Articles from January, 2013

News of the US: Week Four of January 1813

January 22:  From Ohio –Notice from Duncan McArthur — “Thanks be to Heaven I am again a freeman.  The officers of the three regiments of Ohio volunteers and militia, surrendered at Detroit, on the 16th of August last are exchanged.  …

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News of the US: Week Three of January 1813

January 15:  Reprinted from the London Evening Star — “Our maritime superiority is in fact, part of the laws of nations.  It has been the conqueror since men associated together in civilization, to give laws to conquered; and is Great …

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Another Epic Encounter with the Indians

January 15, 2013

This encounter took place in the South, at the battle of Autossee Creek, Alabama, November 29, 1813, and was reported in a Milledgeville paper, and reprinted in the Democratic  Press on February 8, 1814.   The hero of the tale was …

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News of the US: Week Two of January 1813

January 8:  “We understand, that Mr. Fulton and Mr. Weeks called this morning to view the operation of Redheffer’s Perpetual Motion, which is now exhibiting in this city.  After sufficiently viewing the machinery and admiring the ingenuity of the Inventor, …

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For the Nashville Clarion
of December 15, 1812–Preface

January 13, 2013

I think most of the following is self-explanatory. Reprinted by the Wilmington American Watchman, January 13, 1813 “Thursday the 10th instant, was the day fixed upon for the rendezvous of the Volunteers.  It was a day looked to with the …

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