War of 1812 – Endnotes



i. Borneman, Walter R., 1812, The War that Forged a Nation (New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2004), 46.

ii.Clark, Thomas, Sketches of the Naval History of the United States from the Commencement of the Revolutionary War to the Present Time (Philadelphia: 1813), 130.

iii. Nagel, Paul C., The Lees of Virginia, Seven Generations of an American Family, (New York: Oxford University Press, 1990), 178.

iv. Lee, Robert E. “Life of General Henry Lee”, Memoirs of the War, ( 53.

v. Armes, Ethel, Stratford Hall, The Great House of the Lees. (Richmond: Garrett & Massie, Inc. 1936), 336.

vi. Niles, H. ed., The Weekly Register, 1812 Vol. II: From March 1812 to September 1812 (Baltimore: Franklin Press, 1812), 373.

vii. Armes, 337.

viii. Ibid., 337.

ix. Niles, 373.

x. Baltimore Riot and Attack on General Henry Lee. 2.

xi. Green, Jonas, Report and Deposition on the Baltimore Riots (Annapolis: 1813), 14.

xii. Niles, 378.

xiii. Green, 19.

xiv. Baltimore Riot and Attack on General Henry Lee, 3.

xv. Ibid., 9.

xvi. Ibid., 10.

xvii. Ibid., 10.

xviii. Lee, Henry, “Correct Account of the Conduct of the Baltimore Mob” (Winchester: John Heiskel, July, 1814), 1-2.

xix. Ibid., 4.

xx. Ibid., 7.

xxi. Henry Lee to Ann Hill Carter Lee, August 13, 1813.

xxii. Lee, Edmund Jennings, Lee of Virginia, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1983), 403.

xxiii. Lucy Grymes Lee to Alice Lee Shippen, June 8, 1813.

xxiv. Lucy Grymes Lee to Alice Lee Shippen, November 21, 1813.

xxv. Miller, T. Michael, References to the Lees in Early Alexandria Virginia Newspapers, 1784-1815, (1984), 32.

xxvi. Norris, Walter Biscoe, Jr. ed. Westmoreland County Virginia, 1653-1983. Page 356.

xxvii. Langford, Eric, The Allegorical Mr. Pitt, 28.

xxviii. Norris, 353.

xxix. Ibid., 354.

xxx. Ibid., 353.

xxxi. Ibid., 353.

xxxii. Ibid., 358.

xxxiii. Ibid., 357.

xxxiv. Ibid., 358.

xxxv. Finch, John, Travels in the U.S. of America & Canada, 1833. (London: 1833), 226.

xxxvi. Ibid., 225.


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