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British force on the Niagara in October, 1813–
Attack upon the piquets-Effects of the surrender of the right division-Major-general Vincent's retreat to Burlington - His orders from the commander-in-chief to retire upon Kingston Fortunate contravention of those orders General Harrison's arrival at, and departure from Fort
George Association of some Upper Canada *- militia after being disembodied— Their gallant * attack upon, and capture of, a band of plunder
ing traitors—General M-Clure's shameful conduct towards the Canadian inhabitants ---Colonel Murray's gallant behaviour--Its effect upon generul M'Clure-A Canadian winter-Nightconflagration of Newark by the Americans M Clure's abandonment of Fort-George, and Aight across the river-Arrival of lieutenantgeneral Drummond--Assault upon, and capture of Fort-Niagara - Canadian prisoners found there - Retaliatory destruction of Lewistoron,