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" Amherstburg, had succeeded in cutting off lheir supplies on the opposite side of the river, and in intercepting their dispatches, which described in very strong terms their apprehensions and despondency. The losses they had sustained in their different... "
The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book: Containing ... - Page 237
edited by - 1820
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The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly ..., Volume 5

1812
...bribe, aided by a detachment of the 41st regiment from Amherstburg, had succeeded in catting off their supplies on the opposite side of the river, and in...different actions, upon the Canard river, as well at those for protecting their supplies, together with the mode of warfare pursued by the Indians, had...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 22

1812
...bribe, aided by a detachment of the 41st regiment from Amherstburg, had succeeded in cutting off their supplies on the opposite side of the river, and in...their apprehensions and despondency. The losses they hid sustained in their different actions upon the Canard river, as well as those for protecting their...
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The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion, Volume 1

1812
...apprehensions and despondency. The lasses they had sustained in their different actions, upon the Canard Hirer, as well as those for protecting their supplies, together with the mode of warfare pursued tiy the Indians, had greatly discouraged and dispirited them, and had convinced General Hull how hopeless...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 54

Edmund Burke - 1813
...bribe, aided by a detachment of the 4lst regiment from Amherstburg, had succeeded in cutting off their supplies on the opposite side of the river, and in...described in very strong terms their apprehensions and despondeney. The losses they had sustained in their different actions upon the Canard river, as well...
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Niles' National Register, Volume 3

1813
...liave the hgnor to be, &c. their supplies on tlie opposite side of the river, and intercepting tlteir dispatches, which described in very strong terms their...had sustained in their different actions upon the Ciuiard river, as well as those for protecting their supplies, together with the mode of warfare pursued...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 1; Volume 5, Part 1

Walter Scott - 1814
...bribe, aided by a detachment of the 41st regiment from Amherstburg, had succeeded in cutting off their supplies on the opposite side of the river, and in...the Canard river, as well as those for protecting theit supplies, together with the mode of •warfare pursued by the Indians, had greatly discouraged...
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volume 5, Part 1

1814
...bribe, aided by a detachment of the 41st regiment from Amherstburg, had succeeded in cutting off their supplies on the opposite side of the river, and in...intercepting their dispatches, which described in very strong terais their apprehensions and despondeii -. The losses they had sustained in tfieir different actions...
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Historical Collections, Volume 25

1896
...bribe, aided by a Detachment of the 41st Regt. from Amherstburg had succeeded in cutting off their supplies on the opposite side of the River, and in...them, and had convinced General Hull how hopeless an attempt would be to storm Fort Amherstburg, without great Reinforcements and a battering Train....
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 54

Edmund Burke - 1813
...bribe, aided by a detachment of the 41st regiment from Amherstburg, had succeeded in cutting off their supplies on the opposite side of the river, and in...intercepting their dispatches, which described in very strong terras their apprehensions and despondency. The losses they had sustained in their different action*...
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Bulletins of the campaign [compiled from the London gazette].

London gazette - 1812
...bribe, aided by a detachment of the 41st regiment <from Amhertsburg, bad succeeded in cutting off their supplies on the opposite side of the river, and •in...different actions, upon the Canard River, as well us 4hose for protecting tlicir supplies, together with tUe tne mode of warfare pursued by the Indians,...
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