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War of 1812 - Collection Bibliography - T
Mr. Taggart's Address to His Constituents, on the Subject of Impressments. To the Citizens of Massachusetts, particularly of the District which I have the honor to represent.
Washington, February 17, 1813
Taylor, Henry ca 1819-1860
Considerations on the Past, Present & Future Condition of the Canadas.
Montreal: Printed for the author by John Lovell, 1839
Gagnon I 3482
R971.051 T214 CESC
Thompson, David 1796?-1868
History of the Late war between Great Britain and the United States of America: With a retrospective view of the causes from whence it originated; collected from the Most Authentic sources. To which is added an Appendix, containing public documents, & C., relating to the subject.
Niagara, Upper Canada: T. Sewell, 1832
Gagnon I 3528; Howes 10245; Lande 838; Morgan pg. 371; Sabin 95487; TPL 1017
[C.R. McCullough Hamilton July 19/93]
[front fly leaf has shorthand addition-228 an interesting story about an American general]
[one of the earliest books published in Upper Canada]
R971.034 T372 CESC
Thompson, David 1796?-1868
History of the Late War between Great Britain and the United States of America With a Retrospective View of the causes from whence it originated.
Published under the auspices of: Social Science Research Council of Canada
Maison des Sciences d l'Homme, Paris
Humanities Research Council of Canada
Toronto Public Library
S.R. Publishers Ltd., Johnson Reprint Corp., 1966
2, vii, -300
R971.034 T372a CESC
Tomlinson, Everett T
War of 1812 Series
The Boy Officers of 1812
By Everett T. Tomlinson. Author of "The Search for Andrew Field" "The Boy Soldiers of 1812" "Three Colonial Boys" etc.
Boston: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., 
R FIC TOM CESC
Tracts and Facts as to the War of 1812
[8 pamphlets bound together]
1. An Address to Members of the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States, to their constituents, on the subject of the war with Great Britain
Alexandria: S. Snowden, 1812
Howes 86; TPL 881
2. A Letter to William Roscoe, Esq. Containing Strictures on His Late Publication entitled "Considerations on the Causes, Objects, and Consequences of the present War."
Liverpool, Printed, New York Reprinted: E. Sargeant, 1808
3. Fessenden, Thomas Green
Some Thoughts on the Present Dispute between Great Britain and America.
Philadelphia: Printed for the Author, 1807
Howes 3532; Sabin 24217
4. Cases and Queries Submitted to Every Citizen of the United States, and especially The Member of the Administration and of Both Houses of Congress, as deserving to be Impartially Considered by them.
New York: E. Sargeant, 1809
5. Letter from The Secretary of State to Mr. Monroe, on the Subject of the Attack on the Chesapeake; the correspondence of Mr. Monroe with the British Government; and also, Mr. Madison's correspondence with Mr. Rose on the same subject.
March 23, 1808. Printed by order of the House of Representatives.
City of Washington: A. & G. Way, Printers, 1808
6. Report of the Committee to whom was referred So Much of the Message of the President of the United States, at the Commencement of the Session, as Related to the Spirit and Manner in which the War has been Waged by the enemy.
July 31, 1813.
Resolution agreed to and forwarded to the President.
Washington: A. & C. Way, Printers, 1813
7. Message from the President of the United States, Transmitting Copies of the Instructions given to the Ministers of the United States appointed to Negotiate a Peace with Great Britain; together with such parts of said instructions transmitted to the house, as were not communicated confidentially. Oct. 14, 1814.
Read and referred to the committee of foreign relations.
Washington City: Roger C. Weightman, 1814
8. Message from the President of the United States, Transmitting Communications from the Plenipotentiaries of the United States, charged with Negotiating Peace with Great Britain; shewing the conditions on which alone that Government is willing To Put An End To The War. Oct. 10, 1814.
Referred to the committee of Foreign Relations.
Washington: A. & G. Way, printers, 1814
R971.053 T673 CESC
Poltroons and Patriots. A Popular Account of the War of 1812.
Maps by W. T. Tucker.
Indianapolis, New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1954
xiii, 402; -812
R971.034 TUC CESC
Tecumseh. Vision of Glory.
Indianapolis, New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1956
R970.92 T228t CESC
Tupper, Ferdinand Brock g. 1795
The Life and Correspondence of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K.B. Edited by his Nephew, Ferdinand Brock Tupper, Esq.
Second edition, considerably enlarged.
London: Simkin, Marshall & Co.,
Guernsey: H. Redstone, 1847
Howes 10466; Thibeault 10181; TPL 925; Watters pg. 587
RB B782t CESC
Turnbull, Archibald Douglas
Commodore David Porter, 1780-1843.
By Archibald Douglas Turnbull. Author of John Stevens: An American Record and (in collaboration) Cochrane the Unconquerable.
New York: London: The Century Co.,
R973.5092 PORTE TUR CESC