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- A miraculous rescue Franklinton, Nov. 19, 1812. An express arrived here this morning with a dispatch from brigadier-general [Edward W.] Tupper, containing his report to Gen. [William Henry] Harrison, of his late expedition to the Rapids of the Miami, for the purpose of driving off a body of Indians and British, who had assembled there to take off a quantity of corn which remains in the fields of the place.
- Proclamation On Wednesday morning last, between 3 and 4 oâ€™clock, the inhabitants of this village were alarmed by the cry of fire! which proved to be in the building occupied by Messrs. Coopers, as a Store house.
- New goods Died, in Burlington on the First inst. [Nov.] MR. JOHN PERKINS, in the 63rd year of his age; being at a conference meeting, at No. 10 Schoolhouse, the circumstances of his death are as follows:
- Officer promoted We have been informed, (says the Kentucky Gazette) that the Canadians who from a love of Liberty had joined our army at Sandwich [in Upper Canada], were as basely betrayed by [William] Hull, as was his army. Our informant saw nine of them swing on one gallows. Some naturalized citizens had been sent to Quebec for trial.
- Cure for kidney stones Otsego war casualtie s Among the martyrs who gloriously fell on the heights of Queenston, it is with unfeigned regret that we learn were Captains Clark of Worcester, and Saunders of Unadilla, in this county. In their death their country has sustained the loss of two brave officers and worthy citizens. Hancatum est pro patria morr.
- Trial of Capt. Dacres
- Our gallant seamen Weather: Utica 1812 Almanack: It may be some flurries of snow.
Weather: Utica 1812 Almanack: Now clear and pleasant.
Married, on the evening of the 15th September last, by the rev. Samuel Martin, the REV. JOHN SMITH, of Cooperstown, Otsego county, and state of New-York, to MISS POLLY LAIRD, of Chanceford township, York County, Pennsylvania.
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