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ANNALS OF AMERICA.
CHAPTER I.-r§ 1. Introduction. 2. Expedition of general Hull. 3.
March through the Indian country. 4. Invasion of Canada. 5. Re-
connoitering on the Thames. 6. Attack on the British advanced posts.
7. Fall of Michillimackinac. 8. Policy of Britain and America to-
wards the Indians. 9. Skirmishing. 10. American supplies inter- cepted. 11. Battle of Maguago. 12. Canada evacuated. 13. De- troit summoned. 14. Surrender of the army. 15. Massacre at Chi- cago 1
CHAPTER II.—§ 1. Character of the American navy. 2. Cruise of
the squadron under commodore Rodgers. 3. Pursuit of the Belvidera.,
4. Escape of the Constitution. 5. Capture of the Guerriere. 6. Cruise
of the Essex. 7. Rodgers' second cruise. 8. The Argus. 9. Cap-
ture of the Macedonian. 10. Capture of the Frolick and Wasp.
11. Affairs on the lakes. 12. Capture of the Caledonia and De-
troit- 13. Battle of Queenstown. 14. Smyth's abortive expedition 13
CHAPTER III § 1. Military ardour of the western states. 2. Fort
Wayne relieved. 3. Indian expeditions. 4. March through the
wilderness to Fort Defiance. 5. Failure of Tupper's projected
expedition. 6. Expedition to the rapids of the Miami. 7. Second
expedition thither. 8. Siege of Fort Harrison. 9. Relief of that
post. 10. Expedition against the Peoria towns. 11. Destruction of
the Indian towns on the Wabash. 12. Destruction of the Indian towns
on the Mississinewa. 13. Expedition against the Florida Indians 29
CHAPTER IV.—§ 1. The Bonne Citoyenne challenged. 2. Capture
and destruction of the Java. 3. Capture and destruction of the Peacock.
4. Cruise of the Chesapeake. 5. Captured by the Shannon. 6. Capture
of the Argus. 7. Capture of the Boxer. 8. Cruise of the President
and Congress. 9. Cruise of the Essex. 10. Loss of national vessels.
11. American privateers. 12. The Rolla. 13. The Comet. 14.
The General Armstrong. 15. The Decatur 45
CHAPTER V—§ 1. Battle near the River Raisin. 2. Battle of French-
town. 3. Massacre of the prisoners. 4. Fort Meigs constructed.
5. Siege of Fort Meigs. 6. Skirmishing on the St. Lawrence. 7.
Capture of Ogdensburg. 8. Capture of York. 9. Capture of Fort
George, lo. Generals Chandler and Winder made prisoners. 11.
Capture of Bcerstler's detachment 12. Attack on Sackett's Har-
bour. 13. Sodus burnt. 14. Second attempt on Sackett's Harbour.
IS. Attack on Black Rock. 16. Siege of Lower Sandusky 67
CHAPTER VI.—§ 1. Norfolk threatened by a British squadron. 2. Bom-
bardment of Lewistown. 3. Capture of the Dolphin, &c. 4. Ac-
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tion between the Fox and Adeline. 5. Annapolis and Baltimore
threatened. 6. Burning of the villages of Havre-de-Grace, &c. 7. At-
tack on Craney Island. 8. Outrages at Hampton. 9. Decatur's
squadron driven into New London. 10. Attempt to blow up the Ra-
milies. 11. Explosion of a torpedo 83
CHAPTER VII— § .1. Cruises on lake Erie. 2. Capture of the Brit-
ish squadron. 3. Evacuation of Malden and Detroit. 4. Capture of
the British army. 5. Moderation .of the conquerors. 6. Expedition
to the Peoria lake. T. Inactivity of the army at Fort George. 8.
Chauncey's cruises on lake Ontario. 9. Engagement with the Koyal
George under Kingston batteries. 10. Engagement with Yeo's squa-
dron. 11 Yeo chased round the lake. 12- Chauncey's second engage-
ment with Yeo. 13. Capture of the British transports 91
CHAPTER VIII.— § 1. Movements on lake Champlain. 2. General
Hampton invades Canada. 3. Wilkinson moves down the St. Lawrence.
4. Battle of Williamsburgh. 5. Hampton declines a junction. 6.
The army moves into winter-quarters. 7. Evacuation of Fort
George. 8. Fort Niagara taken by storm. 9. The Niagara frontier
laid waste 108
CHAPTER IX — § I. Events on the southern frontier. 2. Seizure of
Mobile. 3. War with the Creek Indians. 4. Capture of Fort Mims.
5. Battle of Tallushatches. 6. Battle of Talledega. 7. Destruction
of the Hillibee towns. 8. Battle of Autossee. 9. Expedition to the
Tallapoosie river. 10. Prospects of peace. 11. Retaliation. 12. Cor-
respondence on the employment of the Indians 118
American and British manifestoes
American and British proclamations on the invasion of Canada
American and British accounts of the capture of Michillimackinac
Attack on the British advanced posts at the river Aux Canards
American and British accounts of the surrender of the army under
Evacuation of Chicago
Cruize of the squadron under commodore Rodgers
Escape of the Constitution
Captain Hull's second cruize
American and British accounts of the capture and destruction of
Cruize of the Essex
Capture of the Nautilus
Cruize of commodore Rodgers
American and British accounts of the capture of the Frolic and
American and British accounts of the capture of the Macedonian
Capture of the Caledonia and the Detroit
Battle of Queenstown
Affair at St. Regis
Cruize of the squadron on lake Ontario
Cannonading between Forts George and Niagara
General Smyth's expedition
Cruize of the Chesapeake [161
Capture and shipwreck of the Vixen Capture and destruction of the Peacock [165
American and British accounts of the capture of the Chesapeake Capture of the Fly [173
Capture of the Dominica Capture of the Argus Capture of the Boxer 175
Cruize of commodore Rodgers Capture of the Dart Cruize of the Essex Proceedings of the north-western army 187
American and British accounts of the capture of York Capture of Fort George 224
American and British accounts of the attack on Sackett's Harbour American and British accounts of the capture of generals Chandler and Winder [237
American and British accounts of the capture of the detachment under colonel Bcerstler . [242
Skirmishes at Fort George 246
Siege of Lower Sandusky -251
Operations of the blockading squadron 257
Cruizes of commodore Chauncey on lake Ontario :280
Capture of the British squadron on lake Erie 295
Capture of the British army under general Proctor 298
British account of the defeat of general Proctor and captain Bar-
British account of a skirmish with the advanced guard of the army
under general Hampton [313
Operations of the army under general Wilkinson [315
War with the Creek Indians [328
American and British accounts of the capture of Fort Niagara, and
the desolation of that frontier [347