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Year:  1812 
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Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Tuesday, Aug. 11, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Tuesday, Aug. 11, 1812,   ... unintelligible; of which the following is a correct copy: Massena, July 17, 1812. To Col.Lewis. Brother, Brigadier General Jacob Brown, of Brownville, on the Black River, is desirous to see you, by the order of our commanding Father, the President of the United States, who now stands in the shoes...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Feb. 4, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Feb. 4, 1812,   ... p.3 For Sale - one Batteau & one Skiff, etc. Jno. Steel, Marine Department, Point Frederick, near Kingston. 7th Feb., 1812. ......
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1812,   ... p.3 Wanted, a Few Ship Carpenters in His Majesty's Dock Yard, at Kingston. Application to be made to Mr. John Dennis, Master Builder. March 30th, 1812 ......
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 7, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), April 7, 1812,   ... p.3 20 Dollars Bounty Will be paid to Able Seamen - and 12 Dollars Bounty to Ordinary Seamen, on entering for the Marine Service for 3 years. Apply to Lieut. Earl. Senior Officer M.D. Kingston, 30th March, 1812. ......
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 12, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), May 12, 1812,   ... p.3 For Sale by the Subscriber - Three Scows. Richard Smith May 12th, 1812. ......
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 30, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 30, 1812,   ... (says July 3rd on page 3) news of declaration of WAR is received July 7, 1812 not issued ......
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 21, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 21, 1812,   p.3 Many unfortunate reports are in circulation respecting the late expedition against the American Brig at Sackets Harbor; one says he would do this thing and another that thing. It is very easy for a person to sit in their chimney corner, and tell what they would do; but put them to the...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 28, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 28, 1812,   ... (says July 31st on page 3) nil Aug. 4, 1812 not published ......
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 11, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 11, 1812,   p.3 A skirmish took place not long since in the river opposite to Elizabethtown, between a small American schooner and a party of Government Boats, with ammunition, on their way to this place. Several shots were exchanged, but we cannot ascertain that any material damage was done on either...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 18, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 18, 1812,   ... (says Aug. 22nd on page 3) p.3 Capitulation - His Majesty's Forces embarked on the N.W. Company's ship Caledonia, at St. Joseph's, and capture the American fort at Mackinac, as well as 4 American vessels (more details). Aug. 25, 1812 not published ......
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 29, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 29, 1812,   p.2 Capture of Detroit and General Hull's Army - by Gen. Brock; the Adams, Queen Charlotte and Brig Hunter were used (details.) p.3 This morning arrived at this port, his Majesty's ships Royal George, Earl of Moira, and Prince Regent, with 400 American prisoners on board, and Gen. Hull, late ...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 5, 1812,   p.3 His Honor General Brock landed here yesterday from the Royal George, and was saluted by a discharge of nineteen guns by the Militia Artillery under the direction of Lieutenant Richardson.....(and later left for Niagara). ...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 12, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 12, 1812,   p.2 York - Aug. 29th - Arrived on Thursday night last in his Majesty's armed schooner the Prince Regent, his Honor Major General Brock... The Prince Regent after landing the General and suite, immediately sailed for Kingston... ...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 19, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 19, 1812,   p.1 Official Details of the Army - an account of troop movement by boat along the shore of Lake Erie. p.3 On the 16th a Brigade of Boats under convoy of two companies of the Newfoundland Regiment and a detachment of the 49th and of the Veterans, were attacked by the Americans about 12...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 26, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 26, 1812,   p.3 On Monday last a party from Gravelly Point, consisting of about 150 Rifle men, under the command of a Captain Forsyth, landed at Gananoque and attacked the Militia stationed there, about 50 in number....(more details) As soon as intelligence of this attack was conveyed to Kingston, a...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 17, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 17, 1812,   p.4 Upper Canada - a description of area around Sandwich...Fort Malden is situated on a point of land at the mouth of the Detroit river, and commands a view of Lake Erie and the main channel of the river. (Here are built most of the King's armed vessels for Lakes Erie and Huron.)... ...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 24, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 24, 1812,   p.3 Last Wednesday arrived his Majesty's ships Royal George & Earl of Moira, and merchant vessel Simcoe, with about 350 American prisoners on board. ...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 31, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 31, 1812,   p.4 Herkimer, Sept. 10th - Thirty-seven boat builders from New York passed here yesterday for Sacket's Harbor, where they will be employed in building schooners for the lakes. On Tuesday 300 militia, from Albany, etc. passed up the Mohawk in 30 U.S. new batteaux. ...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 7, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 7, 1812,   p.3 Since our last, (says the Albany Register,) a considerable number of seamen, and a body of about one hundred and thirty fine looking marines, completely armed and equipped, have passed through this city for the Lakes. Heavy ordnance, 24 and 32 pounders, with their tackle, furniture, etc., are...
Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1812 
TextNewspapers  Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 24, 1812,   (only 2 pages) p.2 We are assured from good authority that the Americans are building a 30 gun frigate at Sacket's Harbor, which is in a state of great forwardness. They have also a considerable force of smaller vessels. ...
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