The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
The Pilot (Cazenovia, NY), Wed., June 23, 1813


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Attack on Oswego - We are credibly informed, that the enemy, on Saturday last, to the number of 4 or 5 sail, commenced an attack on Oswego, and after firing a few shot, which were returned with warmth from our batteries, attempted to land; but the spirited exertions and well directed fire of our cannon under Capt. Woolsey, of the Navy, (who was at that place in the schooner Growler, for the purpose of conveying to Sacket's Harbor the guns for the new ship, General Pike), together with the regulars and militia, soon compelled him to scamper on board and haul off, leaving the affrighted citizens in peaceable possession of the town, and greeting each other with the the "magnonimity of the enemy."


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Date of Original:
Wed., June 23, 1813
Local identifier:
GLN.20828
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Richard Palmer
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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The Pilot (Cazenovia, NY), Wed., June 23, 1813