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  • The Connecticut Mirror Newspaper- November 2,1812
    The Connecticut Mirror Newspaper- November 2,1812
    Textcomment       This 4 page newspaper was sold at $1.75 per annum. Page 2 contains an eyewitness account of the Battle of Queenston Heights by Captain Ogilvie of the 13th Regiment. Size: 32.5 X 50 cm
    Textcomment     This 4 page newspaper was sold at $1.75 per annum. Page 2 contains an eyewitness account of the Battle of Queenston Heights by Captain Ogilvie of the 13th Regiment. Size: …
  • The American Mercury Newspaper- November 11, 1812
    The American Mercury Newspaper- November 11, 1812
    Text       On the front page there are 2 ½ columns regarding copies of letters from Major General Van Rensselaer of the New York Militia to Major General Henry Dearborn. Dearborn. There is also information regarding the Battle of Queenston Heights. Size: 53 X 31.5 cm
    Text     On the front page there are 2 ½ columns regarding copies of letters from Major General Van Rensselaer of the New York Militia to Major General Henry Dearborn. Dearborn. There …
  • The Columbian Newspaper vol. IV no. 1105- June 12, 1813
    The Columbian Newspaper vol. IV no. 1105- June 12, 1813
    Text       The "Columbian" was established by Mr. Holt in 1808 as an "organ of the Clintonians" (Journalism in the United States, from 1690-1872 By Frederic Hudson) and a replacement to the "Citizen". It was a passionate Democratic paper that supported both Jefferson and Madison. Holt later sold the "Columbian" to Alden …
    Text     The "Columbian" was established by Mr. Holt in 1808 as an "organ of the Clintonians" (Journalism in the United States, from 1690-1872 By Frederic Hudson) and a replacement to the …
  • Merrimack Intelligencer Vol. 5 No. 48
    Merrimack Intelligencer Vol. 5 No. 48
    Text       This was a weekly paper that was published every Saturday. The motto of the Merrimack was: "Not too rash--Yet not fearful--We aim to be just." It was published from 1808-1817. Topics of interest include: Page 1: State of New York Republicans published a statement arguing against the war and the …
    Text     This was a weekly paper that was published every Saturday. The motto of the Merrimack was: "Not too rash--Yet not fearful--We aim to be just." It was published from 1808-1817. …
  • Boston Patriot Vol. 8 No. 13- October 24, 1812
    Boston Patriot Vol. 8 No. 13- October 24, 1812
    Text       A semi-weekly paper that began in 1809 and ceased in 1816. Its succeeding title was the Boston Patriot and Morning Advertiser. Publishers included: Everett & Munroe, 1809-Mar. 7, 1810; Isaac Munroe, Mar. 10, 1810-May 1, 1811; Munroe & French, May 4, 1811-1813; D.C. Ballard, 1814-1816. Editor: David Everett, Mar. 10, …
    Text     A semi-weekly paper that began in 1809 and ceased in 1816. Its succeeding title was the Boston Patriot and Morning Advertiser. Publishers included: Everett & Munroe, 1809-Mar. 7, 1810; Isaac …
  • Baltimore Patriot and Evening Advertiser Vol. 3 No. 29- April 15, 1814
    Baltimore Patriot and Evening Advertiser Vol. 3 No. 29- April 15, 1814
    Text       This daily paper, except Sundays, began publication on August 17, 1813 and ceased April 30, 1817. It was also published tri-weekly for a “COUNTRY” edition. The paper later became the Baltimore Patriot. Topics of interest include: Page 1: announcement Capt. M. Simmones Burnbury is seeking men to form a company …
    Text     This daily paper, except Sundays, began publication on August 17, 1813 and ceased April 30, 1817. It was also published tri-weekly for a “COUNTRY” edition. The paper later became the …
  • The Washingtonian, Vol.III, No.156- July 12, 1813
    The Washingtonian, Vol.III, No.156- July 12, 1813
    Text       A weekly newspaper in Windsor, Vermont that ran from 1810-1816. Page 1: • Account of the capture of the Chesapeake • Report of explosion of the schooner Eagle off New London • Report Com. Hardy had detained a smack, was determined to destroy all smacks and other small craft he …
    Text     A weekly newspaper in Windsor, Vermont that ran from 1810-1816. Page 1: • Account of the capture of the Chesapeake • Report of explosion of the schooner Eagle off New …
  • The War Vol. 1, No. 20- November 7, 1812
    The War Vol. 1, No. 20- November 7, 1812
    Text       This newspaper was published bi-weekly from June 1812 to September 1814 by S. Woodworth & Co. in New York. Editor Samuel Woodworth formed the content of the newspaper using official documents from both the American and British side with the intention to report the events of the war. Article topics …
    Text     This newspaper was published bi-weekly from June 1812 to September 1814 by S. Woodworth & Co. in New York. Editor Samuel Woodworth formed the content of the newspaper using official …
  • Pleasant Hours: A Paper for Young Folk, Vol. III No. 20- October 6, 1863
    Pleasant Hours: A Paper for Young Folk, Vol. III No. 20- October 6, 1863
    Text       This issue of Pleasant Hours: a paper for young folk contains an article titled “The Story of Queenston Heights”.
    Text     This issue of Pleasant Hours: a paper for young folk contains an article titled “The Story of Queenston Heights”.
  • The New York Weekly Museum Newspaper, Vol. II, No.25- October 23, 1813
    The New York Weekly Museum Newspaper, Vol. II, No.25- October 23, 1813
    Text       A weekly paper that was published from 1805 to 1814. War related news includes: Page 99 - Weekly Retrospect: American report on British naval movements near Louisiana; General William Harrison reports on: a victory at Moravian Town (Moraviantown) on October 5; Ottawas, Chippewas, Wyandots Miamies and Delaware First Nations (Indians) …
    Text     A weekly paper that was published from 1805 to 1814. War related news includes: Page 99 - Weekly Retrospect: American report on British naval movements near Louisiana; General William Harrison …
  • The New York Weekly Museum Newspaper, Vol. I, No.25- October 24, 1812
    The New York Weekly Museum Newspaper, Vol. I, No.25- October 24, 1812
    Text       A weekly paper that was published from 1805 to 1814. The motto on the front page states: "Visiting Every Flower with Labour Meet, and Gathering all its Treasures, Sweet by Sweet." Page 3: • Report of the Battle of Queenston
    Text     A weekly paper that was published from 1805 to 1814. The motto on the front page states: "Visiting Every Flower with Labour Meet, and Gathering all its Treasures, Sweet by …
  • The New York Weekly Museum Newspaper, Vol. II, No.26- October 30, 1813
    The New York Weekly Museum Newspaper, Vol. II, No.26- October 30, 1813
    Text       A weekly paper that was published from 1805 to 1814. War related news includes: Page 103 - Weekly Retrospect: Reports on the Napoleanic Wars in Europe; Possible French and English troop movements from Europe to America and Canada; Mention of British vessels captured by American privateers Scourge, Rattlesnake and Lion; …
    Text     A weekly paper that was published from 1805 to 1814. War related news includes: Page 103 - Weekly Retrospect: Reports on the Napoleanic Wars in Europe; Possible French and English …
  • The New York Weekly Museum Newspaper, Vol. I, No.26- October 31, 1812
    The New York Weekly Museum Newspaper, Vol. I, No.26- October 31, 1812
    Text       A weekly paper that was published from 1805 to 1814. War related news includes: Page 103 - Weekly Retrospect: Troop movements of Captain Morgan and a company of light dragoons from Niagara to Greenbush; report on the Battle of Queenston Heights including a casualty listing and a mention of the …
    Text     A weekly paper that was published from 1805 to 1814. War related news includes: Page 103 - Weekly Retrospect: Troop movements of Captain Morgan and a company of light dragoons …
  • New-England Palladium Vol. XLII No. 49- December 17, 1813
    New-England Palladium Vol. XLII No. 49- December 17, 1813
    Text       A four page, semi-weekly paper that was published from 1803 to 1814. Page 1: • Report that documents of high importance had been found in Proctor’s papers from the correspondence between an American officer and Gen. Brock • Col. Smith in command at Sackett’s Harbour, British have three vessels being …
    Text     A four page, semi-weekly paper that was published from 1803 to 1814. Page 1: • Report that documents of high importance had been found in Proctor’s papers from the correspondence …
  • The Bee Newspaper, Vol. I, No. 13
    The Bee Newspaper, Vol. I, No. 13
    Text       An original Niagara area newspaper containing an account of the Battle of Queenston Heights and the death and burial of Sir Isaac Brock. The newspaper is dated October 24, 1812, eleven days after the death of General Brock. Topics of interest include: Page 1: Sheaffe announcement regulating the sale of …
    Text     An original Niagara area newspaper containing an account of the Battle of Queenston Heights and the death and burial of Sir Isaac Brock. The newspaper is dated October 24, 1812, …
  • The Albion, or British, Colonial and Foreign Weekly Gazette Vol. 5, No. 18- May 2, 1846.
Article on Major General Isaac Brock and the 41st Regiment on the second (reverse) page.
    The Albion, or British, Colonial and Foreign Weekly Gazette Vol. 5, No. 18- May 2, 1846. Article on Major General Isaac Brock and the 41st Regiment on the second (reverse) page.
    Text       A weekly paper published from 1822 to 1856.
    Text     A weekly paper published from 1822 to 1856.
  • The New-York Weekly Museum Newspaper, Vol. II, No.24- October 16, 1813
    The New-York Weekly Museum Newspaper, Vol. II, No.24- October 16, 1813
    Text       A weekly paper that was published from 1805 to 1814. War related news includes: Page 95 - Weekly Retrospect: relief effort in London, England for those affected by the war in British North America; naval battles on Lake Ontario by Commodore Chauncey in late September; movements of Major Grant, De …
    Text     A weekly paper that was published from 1805 to 1814. War related news includes: Page 95 - Weekly Retrospect: relief effort in London, England for those affected by the war …
  • Independent Chronicle Vol. XLVI No. 3470- July 14, 1814
    Independent Chronicle Vol. XLVI No. 3470- July 14, 1814
    Text       A semi-weekly paper that was published from 1801 to 1817. It was previously called the Independent chronicle and the universal advertiser, and was later the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot (Semiweekly). Publishers were Abijah Adams and Ebenezer Rhoades. Topics of interest in this issue include: Page 1: report of Independence …
    Text     A semi-weekly paper that was published from 1801 to 1817. It was previously called the Independent chronicle and the universal advertiser, and was later the Independent chronicle & Boston patriot …
  • National Intelligencer Vol. XIII, No. __91- June 24, 1813
    National Intelligencer Vol. XIII, No. __91- June 24, 1813
    Text       The Intelligencer was an American newspaper that was established, in 1800, in Washington by Samuel Harrison Smith, a young Jeffersonian- Republican from Philadelphia. The paper was a supporter of the Jefferson and Madison administrations until 1810 when it was sold to Joseph Gales Jr. from North Carolina. In 1812 William …
    Text     The Intelligencer was an American newspaper that was established, in 1800, in Washington by Samuel Harrison Smith, a young Jeffersonian- Republican from Philadelphia. The paper was a supporter of the …
  • National Intelligencer Vol. XIII, No. 1993- June 29, 1813
    National Intelligencer Vol. XIII, No. 1993- June 29, 1813
    Text       The Intelligencer was an American newspaper that was established, in 1800, in Washington by Samuel Harrison Smith, a young Jeffersonian- Republican from Philadelphia. The paper was a supporter of the Jefferson and Madison administrations until 1810 when it was sold to Joseph Gales Jr. from North Carolina. In 1812 William …
    Text     The Intelligencer was an American newspaper that was established, in 1800, in Washington by Samuel Harrison Smith, a young Jeffersonian- Republican from Philadelphia. The paper was a supporter of the …
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