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The Edinburgh Annual Register - Page li
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The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book ..., Volume 3

John Philippart - 1820
...country as far as the Moravia town. Some skirmishes occurred between the troops under Lieutenant-Colonel St. George and the enemy, upon the river Canard, which...Amherstburg offensively, but Captain Chambers, whom 1 had appointed to direct this detachment, experienced difficulties that frustrated my intentions....
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The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book ..., Volume 3

John Philippart - 1820
...country as far as the Moravia town. Some skirmishes occurred between the troops under Lieutenant-Colonel St. George and the enemy, upon the river Canard, which...capable of acting in conjunction with the garrison of Amherithurg offensively, but Captain Chambers, whom 1 had appointed to direct this detachment, experienced...
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Medals of the British Army: And how They Were Won

Thomas Carter - 1861 - 192 pages
...inspecting field officer of militia. Some skirmishes occurred between the troops under the latter officer, and the enemy upon the River Canard, which uniformly terminated in his being repulsed with loss. Major-General Isaac Brock detached a force down the Eiver Thames, capable of acting in conjunction...
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Historical Collections, Volume 25

1896
...Country as far as the Moravian Town. Some skirmishes occurred between the Troops under Lieut Colonel St George and the Enemy upon the River Canard, which...uniformly terminated in his being repulsed with loss. The occupation of Sandwich was evidently productive of considerable effect on the minds of a large...
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War Medals of the British Army, and how They Were Won

Thomas Carter, William Henry Long - 1893 - 656 pages
...inspecting field officer of militia. Some skirmishes occurred between the troops under the latter officer, and the enemy upon the River Canard, which uniformly terminated in his being repulsed witu loss. Major-General Isaac Brock detached a force down the River Thames, capable of acting in conjunction...
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Life and Times of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K. B.

David Breakenridge Read - 1894 - 266 pages
...the country as far as Moraviantown. Some skirmishes occurred between the troops under Lieut.-Colonel St. George and the enemy upon the River Canard, which...capable of acting in conjunction with the garrison of Amherstburgh offensively, but Captain Chambers, whom I had appointed to direct this detachment, experienced...
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Life and Times of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K. B.

David Breakenridge Read - 1894 - 266 pages
...detach a force down the River Thames, capable of acting in conjunction with the garrison of Amherstburgh offensively, but Captain Chambers, whom I had appointed...to direct this detachment, experienced difficulties which frustrated my intentions. The intelligence received from that quarter admitting of no delay,...
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Richardson's War of 1812: With Notes and a Life of the Author

Richardson (Major, John), Alexander Clark Casselman - 1902 - 320 pages
...country as far as the Moraviantown. Some skirmishes occurred between the troops under Lieut. -Col. St. George and the enemy, upon the River Canard, which...uniformly terminated in his being repulsed with loss. The occupation of Sandwich was evidently productive of considerable effect on the minds of a large...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1812
...country as far as the Moravia town. Some skirmishes occurred betv/een the troops under lieutenant-colonel St. George and the enemy, upon the river Canard, which...Thames, capable of acting in conjunction with the garrhion of Amherstburg offensively ; but captain Chambers, whom I had appointę ed to direct this...
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Bulletins of the campaign [compiled from the London gazette].

London gazette - 1812
...occurred between the troops under Lieutenant-Colonel St. George and the enemy upon the river Canard, whieh uniformly terminated in his being repulsed with loss....capable of acting in conjunction with the garrison of Ambersthurg offensively, but Captain Chambers, whom I had appointed to direct this detachment, experienced...
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