Notices of the War of 1812, Band 1
G. Dearborn, 1836 - 258 Seiten
In this history of the War of 1812 the author begins at the causes for the war and continues on to the arrival of the Western Army at the Niagara.
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American Appendix arms army arrived artillery attack batteries boats brigade British commander Brock Brownstown camp campaign Canada Captain capture character circumstances Colonel combatants commanding officer corps Croghan Dearborn defeat defence despatched detachment Detroit directed doubt effect employed enemy enemy's Erie expedition fire five hundred flank fleet force forts Erie Frenchtown front frontier garrison General's George given hastened Hull Hull's trial immediately Indians infantry JOHN ARMSTRONG June Kentucky Kingston Lake Lake Champlain Lake Erie letter Lewistown Lieutenant-Colonel Major Major-General Malden McAffee means ment Michigan militia Michigan Territory miles military militia movement naval necessary Niagara o'clock object opinion party pickets position Proctor promptly provisions Provost Queenstown Rapids re-enforcement rear regiment regular retreat river river Raisin road route Sacket's Harbor savages shore soon sufficiently supplies surrender sustained thousand tion troops Upper Canada village volunteers whole Winchester wounded