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Acts, Embargo-13; Non-intercourse, 15; De- Canada, State of feeling in Lower_47; Inva-
sion of by Gen. Smyth—119; Position of
Affairs in Lower-124; Army in Lower---
Canadian Voyageurs, Capture of—117.
England feeling towards Great Britain on-63.
Do. Articles of-355.
Champlain, Descent on Ports of Lake-204.
Chauncey and Dearborn's Expedition--172.
Chauncey's Descent on York—188, 190.
Chesapeake and Shannon-137.
ions of U. S. writers on descent on–381. Chesapeake Bay, Occurrences in—264.
Christie and Veritas-206.
Chrysler's Farm, Number engaged at-244.
Clark, Col. Letter of–177.
Craney Island, Attack on–273.
Dearborn, Gen. Cause of the Inaction of-128;
Failure of-129; and Chauncey's Expedi-
Its Results-325; Destruction of Stores of War by Six Nations --181.
Decrees.-Berlin-4; Buonaparte-6; Impe-
rial-10; Rambouillet-20; Pretended
of action—85; His Measures-57; Re- Detroit, Battle of -58; Position of Affairs at-
Press respecting—113; Monument-145. —126; Gen. Harrison—127; Maj. Mac-
-313; Despatch-315; Inaction and Ti Gen. Vincent-157; Adj. Gen. Baynes-
163; Brig. Gen. Vincent--169; Major
Crogham–186 ; Sir G. Provost—190 ;
204; Capt. Everard—205; Com. Macdon-
ough—205; R. H. Barclay—209; Com,
Perry-211; Maj. Gen. Harrison—216; Indian Militia, Conduct of_55; Arrival of, at
Killed and Wounded-259; Armstrong on
Ninety Days Embargo-36.
Oswego, American Accounts of Descent on--
fence of_334; Fortifications of, Repaired Parker, Death of Sir Petor-370.
Passamaquoddy Bay, Events at-343.
Peacock and Hornet-133.
Pelican and Argus--199.
Plan of Operations on Niagara Frontier—97.
Prairie du Chien, Attack on -297.
June, 1812-37; 4th Nov., 1812–79.
President and Little Belt-24.
Press, Misrepresentations of U. S.-115.
Provost's, General, Order-221 ; Instructions--
Proclamation, Gen. Hull's—48; Gen. Brock's
--312; James Madison-368.
Proctor, Gen., Force of—132; Deserted by
Indians—144; Despatch to Sir G. Provost Toronto, (York), Plan of City and Bay-146.
225 ; Armstrong's observations on-225. Act-13; Public feeling, unfriendly to
-104; Reinforcements arrive at–176. 15; Non-intercourse Act—15; Madison's
Inauguration–17; Rejoicings in—19; De-
claration of War by—37.
Van Ranselaer, Plan of—101; to remain Sec-
retary of War-108; Resignation of–116.
Veritas and Christie-206.
War declared by U. S.-37; An act of Aggres-
sion by U. S.-38; and Invasion of Russia
simultaneous—39; First Objects of_-68 ;
Washington, Capture of_356; Estimate of
Property destroyed at-365.
Wayne, Expedition against Fort—93.
Wilkinson, Gen., Expedition of—241; retires
to winter quarters-249; Failure of_250.
York, Plan of–146; Descent upon—149; Ca-
pitulation of-—154; Second descent on-
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