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Source: Documentary History of the Campaign upon the Niagara Frontier in 1813; Part V, January to June, 1813. Lieutenant-Colonel E. Cruikshank. Printed at the Tribune, WELLAND. 1902. Pp. 143 to 146.

"District General Order.
HEADQUARTERS, York, 3rd April, 1813.

,… Colonel Pearson is directed to report to His Honor the Major-General commanding if the claims of men of Captain Howells late company for bread from the 15th to the 24th of January have been settled and if not how much is due, to whom and by whom, the investigations of the court not having been carried to such a length as to have produced satisfactory information on those points.

2. Ensign Benjamin C. Spencer of the Lennox Militia, tried on the following charge: For neglect of duty in absenting himself without leave from his picquet at Murray's Point,…

3. Theron Gun, private in Captain Hawley's company of Addington Militia, upon the following charge: For attempting to desert to the enemy,…

4. Zachariah Shoefelt, private in Captain Hawley's company of Addington Militia, upon the following charge: For attempting to desert to the enemy,…

5. James Hannan, private in Captain Robins’ company of the Frontenac Militia, upon the following charges;
1st - For attempting to desert to the enemy on the night of the 18th of March, 1813.
2nd - For endeavoring to seduce two privates of the Glengarry Light Infantry to desert to the enemy on or about the 18th of March, 1813.,…

6. Amos Wright, private in Captain Markland's company of Frontenac Militia, upon the following charges;
1st - Attempting to desert to the enemy on the night of 18th March, 1813.
2nd - Endeavoring to seduce two privates of the Glengarry Light Infantry to desert to the enemy on the night of the 18th March, 1813.,…

7. West Wright, private in Captain Robins’s company of the Frontenac Militia, on the following charges:
1st - Attempting to desert to the enemy on the night of the 18th March, 1813.
2nd - Endeavoring to seduce two privates of the Glengarry Light Infantry to desert to the enemy on or about the 18th March, 1813."


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