-15"- Page 1...
    Text     ..."A Day With a Veteran of 1812-15"- Page 1...
  • Letter to Lieut. Leonard of the 104th Regiment at Fort George from Capt. Geof [Shaw] in Chippawa- September 12th, 1814
    Text       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 ...
    Text     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 ...
  • Letter from Lord Palmerston, Secretary of War, to Lt. General Drummond Regarding Compensation Claims for Wounded Officers- September, 1815
    Text       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 Regiments that show ...
    Text     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 ...
  • Letter from Aenas Shaw, Adjutant General of the Militia, to Major Ten Broeck commanding the 4th Regiment of the Lincoln Militia
    Text       The letter was written from the military headquarters at 4 Mile Creek on September 17th (or 19th), 1813. Shaw was requesting that Ten Broeck's company rendezvous at the head quarters. During this time, the Americans were occupying Niagara (Niagara-on-the-Lake) and Fort George. Script in ink on water marked paper "Britannia".
    Text     The letter was written from the military headquarters at 4 Mile Creek on September 17th (or 19th), 1813. Shaw was requesting that Ten Broeck's company rendezvous at the head quarters. ...
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