• Facts relative to the campaign on the Niagara in 1814

      Ripley, Eleazar Wheelock, 1782-1839. (Boston : Printed at the Patriot-Office,, 2009-08-11)
    • Fifth series of historical documents : [All relating to the War of 1812].

      Literary and Historical Society of Quebec. (Quebec : Printed at the "Morning Chronicle" office,, 2009-08-11)
    • The Flags, Standards and Colors Taken by the Forces of the United States

      United States. Congress. House. Committee on Condition and Distribution of Flags, Standards ad Colors. Taken by the United States.; Seybert, Adam, 1773-1825. (2011-12-16)
    • The Freemans Journal and Philadelphia Mercantile Advertiser, 9 April 1814 (no. 3157) - Newspaper

      2013-07-03
      Volumes of interest were published between 1812 and 1815 with articles about the War of 1812. Issue for Apr. 9, 1814: the balance of the front page is taken up with ads including one for "Drums And Fifes" with illustration, and one for "A new correct map of the seat of war in Lower Canada" by Amos Lay, land surveyor. Page 2 has some War of 1812 reports. Pages 3 & 4 are taken up with ads.
    • General regulations and orders, 1804

      Great Britain. War Office. (2013-12-05)
      A book of general regulations and orders by the War Office of Great Britain, inscribed by L. Colonel Brock. (SPCL UE 58 G73 1804) This book of General Regulations and Orders by the War Office in Great Britain also includes manual and platoon exercises, as well as general orders and observations on the movement and field exercise of infantry. The front paste-down is inscribed with "L. Colonel Brock". Also inscribed in the front is "Maj. Genl T.A. Smith late of the 1st. Rifle Regt.". There is also a bookplate of Robert B. Taylor, Norfolk. On the front flyleaf is a lengthy, two-page transcription in ink, headed Copy/Circular/ that is dated "Horse Guards, 25th May '07" and signed "Harry Calvert Adjt. General". This bound volume contains three separate sections: 1. General Regulations and Orders, 1804 2. The Manual and Platoon Exercises, 1804 3. General Orders and Observations on the Movements and Field Exercise of the Infantry, 1804 77 p., 2 fold. Leaves
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1812 August

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      Specific pages with War of 1812 content in this volume: August: Page 179: The official American declaration of war. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street. The magazine contains accounts of important historical events, abstracts of foreign occurrences, letters from noted figures, articles on geography, biographical entries for prominent people, poems, statistics, obituaries, reviews of books and more.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1812 December

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      *Pages 497-504 are duplicated. Please check both November and December for these pages listed in the Index. Specific pages related to the War of 1812 include: Contains an update on the war on page 574, providing some details of the British attack on Fort Michilimackinac, led by Capt. Roberts, at the urging of Isaac Brock. A report forwarded to Sir G. Prevost (Governor in Chief) by Isaac Brock is mentioned regarding these events. Pages 576, 577, 578: A lengthy article beginning on page 576 describes Gen. Hull’s surrender at Detroit to the British forces under Isaac Brock. It is stated that Gen. Brock’s “conduct and services are praised in the highest terms by Gen. Prevost”. Contains Brock’s account of the events in a letter dated at Detroit, August 17. Intelligence from Major General Sir Isaac Brock with mentions of the battles of Fort Detroit, Amherstburg, etc. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street. The magazine contains accounts of important historical events, letters from noted figures, articles on geography, biographical entries for prominent people, poems, reviews of books and more.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1812 July

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      This volume contains a brief article on page 77 about the American declaration of war against Great Britain. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street. The magazine contains accounts of important historical events, abstracts of foreign occurrences, letters from noted figures, articles on geography, biographical entries for prominent people, poems, statistics, obituaries, reviews of books and more.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1812 July to December Index and Supplement

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      Specific pages related to the War of 1812 include: Contains an account of the Battle of Queenston Heights and the death of Isaac Brock beginning on page 655. Maj.-Gen. Sheaffe provides a lengthy account of the battle in a letter dated at Fort George, October 13. The destruction of a barracks near Black Rock and the capture of the Caledonia are also mentioned in General Orders by Edward Baynes, Adj.-Gen., dated at Montreal, October 21. A brief obituary of Isaac Brock is included on page 670. It is written that he died “whilst gallantly cheering his troops and encouraging them to sustain their position in opposition to an infinitely superior force…one of the most gallant and zealous officers in his Majesty’s service”. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street. The magazine contains accounts of important historical events, abstracts of foreign occurrences, letters from noted figures, articles on geography, biographical entries for prominent people, poems, statistics, obituaries, reviews of books and more.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1812 November

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      Specific pages related to the War of 1812 include: Pages 490: Fall of Major General Isaac Brock at the Battle of Queenston Heights and victory by Major General Roger Shaeffe. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street. The magazine contains accounts of important historical events, abstracts of foreign occurrences, letters from noted figures, articles on geography, biographical entries for prominent people, poems, statistics, obituaries, reviews of books and more.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1812 October

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      Specific pages related to the War of 1812 include: Page 385: The capture of Fort Detroit; battles at Plattsburgh and Sackett's Harbour. Page 389: On 10 October 1812, Major General Sir Isaac Brock was knighted. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street. The magazine contains accounts of important historical events, abstracts of foreign occurrences, letters from noted figures, articles on geography, biographical entries for prominent people, poems, statistics, obituaries, reviews of books and more.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1812 September

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      Pages 282 to 283: Mention of border hostilities, the occupation of the town of Sandwich (in Canada, near Detroit (present day Windsor, Ontario) and a riot in Baltimore. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street. The magazine contains accounts of important historical events, letters from noted figures, articles on geography, biographical entries for prominent people, poems, statistics, obituaries, reviews of books and more.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1813 April

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      Contains a reference to the Battle of Frenchman’s Creek (the Affair opposite Black Rock) on p. 370-371, mentioning the official accounts of these events by Gen. Sheaffe and Col. Bishopp. A list of the officers wounded at Fort Erie is included. The marriage of Gen. Brock’s niece, Sarah Selby Brock, is mentioned on page 385. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were Printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1813 December

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      Contains an extract of a dispatch from George Prevost dated at Kingston, July 3, with details of the Battle of Beaver Dams (p. 601-602). This is followed by accounts of the battle by Cecil Bishopp (Lieut. Col. commanding the troops), and Lieut. J. Fitzgibbon. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were Printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1813 January to June - Index and Supplements

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      Contains accounts of a British attack at Black Rock on July 11, 1813, in dispatches received by Earl Bathurst from George Prevost (p. 680). It is written that “the block-houses, barracks, and navy yard, with one large schooner, were burnt: before the whole of the stores were taken away, the Enemy advanced, having been re-inforced by a body of Indians…it was deemed prudent to retreat to the boats”. Includes a return of the killed, wounded and missing. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were Printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street.
    • The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle - 1813 July

      Sylvanus Urban (2011-12-16)
      Contains some details of the Battle of Stoney Creek on p. 82. The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle was a monthly periodical published in England during the years of 1736-1833. The volumes of interest from 1812-1815 were written and compiled by Sylvanus Urban, Gentleman. These volumes were Printed in London by Nichols, Son and Bentley at Cicero's Head, Red Lion Passage and Fleet Street.