8 edition of Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn, against the attack of Gen. William Hull. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By H. A. S. Dearborn.|
|Series||With Hull, William, defendant. Trial of Brig. Gen. William Hull ... Boston,, 1814|
|Contributions||Israel Thorndike Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress), YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E353.1.D23 D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||17005271|
cle on Henry Alexander Scammell Dearborn in The national cy-clopaedia of American biography (9: ), lhe had a voluminous collection of papers containing an account of the life-and the cor-respondence of his father. It was upon this collection that he drew for his Defense of General Dearborn against the attacks of General Hull. Defence of Brigadier General W. Hull: delivered before the General Court Martial, of which Major General Dearborn was president, at Albany, March, , with an address to the citizens of the United States: Author: William Hull: Publisher: Published by Wells and Lilly, Court-street, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized.
Henry Dearborn was born in Hampton, New Hampshire, on 23 February He studied medicine under Dr. Hall Jackson in Portsmouth and then married Mary Bartlett in Dearborn joined the military early in the Revolution and saw action at Bunker Hill. He served under Benedict Arnold in Quebec, was captured and then paroled in William Hull, without firing a shot, surrendered the city to British General Isaac Brock. Although Dearborn had minor successes at the capture of York (now Toronto) on Ap , and at the capture of Fort George on , his command was, for the most part, ineffective.
Jefferson writes to General Dearborn congratulating him on his capture of York and Fort George during the War of which he contrasts with William Hull's defeats. He comments at length on conclusions drawn from the Battle of New Orleans and his hopes for a settlement of issues in the Treaty of Ghent. The invasion would occur in three locations: Lake Champlain, Niagara Peninsula and Detroit. President James Madison and Secretary of War William Eustis wanted Hull, now in his 60s, to take on the task at Detroit. Hull would be given the title Brigadier General of the Army of the Northwest and retain his title as Governor of the Michigan Territory.
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The 28 page imprint is a direct reaction to Hull's own writings, including "Defence of Brigadier General W. Hull: delivered before the General Court Martial, of which Major General Dearborn was president, at Albany, March,with an address to the citizens of the United States", published in Of Dearborn's performances in the War of the best account is in Henry Adams, Hist.
of the U. vols. VI and VII (—91). Dearborn's side of the case was presented by his son, Gen. Dearborn, in Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn against the Attack of Gen. William Hull (). Henry Dearborn (Febru – June 6, ) was an American soldier and statesman. In the Revolutionary War, he served under Benedict Arnold in the expedition to Quebec, of which his journal provides an important being captured and exchanged, he served in George Washington's Continental Army, and was present at the British surrender at Yorktown.
The Siege of Detroit, also known as the Surrender of Detroit or the Battle of Fort Detroit, was an early engagement in the British-U.S. War of A British force under Major General Isaac Brock with Native American allies under Shawnee leader Tecumseh used bluff and deception to intimidate U.S.
Brigadier General William Hull into surrendering the fort and town of Detroit, Michigan, along. Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn, against the attack of Gen. William Hull. Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn, against the attack of Gen.
William Hull - Ebook written by Henry Alexander Scammell DEARBORN, William HULL (Brigadier General. Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn, against the attack of Gen. William Hull. By The first invasion of Canada had ended catastrophically with the loss of Forts Mackinac, Detroit, and Dearborn. General William Henry Harrison replaced General Hull and attempted to recapture Fort Detroit in January William Hull was later court-martialed for surrendering Fort Detroit, found guilty, and sentenced to be executed by firing.
Archive of General Henry Dearborn () family letters and artifacts including walking stick and buttons, 10 items total. 1st item: ALS. 3pg. December 4, Washington. A lengthy autograph letter signed "H Dearborn" to his son Henry Alexander Scammell Dearborn.
He begins the letter by stating that he has enclosed " the letter from President Allen". Dearborn mentions his. The careful and curious student of the War of finds no officer of more value to the American cause than Maj.-Gen. Henry Dearborn.
He died at Roxbury, Mass., June 6,and was buried at Mount Auburn cemetery with full civil, military, and Masonic honors, where a suitable stone, bearing a touching epitaph, marks his tomb. Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn, against the attack of Gen. William Hull by H.
S Dearborn () The lives and services of Major General John Thomas, Colonel Thomas Knowlton, Colonel Alexander Scammel, Major General Henry Dearborn by Charles Coffin (). Author of Letters on the internal improvements and commerce of the West, An address delivered on the VIII of October, MDCCCXXX, The life of William Bainbridge, Esq.
of the United States Navy, Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn, against the attack of Gen. William Hull, Militia laws of the United States and of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, A memoir on the commerce and navigation of.
Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn, against the attack of Gen. William Hull by H. S Dearborn () William Hull and the surrender of Detroit: a biographical sketch taken, with a few omissions, from the volume "Memorial and biographical sketches" by James Freeman Clarke (Book).
William Hull (J – Novem ) was an American soldier and politician. He fought in the American Revolutionary War and was appointed as Governor of Michigan Territory (–13), gaining large land cessions from several American Indian tribes under the Treaty of Detroit ().
He is most widely remembered, however, as the general in the War of who surrendered Fort. Defence of Gen. Henry Dearborn against the attack of Gen. William Hull. Boston: Printed by E.W. Davies, Dearborn, H. A. S. Letters on the internal improvements and commerce of the West.HENRY DEARBORN.
HENRY DEARBORN, Lieutenant Colonel commanding the Third New Hampshire (Scammel's) Regiment. The following sketch is by Gen l John S. Clark, Auburn, N. Y.: Colonel Dearborn was born in Hampton, N. H., in March, He was a captain at Bunker Hill, and accompanied Arnold in the march through the woods against Quebec, in which.General William Hull Court-Martial: Defendant: William HullCrimes Charged: Treason, cowardice, neglect of duty, unofficer-like conductChief Defense Lawyers: William Hull.
(representing himself) assisted by Robert Tillotson, Cadwallader D. Source for information on General William Hull Court-Martial: Great American Trials dictionary.