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The War, 26 January 1813 (vol. 1, no.32)
Contains a report of Tecumseh’s capture by General Tupper at a battle above the Rapids of the Miami. A description of “General Tecumseh” is included.
The War, 6 July 1813, (vol. 2, no.55)
Contains a brief mention of the Battle of Beaver Dams, under the heading “Bad News from Canada”. It is reported that “Sunday’s steam-boat brought a report of another disaster to our army in Canada, a detachment of which, ...
The War, 31 August 1813 (vol.2, no.63)
Contains the official British account of the capture of the American schooners (Julia and Growler) on Lake Ontario. Com. Chauncey’s statement on the affair is also included.
The War, 2 November 1813 (vol. 2, no.72)
Contains a brief entry under the headline “Latest from Our Armies”, noting that “Tecumseh, the celebrated Indian warrior, was found among the dead of Proctor’s army”.
The War, 16 November 1813 (vol. 2, no.74)
Contains a description of Tecumseh and his death at the Battle of the Thames, taken from a letter by Maj. Thomas Rowland to his friend, dated October 9.
The War, 3 August 1813 (vol. 2, no.59)
Contains an article on the Battle of Beaver Dams, consisting of an account of the action by Major C. Chapin taken from the Buffalo Gazette.
The War, 30 November 1813 (vol. 2, no.76)
Mentions Gen. Harrison’s arrival in New York, and his confirmation of the report of Tecumseh’s death.
The War, 28 December 1813 (vol. 2, no.80)
Contains the official British account of the capture of Proctor’s army (at the Battle of the Thames, or Moraviantown).
The War, 7 September 1813 (vol. 2, no.64)
Contains a brief article on an attack on the pickets at Fort George, consisting of a copy of a letter from Brig. Gen. Boyd to the Secretary of War, dated Aug. 24.
The War, 24 August 1813 (vol.2, no. 62)
Contains an account of a naval engagement on Lake Ontario, during which two American ships (Scourge and Hamilton) were sunk during a storm off the Niagara coast. Two other American ships (Julia and Growler) were captured ...