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  • Jacob Cochenour's War Loss Claim, 1841
        A War Loss Claim signed by Jacob Cochenour of the Township of Flamborough West. The claim is dated August 16, 1841 and refers to losses sustained during the War of 1812.
      A War Loss Claim signed by Jacob Cochenour of the Township of ...
  • Militia General Orders, December 2, 1814
        Militia General Orders dated December 2, 1814, disbanding the militia at the conclusion of the War of 1812. The orders were authorized by C.Foster, Adjutant General of Militia, Upper Canada.
      Militia General Orders dated December 2, 1814, disbanding the militia at the ...
  • R. Lawson letter, September 17, 1812.
        A letter from R. Lawson dated at Chatham, September 7, 1812, regarding movement of the 9th infantry. The letter is signed R. Lawson M Genl [Major General].
      A letter from R. Lawson dated at Chatham, September 7, 1812, regarding ...
  • Letter from J.E.A. Masters to Josiah Masters, November 11, 1812
        A War of 1812 letter written to Josiah Masters, Shaghticoke, New York, from his nephew J.E.A. Masters, dated November 11, 1812. The letter refers to an impending invasion of Canada at Montreal.
      A War of 1812 letter written to Josiah Masters, Shaghticoke, New York, ...
  • John Adams Smith letter, January 14, 1813.
        A letter written by John Adams Smith, grandson of President John Adams, with commentary on the War of 1812. The letter is addressed to his uncle, Justus B. Smith, Hamilton, Madison County, and is dated January 14, 1813.
      A letter written by John Adams Smith, grandson of President John Adams, ...
  • John Bentley letter, Sept. 26, 1813.
        A letter written by John Bentley, an American soldier during the War of 1812, to his wife Betsey. The letter makes reference to an impending attack on Canada, with speculation the attack may occur at Kingston, Montreal or Prescott.
      A letter written by John Bentley, an American soldier during the War ...
  • Daniel D. Tompkins letter to General Dearborn, June 28, 1812
        A letter written by Daniel D. Tompkins in response to a letter he received from Major General Dearborn. The letter is dated June 28, 1812 and describes the great need for arms and supplies for the American militia.
      A letter written by Daniel D. Tompkins in response to a letter ...
  • Additional Return for Ordnance Stores for the Use of Capt. Thos. Biddle's Compy Corps of Artillery, June 24, 1814.
        A return for ordnance stores for Captain Thos. Biddle's company corps of artillery during the War of 1812. The document is dated June 24, 1814 at the Artillery Encampment, Buffalo, and is signed by James Hall, Lieut. & Conductor of Ord., and J. Hindman, Major Coms. Arty. Some of the ...
      A return for ordnance stores for Captain Thos. Biddle's company corps of ...
  • Sketches of the Battle Fields of Ontario from the War of 1812, July 15, 1876.
        One page of sketches illustrating the battle fields of Ontario from the War of 1812. The page has been removed from the July 15, 1876 issue of the Canadian Illustrated News and mounted on a cardboard mat. Included are sketches of the Battle Field of Lundy's Lane and Drummondville, the ...
      One page of sketches illustrating the battle fields of Ontario from the ...
  • The News, 3 October 1813, No. 431
        Volumes of interest were published between 1812 and 1815 with articles about the War of 1812.
      Volumes of interest were published between 1812 and 1815 with articles about ...
  • [British Parliamentary papers], Session 24 November, 1812 - 22 July, 1813. Vol. XIV, Correspondence and treaties with foreign power
        Most of this volume consists of correspondence between high ranking U.S. and British statesmen. E.g., James Madison, James Monroe, The Marquess Wellesley (brother of Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington). The discussion centers around the War of 1812. Also includes facsimilies of treaties signed between Great Britain and Sweden, Russia and ...
      Most of this volume consists of correspondence between high ranking U.S. and ...
  • New Hampshire Patriot, 30 June 1812 (Supplement)
        Volumes of interest were published between 1812 and 1815 with articles about the War of 1812. Supplement dated June 30, 1812 is a single-sided broadside titled "Supplement to the New-Hampshire Patriot". This broadside contains a complete printing of "The Manifesto", a resolution of the Committee of Foreign Relations of the ...
      Volumes of interest were published between 1812 and 1815 with articles about ...
  • The War, 8 March 1814 (vol. 2, no. 38, whole no. 90)
        This newspaper was published bi-weekly from June 1812 to September 1814 by S. Woodworth & Co. in New York. Editor Samuel Woodworth formed the content of the newspaper using official documents from both the American and British side with the intention to report the events of the war. Volumes of ...
      This newspaper was published bi-weekly from June 1812 to September 1814 by ...
  • Oath of Allegiance to King George III
        Transcript (original spelling and grammar retained): We the Commissioned Officers belonging to the Second Regiment of Lincoln Militia - Do sincerely promise and swear that we will be faithful and bear true allegiance to his Majesty King George, and heirs will defend to the utmost of our power against all ...
      Transcript (original spelling and grammar retained): We the Commissioned Officers belonging to ...
  • The report of the Loyal and Patriotic Society of Upper Canada, with an appendix and a list of subscribers and benefactors (1817)
        Minutes, accounts and other records, 1812-1816, of an association formed at York, to alleviate distress in Upper Canada resulting from war with United States.
      Minutes, accounts and other records, 1812-1816, of an association formed at York, ...
  • The Siege of Fort Erie August 1st - September 23rd, 1814
  • A study of disaffection in Upper Canada in 1812-5
        Inscribed on verso of front cover: H.R. Morgan Esq. with compts of E.A. Cruikshank.
      Inscribed on verso of front cover: H.R. Morgan Esq. with compts of ...
  • The War, 1 August 1812 (vol. 1, no. 6)
        This newspaper was published bi-weekly from June 1812 to September 1814 by S. Woodworth & Co. in New York. Editor Samuel Woodworth formed the content of the newspaper using official documents from both the American and British side with the intention to report the events of the war. Volumes of ...
      This newspaper was published bi-weekly from June 1812 to September 1814 by ...
  • The War, 10 October 1812 (vol. 1, no. 16)
        This newspaper was published bi-weekly from June 1812 to September 1814 by S. Woodworth & Co. in New York. Editor Samuel Woodworth formed the content of the newspaper using official documents from both the American and British side with the intention to report the events of the war. Volumes of ...
      This newspaper was published bi-weekly from June 1812 to September 1814 by ...
  • The War, 12 December 1812 (vol. 1, no. 25)
        This newspaper was published weekly from June 1812 to September 1814 by S. Woodworth & Co. in New York. Editor Samuel Woodworth formed the content of the newspaper using official documents from both the American and British side with the intention to report the events of the war. Volumes of ...
      This newspaper was published weekly from June 1812 to September 1814 by ...
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