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Marriage Announcements and Obituaries in the Zion's Herald, Boston, 1837
UPPER CANADA, CHIPPEWA - Loyalist army of 2000 men is assembled along with 200 Indians from the Grand River. The British erect a Naval Battery opposite Naval Island. Men from Rochester New York enlist in the cause of The Patriots, under the guise of hunting "red foxes." The Steamboat Caroline is destroyed by a party of men from Upper Canada. 22 people are killed on the boat, either murdered or lost as the boat went over the Falls.
BANK ROBBERY IN ONEIDA - The sum of $112,800 was stolen from the Oneida Bank by two men from Canada. George B. Harvey is one of the robbers. - 3 column inches.
J. ELLIOT PRATT HARRIET to FOSTER RICHARDSON
JOHN HILL to NANCY COLE
CYRUS TRUESDELL to SALLY MAYO
LAWSON HUMPHREY to MISS CORTIS
ADELINE CARNES, daughter of the late Captain John Carnes
JAMES HOOPER, 63
NEWTON, UPPER FALLS
HENRY GARDENER, 28
GURDON FOREST B. STONE, 7 son of captain Gurdon Stone.
POLLY PEASE, 52
DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE,
THOMAS WHEELER, 83, a Revolutionary soldier.
CAMPTON, N. H.
ABIGAIL ADAMS, 20.
Wife of Abraham Densmore, 85.
EMERALD SHIPWRECK – Ship from Portsmouth, New Hampshire, formerly of Newburyport, Capt. Place commanding, sprung a leak, sank of St. Simons, Georgia near light house.
PENNSYLVANIA SHIPWRECK – Ship of Capt. Williams capsized Sept. 16th, two survivors found 4 days later by the Amelia. Details
· William Walkup and Mary Hamilton
· Ann Wakefield, age 21
FLORIDA SEMINOLE WARS, THE SECOND DRAGOONS - More than 2000 men make their way to Fort Mellen. The Second Dragoons and 300 other mounted men are assembled. General Eustis is also ready with the 2nd, 3rd and 4th regiments of artillery. 1300 mounted Georgians are on their way. No Indians are said to have been spotted yet.
ST. CHARLES, CANADA - Village of St. Charles is destroyed by Royalists under Lieutenant Colonel Wetheral. Among those taken are mentioned, Mr. T.S. Brown, and Charles Drolet. It is also said that Papineau and O’Callaghan had been captured. Having been deserted by General T.S. Brown, Papineau and O’Callaghan find him, intending, under Court Martial, to shoot him. They, instead search him after he claims he had not deserted. Finding no cause to believe him, they strip him of his money and clothes and let him go.
REVEREND ELIJAH PARISH LOVEJOY - Native of Albion, Kennebec County, Maine, son of Daniel Lovejoy emigrates to St. Louis, Missouri and publishes a paper advocating Henry Clay for President. Mob opposes Lovejoy, destroying his press and ran him out of town. He settled in Alton, Illinois where he hoped to enjoy freedom of speech provided by a group of citizens claiming to be friends of the freedom of public discussion. He is killed during a riot in that city. - 3.5 column inches.
MARIA MONK - Monk’s reports of "hideous transactions" taking place at nunnery in Montreal of it’s winding passages and dungeons are tested by a Mr. Curry, a Presbyterian clergyman and others with permission form the nunnery.- 1 column inches.
BENJAMIN WATKINS LEIGH - Article announces the death of the Honorable Benjamin Watkins Leigh.
GEORGE S. JACKSON to LAURA ANN FITCH
RUFUS LAMSON, 47
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