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New York American newspaper
Twelve (12) 1838 New York American (NY) newspapers with content 1837-38 Canadian Rebellion
New York: New York American, 1838. 1st Edition. No binding. Good. • #1) January 5, Front Page, c. 6 - "REVOLT IN CANADA" - letter from Lockport dated Dec.27. Concerning the armament of Navy Island and the insurrection in Upper Canada - 300 patriots under Duncombe at London - the only force In the province is now on Navy Island and Is 800-1000 strong under Van Rensselaer - Navy Island belongs to the Crown and is 1.5 miles above Chippewa - more on the Patriot force, militia, Indians, McNabb, a list of prisoners in jail for treason - late news from the 29th of increased forces opposite Navy Island with artillery, etc - 22 Column Inches ALSO, p. 3, c. 1 - "SPECIAL MESSAGE" of NY Governor W. L. Marcy dated Albany, January 2, 1838 about the invasion of New York by armed force from Upper Canada and the destruction of the Caroline - 9 Column Inches ALSO, p. 3, c. 4 - "SERIOUS ASPECT OF THE UPPER CANADA REVOLT" - letters and details on the Capture of the Caroline - 30 Column Inches ALSO, p. 3, c. 5 - "MESSAGE OF GOVERNOR HEAD" to the Parliament of Upper Canada on the progress of the revolt - 32 Column Inches • #2) February 23 Front Page, Col. 4, - "FROM THE FRONTIER" Cleveland Ohio, Troops on their way to Detroit. The Patriots crossing over from Sandusky. Col. 2 inches. Page 2, Col. 4, - "FROM THE FRONTIER" Patriots from Navy Island reported along Erie Shore. Americans requesting additional help, specifically 6 companies to preserve peace. • #3) February 27 Front Page, Col. 4, - Correspondent, Washington Feb21/38 The Canadian Question...War or Peace? Col.2-1/ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lord Durham Rare Books (IOBA) [St. Catharines, ON, Canada]

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