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By WILLIAM JAMES,
NAVAL OCCURRENCES, &c.".
Alterum alterius auxilio eget.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR:
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British force on the Niagara in October, 1813
Attack upon the piquets-Effects of the surrender of the right division-Major-general Vincent's retreat to Burlington His orders from the commander-in-chief to retire upon KingstonFortunate contravention of those orders General Harrison's arrival at, and departure from Fort
George - Association of some Upper Canada 3-militia after being disembodied—Their gallant
attack upon, and capture of, a band of plundering traitors General M-Clure's shameful cona
duct towards the Canadian inhabitants--Colonel : Murray's gallant behaviour Its effect upon
generul M-ClureA Canadian winter-Night-