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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tIe rerular military estailishnient is calculated at 22,000 men, and the militia is saiJd to of 33,000. Fort Henry, or the citadel of CeRasToriun, is a stupendous worki, and appears impregnable. It- iY Secutred bry its extraordinary elevation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    letter from Oswega states that John G. Parker, John M'jntgomery, and a dozen others, who were in irons t' Fort Henry, have made their escape, and reached the, Ijnited States.-Moreau was hung at Niagara, on the 30th ult., and Col. Subscribers-only content

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    left dead on the field on Friday night, 35 : total killed, 102.-Prisoners taken on Tuesday and sent to Fort Henry, 20; surrendered unconditionally on Friday, 132: total prisoners, 162. Connected with this part of the subject we have some Subscribers-only content

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    on Stuart's Point at the west, and one on the shoal in the ,bay-are designed for the strengthening of Fort Henry, and the more effectual security of the city and harbour. In Lower Canada a military general order has been Subscribers-only content

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    at Berlin. Another skirmish had taken place near Yorktown during a rtconnaisance by a body of Federal troops. At Fort Henry the Federal General (Banks) was making every preparation to open fire UPon Baltimore in the event of renewed disturbances Subscribers-only content

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