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National Intelligencer, Washington City, October 21, 1813

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News of the War of 1812 with reports from General William Henry Harrison

4 pages. The articles include news about the Maryland and New Jersey Elections; Ad for a portrait of the late Captain James Lawrence, U.S.N.; Reward for the apprehension of a deserter from the 38th Regiment U.S. Infantry signed in print by Captain John Brookes of the same regiment; news from Upper Marlborough, and Prince George's County, Maryland; lengthy article about Geography; General Harrison's Victory which includes a very lengthy letter (3 1/2 columns) from Major General William Henry Harrison to Secretary of War, General John Armstrong that is signed in print by General Harrison with a woodcut engraving of a spread winged eagle and U.S. shield at the top of the column; General Orders of Debarkation of the March and Battle written from Head-Quarters onboard the U.S. Schooner Ariel (this a lengthy article signed in print by Edmund P. Gaines, Col. Adjt. Gen.); Chaucery's Running Fight (this is another lengthy article and it is from Comm. Chauncery to the Secretary of the Navy, William Jones); the United States Ship General Pike, off Niagra, signed in print by Isaac Chauncery; Anglo-American Politics; the American War and more. Light age toning, edge wear and chipping at the bound part of the newspaper with some very slight paper loss, there are splits at places in the centerfold when the newspaper is fully opened, and a few small light stains. Overall the paper is in very solid condition with no apparent tears. Very interesting War of 1812 newspaper highlighted by battle news from Major General William Henry Harrison, future ninth president of the United States.

WBTS Trivia: The late Captain Lawrence mentioned above was Captain James Lawrence of the United States Navy. He was the commander of the warship U.S.S. Chesapeake during the War of 1812. He was mortally wounded in action against the British warship HMS Shannon. It was during this battle that Lawrence repeatedly gave his now immortal order, "Donít give up the ship...Fight her till she sinks" and "Tell them to fire faster, donít give up the ship."

The Battle of the Thames was a decisive American victory in the War of 1812 against Great Britain and its Indian allies in Tecumseh's Confederacy. It took place on October 5, 1813 in Upper Canada, near Chatham, Ontario. The British lost control of western Ontario as a result of the battle. Tecumseh was killed and his Confederacy largely fell apart.



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