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Acts, Embargo-13; Non-intercourse, 15; De- Canada, State of feeling in Lower_47; Inva-
claring War-43.

sion of by Gen. Smyth—119; Position of
Alexandria, Attack on-370.

Affairs in Lower-124; Army in Lower---
American Army, Force of---101, 132; Move 133; Its Fifth Invasion–311.
ments of_317.

Canadian Voyageurs, Capture of—117.
American, List of captures made—78; New Canadians and the War--45; Effect of Success

England feeling towards Great Britain on-63.
353; Preparations of U. S. Government- Capitulation of York—154.

Do. Articles of-355.
Americans, Effect of success on-74; Boastings Captives, Slaughter of—149.

Champlain, Descent on Ports of Lake-204.

Chauncey and Dearborn's Expedition--172.
Argus and Pelican-199.

Chauncey's Descent on York—188, 190.
Armistice, The, and subsequent policy-85. Chesapeake's Affair, 22nd June, 1807—7.
Assembly of U. C. and the War-46.

Chesapeake and Shannon-137.
Baltimore, Demonstration against_372; Opin Do. Want of Discipline-141.

ions of U. S. writers on descent on–381. Chesapeake Bay, Occurrences in—264.
Banatarian Pirates—387.

Christie and Veritas-206.
Bayne's opinion of General Hull-84.

Chrysler's Farm, Number engaged at-244.
Beaver Dam, Affair at-174.

Clark, Col. Letter of–177.
Berlin Decree—4; its rigorous execution–5. Clay, Gen. Manifesto of—182.
Black Rock, Destruction of Fort at—117 ; Conjocta Creek, Repulse at-355.
Bisshopp's attack on—176.

Craney Island, Attack on–273.
Boerstlers Capitulation-175.

Dearborn, Gen. Cause of the Inaction of-128;
Bowyer, Attack on Fort-388.

Failure of-129; and Chauncey's Expedi-
Boxer and Enterprise-200.

Bridgewater, Battle of, American version-321 ; Declaration of War-37; of Hostilities, 42;

Its Results-325; Destruction of Stores of War by Six Nations --181.
and Baggage_328.

Decatur's Cruise_301.
British Government, Measures of_75.

Decrees.-Berlin-4; Buonaparte-6; Impe-
British Provinces, The object of War-40.

rial-10; Rambouillet-20; Pretended
Brock General, leaves York (Toronto) for scene Revocation of French-20.

of action—85; His Measures-57; Re- Detroit, Battle of -58; Position of Affairs at-
turns to York—81 ; Complimentary Letters 124.
to484; Escape of—93; Reception at Despatches, Letters, &c., of Gen. Brock—103;
Queenston—100; Despatches—103; Per of Two Commanding Officers compared-
sonal Appearance of–112; Public Opinion 108; of Van Ranselear-108; Gen. She-
of–112; Death—112; Opinions of the affe—111; Capt. Wool-111; Gen. Proctor

Press respecting—113; Monument-145. —126; Gen. Harrison—127; Maj. Mac-
Brown, General, Proclamation of_312; Force donell—131; Gen. Proctor-147; Brig.

-313; Despatch-315; Inaction and Ti Gen. Vincent-157; Adj. Gen. Baynes-
midity_317; Boast of Victory—339.

163; Brig. Gen. Vincent--169; Major
Buonaparte's Decree—6.

Crogham–186 ; Sir G. Provost—190 ;
Burlington Heights, Demonstration Against Maj. Taylor—203; Lieut. Col. Murray,

204; Capt. Everard—205; Com. Macdon-
Campaign, Plan of the--133.

ough—205; R. H. Barclay—209; Com,

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Perry-211; Maj. Gen. Harrison—216; Indian Militia, Conduct of_55; Arrival of, at
Sir G. Provost-221; Maj. Friend-227; Detroit-92.
Lieut. Bullock-227; Adj. Gen. Baynes- Indian Alliance-179; Real Causes of -181.
232; Com. Chauncey—241; Lieut. Col. Ingersol on Reprisal—234.
Morrison—243; Maj. Gen. Wilkinson- Invasion of Canada failure of–123.
244, 247; Adj. Gen. Baynes—248, 249; Izzard, Gen., Armstrong and Ingersoll 01—310.
Lieut. Morrison-—253; Col. Murray_255, Jackson's Mission and Recall-19.
256 ; Maj. Gen. Ryall—257; Brig. Gen. Java and Constitution--Action of—73.
McClure-257; Ad. Cockburn-265, 267, Junon, Attack on by Flotilla—272.
269; Lieut. Crerie-272; Com. Cassin- LaColle Mill, Attack on–280.
272; Ad. Warren-273, 276; Sir S. Beck- Lafitte the Banatarian Pirate-387.
with--276; Lieut. Col. Butler—278; Adj. Little Belt and President-24.
Gen. Cummings—280; Lieut. Col. Wil- Lundy's Lane, Battle and results—325; des-
liams—283; Gen. Drummond-285; Lieut. truction of Stores and Baggage--328.
Col. Fischer-287; Adj. Gen. Jones-290; Lyon's Creek, Skirmish at~339.
Sir J. Yeo-291; J. Armstrong, Sect. of Macedonian and United States—71.
War-294; Lieut. Col. McDouall—296 ; Machilimackinaw and Matchadash, Expeditions
Lieut. Col. McKay-297; Lieut. Bulger against-294.
299; Capt. Porter—305 ; Maj. Gen. Ryall Madison's Inauguration—17.
-314; Gen. Brown-316; Lieut. Gen. Meigs, Fort—147 ; Expedition against—184.
Drummond_318; Gen. Brown-321; Gen. Miami, Expedition to the—142.
Drummond—328 ; Col. J. Harvey—329; Militia, American, Refusing to cross Niagara
Lieut. Conklin--330; Gen. Drummond River--116.
331; Gen. DeWaterville-388; Col. Pil- Moravian Town, Affair at--220.
kington—343; Maj. Putnam-344; Sir J. Morgan, Major, Report of—335.
C. Sherbrooke-345; Col. John_347 ; Murray, Col., Movements of—254.
Col. Pilkington—350; Ad. Griffith-351; Nancy, Attack on, at Nottawasaga_299.
Capt. Barrie_-354 ; Gen. Winder—358; Naval Encounters—65; Strength compared -
Maj. Gen. Ross—359; Ad. Cockburn—361; 133; Events on Canadian Lakes-141 ;
James Monroe-_366 ; Ad. Cochrane-367; Concluding events—396.
Maj. Gen. Smith-373 ; Ad. Cochrane- New Orleans, Expedition to-387; Preparation
375; Ad. Cockburn--378; Col. Brooke to Attack-388.
380 ; Sir G. Provost_383 ; Sir J. Yeo— Newark, (Niagara), Destruction of—254.
384; Lieut. Jones—388; Maj. Gen. Lam- Niagara Frontier--101.
bert-392 ; Col. Lawrence-395 ; Capt. Niagara, Fort, Attack on-355 ; Return of
Hayes-396 ; Com. Decatur-397.

Killed and Wounded-259; Armstrong on
Dominica and Decatur-199.

Capture of-260.
Eagle, Capture of the--202

Ninety Days Embargo-36.
Eldridge's, Lieut., Massacre--180.

Non-Intercourse Act-15.
Embargo Act—13; Effect of–15; Ninety Days Order of Council, 7th Jan., 1807—5; 11th Nov.,

Enterprise and Boxer-200.

Oswego, American Accounts of Descent on--
Erie, Fort, Surrender of—314; Splendid De 289.

fence of_334; Fortifications of, Repaired Parker, Death of Sir Petor-370.

Passamaquoddy Bay, Events at-343.
Erskine's Negotiation with Madison-17; Dis- Patterson, Com., Attempts to gain information
avowed by Great Britain--19.

Escape of British West Indiamen-66.

Peacock and Hornet-133.
Essex, Cruise of the-303.

Pelican and Argus--199.
Fisher Island, Attempt to Blow up the Ramilas Perry's Victory, Consequence of —214.

Plan of Operations on Niagara Frontier—97.
Fleets of G. B. and U. S., Manning of--67. Plattsburg—381; Attack on and Failure-385.
France, Seizures and Burnings of—21 ; A secret Porter's, Treatment of an English Sailor-67;
understanding with U. S.-25.

Frolic and Wasp—Engagement of-71.

Prairie du Chien, Attack on -297.
Gananoque, Affair at-208.

Preliminary Remarks—3.
George, Fort, Descent on-156; Demonstration President's War Message-25; Message, 1st
against by Sir G. Provost-195.

June, 1812-37; 4th Nov., 1812–79.
Gordon's Terms-_-370.

President and Little Belt-24.
Growler, Capture of——202.

Press, Misrepresentations of U. S.-115.
Guerriere, Loss of the-68.

Provost's, General, Order-221 ; Instructions--
Hall's, Gen., Letter remarks on-260.

253; Proclamation-261.
Hampton, Gen., Movements and Force of-246. Prisoners, Treatment of–115, 231; Disposal
Henry's Mission-35.

Hornet and Peacock-135.

Proclamation, Gen. Hull's—48; Gen. Brock's
Hostilities, Act declaring—43; First demon –62; Sir G. Provost's-261; Gen. Brown's
stration of-48.

--312; James Madison-368.
Imperial Decree—10.

Proctor, Gen., Force of—132; Deserted by

Indians—144; Despatch to Sir G. Provost Toronto, (York), Plan of City and Bay-146.
—147; Movements in the West--148 ; Treaty of Peace_397.
Situation in the West-209; Retreat United States, Predicament of-11; Embargo

225 ; Armstrong's observations on-225. Act-13; Public feeling, unfriendly to
Queenston Heights, Diagram of_98; Battle of G. B.-14; Additions to the Troops of-

-104; Reinforcements arrive at–176. 15; Non-intercourse Act—15; Madison's
Rambouillet's Decree-20.

Inauguration–17; Rejoicings in—19; De-
Ramilies, Attempt to blow up—302.

claration of War by—37.
Reinforcements, Non-arrival of—99.

Van Ranselaer, Plan of—101; to remain Sec-
Right of Search—8.

retary of War-108; Resignation of–116.
Rogers, Cruise of Commodore-196.

Veritas and Christie-206.
Rose's Mission to U. S.-14.

War declared by U. S.-37; An act of Aggres-
St. George, Col., Movements of—52.

sion by U. S.-38; and Invasion of Russia
St. Lawrence, Demonstration on—130.

simultaneous—39; First Objects of_-68 ;
Sackett's Harbour, Expedition against—161. Declaration of, by Six Nations—181.
Sandusky Affair, Remarks on—187.

Washington, Capture of_356; Estimate of
Schlosser, Expedition against Fort—176.

Property destroyed at-365.
Scott, Gen., Breaking Parole—188.

Wayne, Expedition against Fort—93.
Shannon and Chesapeake-137.

Wilkinson, Gen., Expedition of—241; retires
Sheaffe's Force-132.

to winter quarters-249; Failure of_250.
Smyth's, Appointment—116; Proclamation-Yeo, Sir James, Arrival of—-133; on Lake
117; Invasion of Canada-119.

Stoney Creek, Surprise at–168.

York, Plan of–146; Descent upon—149; Ca-
Surveyor, Schooner, Cutting out-271.

pitulation of-—154; Second descent on-
Talbot, Outrage at Port-336.

188, 190.
Tecumseth's Speech—214; Character--229.


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