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  • The Pilot (Cazenovia, NY), Wed., June 23, 1813
        Attack on Oswego - We are credibly informed, that the enemy, on Saturday last, to the number of 4 or 5 sail, commenced an attack on Oswego, and after firing a few shot, which were returned with warmth from our batteries, attempted to land; but the spirited exertions and well ...
      Attack on Oswego - We are credibly informed, that the enemy, on ...
  • The Pilot (Cazenovia, NY), June 16, 1813
        Sacket's Harbor - is the name to a handsome village situated at the east end of Lake Ontario, about 19 miles from the river St. Lawrence. It was first taken possession of, by purchase, by Mr. Sacket, of Jamaica, Long Island, in 1799. In 1801, only three families had settled ...
      Sacket's Harbor - is the name to a handsome village situated at ...
  • The Pilot (Cazenovia, NY), Wed., May 18, 1814
        Attack on Oswego. - We are correctly informed, that he enemy took from the old fort, eight pieces of cannon, instead of four, as stated in our last; And that no buildings were destroyed, except the barracks. the enemy plundered private property to a considerable amount. Messrs. ...
      Attack on Oswego. - We are correctly informed, that he enemy took ...
  • The Pilot (Cazenovia, NY), Wed., May 11, 1814
        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 ...
      Attack on Oswego. - On Friday last, the British flotilla, to the ...
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