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  • Niles Weekly Register, Nov. 14, 1812
        At Sackett's Harbor, about the 1st inst. the naval force of the United States, armed and manned by gallant crews, was on the point of sailing to meet the enemy. Commodore Chauncey had hoisted his broad pendant on board the Oneida of 18 guns, Lieut. Woolsey, and his squadron consisted ...
      At Sackett's Harbor, about the 1st inst. the naval force of the ...
  • Dominion of the Lakes
    Niles Weekly Register, Oct. 14, 1812     Dominion of the Lakes - Government, it seems, are at length wide awake on this subject. Capt. Chauncey and about 700 brave tars, and about 150 marines have within a few weeks past proceeded through Schenectady on their way to Lakes Erie and Ontario. They were in high spirits and ...
    Niles Weekly Register, Oct. 14, 1812   Dominion of the Lakes - Government, it seems, are at length wide ...
  • Niles Weekly Register, Sept. 26, 1812
        New-York, Sept. 22 We understand that Isaac Chauncey is appointed to the rank of commodore, and will leave this city on Wednesday for the lakes, with 600 as hearty tars as ever floated, who have volunteered their services in defence of their country...
      New-York, Sept. 22 We understand that Isaac Chauncey is appointed to the ...
  • Niles Weekly Register, Aug. 15, 1812
        Sackett's Harbor is now in a respectable state of defence. The British have not made a second attempt upon it as was expected. The brig Oneida and a schooner mounting one 32 pounder and two sixes, will manned by volunteers, have sailed for the purpose of contesting the sovereignty of ...
      Sackett's Harbor is now in a respectable state of defence. The British ...
  • Niles Weekly Register, October 29, 1812
        Same report in: Baltimore, Niles Weekly Register, October 30, 1812 but the last sentence reads "The force now collected at Niagara amounts to 8000 men." New York, The Columbian, October 31, 1812. Lexington, Kentucky Gazette, November 10, 1812. Same report in: Quebec LC, Quebec Mercury, November 17, 1812 with the ...
      Same report in: Baltimore, Niles Weekly Register, October 30, 1812 but the ...
  • Sackett's Harbor, April 26, 1814
    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 ...
    Niles Weekly Register, May 7, 1814   "Sackett's Harbor, April 26, 1814. - As this is the spot to ...
  • Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackett's Harbor, to his friend in Albany
    Niles Weekly Register, Aug. 20, 1814     Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackett's Harbor, to his friend in Albany, dated Sackett's Harbor, Aug 5. "A Mr. Shumaker, which was last summer a prisoner to the British, had, a few days since, the command of a boat bound from Oswego to this place, loaded with ...
    Niles Weekly Register, Aug. 20, 1814   Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackett's Harbor, to his ...
  • Attack on Oswego
    Niles Weekly Register, May 28, 1814     Attack on Oswego. The official account of the attack on this place is inserted below; yet the affair was so honorable to the brave men engaged in it, that we feel it an act of justice to notice some unofficial details. A letter from Sackett's Harbor, dated May 13, published ...
    Niles Weekly Register, May 28, 1814   Attack on Oswego. The official account of the attack on this place ...
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Appling.
    Niles Weekly Register, 1814, page 30     Lieutenant-Colonel Appling. From the Georgia Argus AMONG the many heroic souls who have conspicuously distinguished themselves during the present just and holy contest, lieutenant-colonel Appling, from this state, deserves to be particularly noticed. his conduct has been ...
    Niles Weekly Register, 1814, page 30   Lieutenant-Colonel Appling. From the Georgia Argus AMONG the many heroic souls who ...
  • A good prize on Ontario
    Niles Weekly Register, Oct. 29, 1814     A good prize on Ontario. - On the 30th Sept. a gig belonging to the Superior with an officer and 4 men only, captured near the mouth of the St. Lawrence, 6 boats manned with 35 men (armed) laden with wine, brandy, crates and dry goods , bound to Kingston, ...
    Niles Weekly Register, Oct. 29, 1814   A good prize on Ontario. - On the 30th Sept. a gig ...
  • Niles Weekly Register, June 25, 1814
        Sackets Harbor, June 10. Sir, I have seen a letter published in your paper on the 7th instant, giving "further particulars of the affair of Sandy creek," which the included order of the commanding general correct. Captain Woolsey would not wear laurels won by and belonging to Major ...
      Sackets Harbor, June 10. Sir, I have seen a letter published in ...
  • Niles Weekly Register, June 25, 1814
        The British officers and men captured at Sandy Creek (says the Albany Argus) speak in the highest terms of commendation of Major Appling and his rifle corps, to whose humanity and spirited conduct they are probably indebted for the preservation of their lives. The Indians were first to reach the ...
      The British officers and men captured at Sandy Creek (says the Albany ...
  • The United States frigate Mohawk
    Niles Weekly Register, June 25, 1814     The United States frigate Mohawk, to carry 54 guns, was launched at Sackett's Harbor on the 11th inst. As all her guns, &c.; were ready, it is probably she is this day nearly ready for the lake. The Superior is completely fitted. Chauncey has been out on the lake to ...
    Niles Weekly Register, June 25, 1814   The United States frigate Mohawk, to carry 54 guns, was launched at ...
  • Oswego. Second attempt of the enemy
    Niles Weekly Register, June 4, 1814     Oswego. Second attempt of the enemy. Troy, May 21 - About noon, on the 17th instant the British appeared again off Oswego, with a much larger force than before, and had already got a number of men in their boats, for the purpose of landing, but the militia and regulars ...
    Niles Weekly Register, June 4, 1814   Oswego. Second attempt of the enemy. Troy, May 21 - About noon, ...
  • Sackett's Harbor
    Niles Weekly Register, April 25, 1814     Sackett's Harbor . - Navy and army orders. - The commanding officers of the army, from recent information, know that the enemy have spies in and about the harbor. To detect and bring them to punishment is the duty of every good and honest citizen. Any person or persons who ...
    Niles Weekly Register, April 25, 1814   Sackett's Harbor . - Navy and army orders. - The commanding officers ...
  • Niles Weekly Register, Sat., Oct. 15, 1814
        From Ontario, besides the information contained in Commodore Chauncey's letters inserted below, we learn that our fleet had come to Sackets Harbor on the 7th, inst. supposed with a view of obtaining supplies. The enemy's great ship had not then sailed. A letter dated the 7th, says: ...
      From Ontario, besides the information contained in Commodore Chauncey's letters inserted below, ...
  • Niles Weekly Register, Sat., June 25, 1814, page 280
        Sackets Harbor, June 10. Sir. I have seen a letter published in your paper of the 7th instant, giving "further particulars of the affair of Sandy creek," which the inclosed order of the commanding general will correct. Captain Woolsey would not wear laurels won by and belonging to Major Appling ...
      Sackets Harbor, June 10. Sir. I have seen a letter published in ...
  • Copy of a letter from M.T. Woolsey to Commodore Chauncey
    Niles Weekly Register, Saturday, June 18, 1814, page 266     Copy of a letter from M.T. Woolsey to Commodore Chauncey Sir - I have already had the honor to inform you of the affair at Sandy ...
    Niles Weekly Register, Saturday, June 18, 1814, page 266   Copy of a letter from M.T. Woolsey to Commodore Chauncey Sir - ...
  • Niles Weekly Register, Sat., June 18, 1814, page 267
        The following (exclusive of a number of small vessels) is the force of the hostile ssquadrons on Lake Ontario, as stated in the Albany ...
      The following (exclusive of a number of small vessels) is the force ...
  • Extract of a letter from brigadier-general Gaines to the secretary of war
    Niles Weekly Register, Sat., June 18, 1814., page 265     Extract of a letter from brigadier-general Gaines to the secretary of war, dated Headquarters, Sackett's Harbor, May 31st, 1814 "I have the honor to transmit ...
    Niles Weekly Register, Sat., June 18, 1814., page 265   Extract of a letter from brigadier-general Gaines to the secretary of war, ...
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