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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 25, 1813
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    Boston Nov. 4th.

    Commodore Chauncey's Despatch

    The official despatch of Com. Chauncey relating to his chace and attack of Com. Yeo on the 28th, by some accident, did not reach the Department of War until the 20th Oct. During the ...

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    Boston Nov. 4th.

    Commodore Chauncey's Despatch

    The official despatch of Com. Chauncey relating to his chace and attack of Com. Yeo on the 28th, by some accident, did not ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 11, 1813
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    p.2 Report about Capt. Barclay's defeat on Lake Erie Sept. 10th: "The action commenced about a quarter before 12 o'clock, and continued with great fury until half past 2, when the American Commodore quited his ship, which struck shortly after, to that commanded by Captain Barclay ...

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    p.2 Report about Capt. Barclay's defeat on Lake Erie Sept. 10th: "The action commenced about a quarter before 12 o'clock, and continued with great fury until half past 2, ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 13, 1813
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    p.3 It is said that the American army was pursued from Johnstown; near Ogdensburgh they destroyed two of their small vessels to prevent them falling into our hands.

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    p.3 It is said that the American army was pursued from Johnstown; near Ogdensburgh they destroyed two of their small vessels to prevent them falling into our hands.

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Nov. 6, 1813
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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 23, 1813
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    p.2 General Armstrong - ..."He further stated that the future success of the campaign depended on our gaining the ascendancy on the Lake Ontario, an event which from the recent operations on that Lake we think not likely to happen this year..." [Poughkeegsie Journal]

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    p.2 General Armstrong - ..."He further stated that the future success of the campaign depended on our gaining the ascendancy on the Lake Ontario, an event which from the ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 9, 1813
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    p.3 It has been the general rumour for a few days past, that 6 or 7 of our small vessels have been taken, on their way from the head of the Lake to this place, and sent into Sacket's Harbor; which rumour we fear is too true.

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    p.3 It has been the general rumour for a few days past, that 6 or 7 of our small vessels have been taken, on their way from the head ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Oct. 1, 1813
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    p.2 Montreal Sept. 25th - About 200 Sailors have arrived at Quebec for the Lakes.

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    p.2 Montreal Sept. 25th - About 200 Sailors have arrived at Quebec for the Lakes.

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Sept. 23, 1813
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  • 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

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    List of British Vessels of War on ...

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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 ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 24, 1813
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    p.3 On Lake Erie the British have a ship and schooner which at the last date, June 20th, were beating up for Erie to have a brush with Commodore Perry. A letter from Erie, on the Lake of that name, dated the 20th of June, mentions that the Queen ...

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    p.3 On Lake Erie the British have a ship and schooner which at the last date, June 20th, were beating up for Erie to have a brush with Commodore ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 17, 1813
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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 10, 1813
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    p.1 Kingston, August 5th - (The following account of the Enemy's late visit to York, is Published by Authority.)

    At eleven o'clock on Saturday morning, the 31st ult. the Enemy's Fleet, consisting of 12 sail, were seen standing for the harbor - about half past three the ...

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    p.1 Kingston, August 5th - (The following account of the Enemy's late visit to York, is Published by Authority.)

    At eleven o'clock on Saturday morning, the 31st ult. the Enemy's ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), Aug. 3, 1813
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    p.1 a letter captured at Sacket's Harbor giving an account of the capture of York from an American point of view - "...on Sunday the twenty first day of April last our little Navy on Lake Ontario, which consists of one Ship, one Brig, and thirteen beautiful Schooners, left ...

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    p.1 a letter captured at Sacket's Harbor giving an account of the capture of York from an American point of view - "...on Sunday the twenty first day of ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 27, 1813
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    p.3 An Express was received at Kingston on the 20th inst. announcing that a Brigade of Batteaux, loaded with Provisions, under the convoy of a Gunboat of the second class, had been surprised and captured at day break, by a party of the enemy, who had crossed the river ...

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    p.3 An Express was received at Kingston on the 20th inst. announcing that a Brigade of Batteaux, loaded with Provisions, under the convoy of a Gunboat of the second ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 20, 1813
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    p.2 Cannadaigua, June 22nd

    News from Lake Ontario.

    The naval force of the enemy, on Lake Ontario, are cruising from Niagara, down the American side of the Lake, for the purpose it would seem of sweeping the coast, in which they have been but too ...

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    p.2 Cannadaigua, June 22nd

    News from Lake Ontario.

    The naval force of the enemy, on Lake Ontario, are cruising from Niagara, down the American side of the Lake, for the ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), July 7, 1813
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    p.4 A daring and well planned Enterprise under the command of Commodore Sir James Yeo, for surprising the American Squadron under their Batteries at Sacket's Harbor, was undertaken on Wednesday last, but given up in consequence of discovering that a desertion had taken ...

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    p.4 A daring and well planned Enterprise under the command of Commodore Sir James Yeo, for surprising the American Squadron under their Batteries at Sacket's Harbor, was undertaken on ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 29, 1813
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    p.4 The fleet returned yesterday, and landed all the Officers and 150 of the privates.

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    p.4 The fleet returned yesterday, and landed all the Officers and 150 of the privates.

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  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 22, 1813
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    p.2 Albany, June 1st - Extract of a letter, dated Sacket's Harbor, May 29th - "The British fleet, of 5 or 6 sail were discovered off our harbor early yesterday morning. By 9 o'clock it was reduced to a certainty that it was their intention to land..." [Albany Argus]

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    p.2 Albany, June 1st - Extract of a letter, dated Sacket's Harbor, May 29th - "The British fleet, of 5 or 6 sail were discovered off our harbor early ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 15, 1813
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    p.1 American Official Account of the Capture of York - 2 letters from Isaac Chauncey, Commodore, to Secretary of Navy, from Ship Madison anchored at York - American schooners shelling fort from 600 yards, "a large ship upon the stocks, nearly finished, - the only vessel found ...

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    p.1 American Official Account of the Capture of York - 2 letters from Isaac Chauncey, Commodore, to Secretary of Navy, from Ship Madison anchored at York - American schooners ...

  • Kingston Gazette (Kingston, ON), June 8, 1813
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