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  • Subject: Drummond, Gordon
  • Militia General Orders, Kingston- August 18, 1815
        Militia General Orders from Kingston, dated August 1815, signed by N. Coffin, Adjutant General of Militia. The document contains an extract of a letter from Earl Bathurst, one of his Majesty's secretaries, to Sir Gordon Drummond, dated Downing Street, June 13th, 1815. The letter acknowledged the meritorious actions of troops ...
      Militia General Orders from Kingston, dated August 1815, signed by N. Coffin, ...
  • General Order of Lt. General Drummond and List of Officers Killed, Wounded or Missing- July 26, 1814
        The first part of the document is a general order of Lt. General Drummond, thanking troops and militia for their gallantry at the Battle of Lundy's Lane. He offers particular admiration for the efforts of several regiments (89th Regiment, 41st Light Company, detachments of the 8th or King’s regiments, 104th ...
      The first part of the document is a general order of Lt. ...
  • Gonder Family Kitchen Table- c. 1760
        This black walnut kitchen table was brought to Upper Canada by the Gonder Family in 1780 from a German community in Pennsylvania. During the War of 1812, the Gonder Family home and the table were used as a headquarters for Gen. Geo. Drummond in defense of Fort Erie. Michael Gonder ...
      This black walnut kitchen table was brought to Upper Canada by the ...
  • Letter from Lord Palmerston, Secretary of War, to Lt. General Drummond Regarding Compensation Claims for Wounded Officers- 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 Regiments that show ...
      This letter, from Lord Palmerston, Secretary of War, to Lt. General Drummond ...
  • Independent Chronicle Vol. XLVI No. 2476- August 4, 1814
        A semi-weekly paper that was published from 1801 to 1817. It was previously called the Independent chronicle and the universal advertiser, and was later the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Semiweekly). Publishers were Abijah Adams and Ebenezer Rhoades. Topics of interest in this issue include: Page 1: Proclamation from James ...
      A semi-weekly paper that was published from 1801 to 1817. It was ...
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