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  • Niles Weekly Register, Sat., Oct. 15, 1814
    Niles Weekly Register, Sat., Oct. 15, 1814
    textnewspaper       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: --"The ...
    textnewspaper     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 ...
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  • Sackett's Harbor
    Sackett's Harbor
    textnewspaper  "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 will ...
    textnewspaper  "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 ...
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  • The United States frigate Mohawk
    The United States frigate Mohawk
    textnewspaper  "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 try ...
    textnewspaper  "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 ...
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  • Niles Weekly Register, June 25, 1814
    Niles Weekly Register, June 25, 1814
    textnewspaper       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 Appling and ...
    textnewspaper     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 ...
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  • Sackett's Harbor, April 26, 1814
    Sackett's Harbor, April 26, 1814
    textnewspaper  "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 ...
    textnewspaper  "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 ...
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  • Niles Weekly Register, March 29, 1817
    Niles Weekly Register, March 29, 1817
    textnewspaper       The steam boat Ontario, capable of carrying 2,000 barrels, is prepared for the lake, and will leave Sackett's Harbor every Monday, and make a route from Ogensburg to Niagara, stopping at several places to land or receive passengers. The fare for cabin passengers from Sackett's Harbor to ...
    textnewspaper     The steam boat Ontario, capable of carrying 2,000 barrels, is prepared for the lake, and will leave Sackett's Harbor every Monday, and make a route from Ogensburg to Niagara, stopping ...
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  • Niles Weekly Register, October 29, 1812
    Niles Weekly Register, October 29, 1812
    textnewspaper       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 last sentence as ...
    textnewspaper     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, ...
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  • Niles Weekly Register, Aug. 15, 1812
    Niles Weekly Register, Aug. 15, 1812
    textnewspaper       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 ...
    textnewspaper     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 ...
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  • Niles Weekly Register, Nov. 14, 1812
    Niles Weekly Register, Nov. 14, 1812
    textnewspaper       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 ...
    textnewspaper     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. ...
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  • Ontario Repository (Canandaigua, NY), Tues., May 6, 1817
    Ontario Repository (Canandaigua, NY), Tues., May 6, 1817
    textnewspaper       On Monday the 21st of April ult. the fast sailing schooner Niagara, Capt. Trowbridge, of 60 tons burthen, from Oswego, belonging to Messrs. Townsend, BronsonCo., of that place, arrived at the new village of Carthage, with 100 bbls of salt, consigned to Messrs. Norton, BeachStrong, and ...
    textnewspaper     On Monday the 21st of April ult. the fast sailing schooner Niagara, Capt. Trowbridge, of 60 tons burthen, from Oswego, belonging to Messrs. Townsend, BronsonCo., of that place, arrived at ...
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  • Improvements at Sacket's Harbor
    Improvements at Sacket's Harbor
    textnewspaper  "Improvements at Sacket's Harbor," Ontario Repository (Canandaigua, NY), Tues., Aug. 18, 1818     Improvements at Sacket's Harbor. - The Sacket's Harbor Gazette contains a report of the trustees of the village, from which the following is extracted. The report is signed by Justin Butterfield, president."At the commence of peace, this village contained the accumulated filth and rubbish of ...
    textnewspaper  "Improvements at Sacket's Harbor," Ontario Repository (Canandaigua, NY), Tues., Aug. 18, 1818   Improvements at Sacket's Harbor. - The Sacket's Harbor Gazette contains a report of the trustees of the village, from which the following is extracted. The report is signed by Justin ...
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  • Our Lake Defences
    Our Lake Defences
    textnewspaper  "Our Lake Defences," Wyoming County Mirror (Warsaw, NY), December 18, 1861, page 2     Column 7
    textnewspaper  "Our Lake Defences," Wyoming County Mirror (Warsaw, NY), December 18, 1861, page 2   Column 7
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  • A British Deserter
    A British Deserter
    textnewspaper  "A British Deserter," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Dec. 4, 1816     From the Kingston, U.C. Gazette .Mr. Editor - On taking up the New York Spectator of the 10th inst. I observed a paragraph (avowedly copied into that paper from the Watertown, American Advocate ) to the following effect: -"A British Deserter - It is stated that about the 1st inst. ...
    textnewspaper  "A British Deserter," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Dec. 4, 1816   From the Kingston, U.C. Gazette .Mr. Editor - On taking up the New York Spectator of the 10th inst. I observed a paragraph (avowedly copied into that paper from the ...
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  • Madison barracks
    Madison barracks
    textnewspaper  "Madison barracks," Niles Weekly Register, Feb. 17, 1817, page 410     Madison barracks - The fine stone barracks just completed at Sackett's harbor capable of accommodating 2,000 men on a war establishment , and excellently fitted up were named "Madison Barracks" on the 8th of January, in honor of the battle of New Orleans , with discharges of cannons,c. Gen. ...
    textnewspaper  "Madison barracks," Niles Weekly Register, Feb. 17, 1817, page 410   Madison barracks - The fine stone barracks just completed at Sackett's harbor capable of accommodating 2,000 men on a war establishment , and excellently fitted up were named "Madison Barracks" ...
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  • Extract of a letter from brigadier-general Gaines to the secretary of war
    Extract of a letter from brigadier-general Gaines to the secretary of war
    textnewspaper  "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, datedHeadquarters, Sackett's Harbor , May 31st, 1814"I have the honor to transmit herewith major Appling's report of the gallant affair which took place yesterday morning between a detachment of the 1st rifle ...
    textnewspaper  "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, datedHeadquarters, Sackett's Harbor , May 31st, 1814"I have the honor to transmit herewith major Appling's report of the ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Niles Weekly Register, Sat., March 18, 1815, page 42
    Niles Weekly Register, Sat., March 18, 1815, page 42
    textnewspaper  Niles Weekly Register, Sat., March 18, 1815, page 42page 42     Six hundred carpenters at Sackets Harbor, had made great progress in the building of a ship to carry 98 guns and another for 74, when the work was arrested by the news of peace. These vessels would have been ready for service with th eopening of the lake....
    textnewspaper  Niles Weekly Register, Sat., March 18, 1815, page 42page 42   Six hundred carpenters at Sackets Harbor, had made great progress in the building of a ship to carry 98 guns and another for 74, when the work was arrested by ...
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  • Sackets Harbor
    Sackets Harbor
    textnewspaper  "Sackets Harbor," Niles Weekly Register, Sat., April 29, 1815, page 152     Sackets Harbor - From the Democratic Press - Mr. Binns - In your paper a few days since you state that two 74s were building at Sackets Harbor when information of the peace reached there. I am, however, enabled to state, that the two vessels on the stocks at that ...
    textnewspaper  "Sackets Harbor," Niles Weekly Register, Sat., April 29, 1815, page 152   Sackets Harbor - From the Democratic Press - Mr. Binns - In your paper a few days since you state that two 74s were building at Sackets Harbor when information ...
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  • Sackets Harbor - Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackets Harbor, to his friend in Baltimore
    Sackets Harbor - Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackets Harbor, to his friend in Baltimore
    textnewspaper  "Sackets Harbor - Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackets Harbor, to his friend in Baltimore," Niles Weekly Register, Sat., March 25, 1815, page 56     Sackets Harbor - Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackets Harbor, to his friend in Baltimore, dated March 6, 1815"Having seen in the newspapers, various manifestations of joy on the return of peace, permit me to state what took place on its being received at Sackets Harbor."On ...
    textnewspaper  "Sackets Harbor - Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackets Harbor, to his friend in Baltimore," Niles Weekly Register, Sat., March 25, 1815, page 56   Sackets Harbor - Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Sackets Harbor, to his friend in Baltimore, dated March 6, 1815"Having seen in the newspapers, various manifestations of joy ...
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  • From Our Correspondent
    From Our Correspondent
    textnewspaper  "From Our Correspondent," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Oct. 5, 1814     From the Herkimer American, Sept. 22.FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTSackets Harbor, Sept. 18, 1814.Our four ships arrived in this port yesterday afternoon; and the two brigs Jones and Jefferson, arrived last evening - having left the head of the Lake in consequence of an uncommon gale of wind ...
    textnewspaper  "From Our Correspondent," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Oct. 5, 1814   From the Herkimer American, Sept. 22.FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTSackets Harbor, Sept. 18, 1814.Our four ships arrived in this port yesterday afternoon; and the two brigs Jones and Jefferson, arrived last evening ...
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  • Sackets Harbor
    Sackets Harbor
    textnewspaper  "Sackets Harbor," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Feb. 1, 1815     From the Watertown Adv. of Jan. 25.Sackets Harbor . - The keels of two large vessels are laid at Sackets Harbor; we understand the one is 182 and the other 134 feet; one of which is building under the superintendence of Mr. Eckford, and the other under the superintendence of ...
    textnewspaper  "Sackets Harbor," Geneva Gazette (Geneva, NY), Wed., Feb. 1, 1815   From the Watertown Adv. of Jan. 25.Sackets Harbor . - The keels of two large vessels are laid at Sackets Harbor; we understand the one is 182 and the other ...
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