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  • Portage
    TextNewspaper  Geneva Expositor (Geneva, NY), Wed., Aug. 24, 1808     Advertisement...
    TextNewspaper  Geneva Expositor (Geneva, NY), Wed., Aug. 24, 1808   Advertisement...
  • The Pilot (Cazenovia, NY), Wed., May 11, 1814
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    Attack on Oswego. - On Friday last, the British flotilla, to the number of 5 or 6 sail appeared off Oswego at an early hour in the morning, and commenced a brisk fire upon the old fort and barracks. The fire was returned by our men with spirit and not ...

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    Attack on Oswego. - On Friday last, the British flotilla, to the number of 5 or 6 sail appeared off Oswego at an early hour in the morning, and commenced ...

  • Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Feb. 9, 1814
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    Albany, Jan. 31.

    A gentleman from Sacket's Harbor mentions that 400 sleighs have recently been sent to the French Mills, to transport the troops from that place to the Harbor; and it was reported in this city on Saturday, that the army had or were immediately to leave French ...

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    Albany, Jan. 31.

    A gentleman from Sacket's Harbor mentions that 400 sleighs have recently been sent to the French Mills, to transport the troops from that place to the ...

  • Sackett's Harbor, April 26, 1814
    TextNewspaper  Niles Weekly Register, May 7, 1814    

    "Sackett's Harbor, April 26, 1814. - As this is the spot to which the eyes of the whole nation are at present fixed, you will, I presume, expect to hear what is going on; in doing which I feel much pleasure, as I am able to say what most please ...

    TextNewspaper  Niles Weekly Register, May 7, 1814  

    "Sackett's Harbor, April 26, 1814. - As this is the spot to which the eyes of the whole nation are at present fixed, you will, I presume, expect to hear ...

  • Raft
    TextNewspaper  Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., June 1, 1814    

    Raft. - On Monday arrived from the head of the Lake the largest Raft ever brought to this place. It is 150 feet long and 50 wide, and consists of 7,500 feet of square timber, 227 large pine saw logs, besides several thousand feet of boards, & ...

    TextNewspaper  Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., June 1, 1814  

    Raft. - On Monday arrived from the head of the Lake the largest Raft ever brought to this place. It is 150 feet long and 50 wide, ...

  • Utica Patrol (Utica, NY), April 6, 1815
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    The celebrated British commodore, Sir James L. Yeo, passed through this village, on Tuesday the 4th inst. on his way to Philadelphia - accompanied by Captain Owen.

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    The celebrated British commodore, Sir James L. Yeo, passed through this village, on Tuesday the 4th inst. on his way to Philadelphia - accompanied by Captain Owen.

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  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), July 25, 1817
    TextNewspaper       *a gill is four onces in U.S. customary measure, five ounces in British Imperial measure. I'm uncertain which would have been in use at this time and place. In any case, it's a good stiff jolt of booze - about 3 shots. ...
    TextNewspaper     *a gill is four onces in U.S. customary measure, five ounces in British Imperial measure. I'm uncertain which would have been in use at this time and place. In any ...
  • Marine List
    TextNewspaper  Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., April 23, 1817     Troupville, NY was renamed Sodus Point in 1826...
    TextNewspaper  Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., April 23, 1817   Troupville, NY was renamed Sodus Point in 1826...
  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 24 Nov. 1817, page 2
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  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 14 Nov 1817, page 3
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  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 14 Nov. 1817, page 3
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  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 24 Oct. 1817, page 3
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  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 24 Oct. 1817, page 3
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  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 10 Oct. 1817, page 3.
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  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 10 Oct. 1817, page 3
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  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 19 Sept. 1817, page 2
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  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 5 Sept. 1817, page 4
    TextNewspaper       Column 1 This article announces to the French speaking readers of the Detroit Gazette, of whom there were still a significant percentage after the War of 1812, the general terms of the Rush-Bagot Agreement. The heart of the agreement was the reduction of the number and size of naval vessels ...
    TextNewspaper     Column 1 This article announces to the French speaking readers of the Detroit Gazette, of whom there were still a significant percentage after the War of 1812, the general terms ...
  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 5 Sept. 1817, page 2
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  • Detroit Gazette (Detroit, MI), 29 Aug. 1817, page 3
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