The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1813


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p.2 American Account of the Lake Champlain Expedition (from Burlington paper of Aug. 6th)

- British flotilla consisted of two sloops of war (Growler and Eagle), 3 gunboats and about 40 batteaux

p.3

List of British Vessels of War on Lake Ontario.

Wolf 23 guns, Sir J.L. Yeo, Com.

Royal George 22, W.H. Mulcaster, Capt.

Melville 14, E. Spilsbury, Commander

Earl Moira 14, H. Dobbs

Sir Sidney Smith 22, H.C. Owen, Lt. and Commander

Beresford 12, H. Radcliffe

American Naval Force on Lake Ontario.

Ship Gen. Pike main deck 28 long 24's, on poop & top gallant forecastle, 6 guns.

Madison 22 carronades, 32's & 2 long 12's

Oneida 16 carronades, 32's and 2 long 6's

Schr. Hamilton 1 long 12, and 3 18 pound carronades *

Fair American 1 long 32, and 1 long 24.

Gov. Tompkins 1 long 32, 1 long 24, and 4 32 lb. carronades.

Conquest 1 long 32, 1 long 24, and 1 long 6.

Growler 1 long 32 and 4 long 4's. *

Ontario 1 long 32, and 1 long 18.

Scourge 3 long 6's *

Pert 1 long 32, 3 long 6's.

Julia 1 long 32, 1 long 18, 1 long 6 *

Asp 1 long 24, 1 long 18.

Lady of the Lake 1 long 6, and 1 long 2.

Raven 1 long 18.

Duke of Gloucester 10 long 5's.

* Taken or destroyed by Sir James Yeo.


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Date of Original:
Sept. 7, 1813
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Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 7, 1813