Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion. Maine Daily Journal newspaper.
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion

Ten (10) 1838 Maine Daily Journal (Augusta) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion

Place Published: Augusta
Publisher: Maine Daily Journal
Date Published: 1838
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: No binding

• #1) January 5, p. 3, c. 1 - "The Canada War" - Gov. Head passed up from Lewiston to Chippewa with 30 sleigh loads of men on Monday - he also sent a ag of truce to General Van Rensselaer, commanding him to leave Navy Island instantly, more - McNabb is reported to be moving toward Chippewa with 1300 men - on the night of the 26th the British commenced erecting a battery opposite Navy Island, as soon as it was discovered it was bombarded and abandoned - more on the resumption and the attempts of the Canadians to land on Navy Island - 400 regular troops arrived at Chippewa with a park of artillery - 4.5 Column Inches ALSO - p. 3, c. 2 - "PROCLAMATION" of W. L. MacKenzie dated Navy Island, Dec. 10th - 300 acres of the most valuable lands in Canada will be given to each volunteer who will join the Patriot forces now on Navy Island - also 100 dollars in silver -1.5 Column Inches

• #2) January 6, p. 3, c. 3 - at Buffalo on the 29th a serious commotion by a rumor that the British had landed on Grand Island - inhabitants meeting and a Sherriff’s of cer a two deputies to determine if the rumors were true - 60-70 armed and unarmed footmen and horsemen went post haste to the scene - volunteers from all quarters - 2 Column Inches ALSO - p. 3, c. 4 - "Gross outrage and invasion of our territory by the British Royalists!!! - American Blood shed!!!" - Buffalo news of the 25th states an express just arrived from the seat of war with information of the Royalists' outrage against persons and property of American citizens - attack upon the steamer Caroline while at Schlosser - 34 on board mostly from Buffalo, only 12 found - a 2am report from Schlosser gives the facts of the attack on the Caroline - 4 Column Inches

• #3) January 8, p. 3, c. 3 - Nothing is heard or talked of here in Buffalo today (Saturday the 30th) except the destruction of the Caroline - astonishment and horror - Brig. Gen. Burt ordered regiments of the 47th Brigade to Buffalo as a measure of precaution - more on the response - more news on the steamer Caroline nearly opposite Navy Island, attacked at lam by ve boats of Royalists – more details - 6 Column Inches

• #4) January 9,1838. p. 3, c. 4 - "Con rmation of the News from the Niagara Frontier" - con rmation of the destruction of the Caroline at Schlosser - authentic narrative of the affair derived from of cial statements sent to the Gov. of New York - more on Navy Island, Grand Island and Chippewa -11 Column Inches

• #5) January 10, p. 2, c. 3 - "ATTACK ON NAVY ISLAND - DEFEAT OF THE BRITISH!!" - letters received at NY Saturday from Albany states the British had made several attacks on Navy Island and had been beaten with great slaughter - Van Rensselaer landed at Chippewa and the Patriot ag was ying triumphantly in Upper Canada - the Patriots had a number of the British boats - 3000 men armed Buffalo - more - 3 Column Inches

• #6) January 13, p. 3, c. 1 - "A PROCLAMATION - By The President of the United States" - Complete text of Martin Van Buren's January 5,1838 Proclamation exhorting citizens of the United States against unlawful activities regarding the affairs of Canada and Great Britain, individuals involved on Navy Island, etc - 6 Column Inches ALSO, p. 3, c. 1 - "From Buffalo and Navy Island" - news to January 3rd from the Niagara Frontier - Gen. Arcularius went over on the 3rd to demand the stolen cannon - the Island was evacuated for a few days - more -1.5 Column Inches ALSO - p. 3, c. 2 - "From the Seat of War" - a letter dated Niagara Falls, January 3, with all

information in relation to the position of affairs in Upper Canada - details on Navy Island, the Caroline, Chippewa, McNabb and Jarvis, more -14 Column Inches

• #7) January 15, p. 3, c. 1-4 - Message of President Van Buren and several Diplomatic Documents relative to the British attack upon the steamer Caroline - letters included are between J. R. Poinsett Secretary of War to NY Gov. Marcy and John Forsyth to Henry S. Fox - 30 Column Inches

• #8) January 18, Front Page, c. 4 - From the Buffalo Commercial Advertiser - refers to McNab's published account of the attack on the Caroline, that it was done by his orders, those engaged commended for bravery - bills of indictment against those involved in murder on the Caroline, Sir Francis required to deliver them up to NY authorities - 3 Column Inches

• #9) January 22, p. 2, c. 2-3 - "NEUTRALITY" --16 Column Inches ALSO - p. 3, c. 1 - "NAVY ISLAND" - 4 Column Inches

• #10) March 19, - Front Page - Complete Text of Maine Gov. Edward Kent's Speech on the North-Eastern Boundary on March 14, 1838 - 38 Column Inches
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