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1815 Boston Newspaper - Battle of New Orleans

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1815 Boston Newspaper - Battle of New Orleans

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Post-Rev. War to Civil War“Battle of New Orleans” Recounted in 1815 Newspaper

February 11, 1815, COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Published by Benjamin Russell, Boston, MA, Fine.
No. 3219, 4-column layout, 19.75" x 14," 4 pages, some light text, closely cropped at bottom margin of front page, affecting a few words. Page 1 and page 2 headlines exclaim: “British Army repulsed before New-Orleans,” and, “Highly Important News. The American Army in Louisiana, Under General Jackson, have deserved well of their country!...” Page 2 contains the official report, detailed in a famous letter General Andrew Jackson sent to the Secretary of War regarding the events of the battle, and comparing the British losses with his own. Exceptional content!

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1815 Boston Newspaper - Battle of New Orleans

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Oct 23, 2005
Starting Price $480
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Lot 0410 Details

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Post-Rev. War to Civil War“Battle of New Orleans” Recounted in 1815 Newspaper

February 11, 1815, COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Published by Benjamin Russell, Boston, MA, Fine.
No. 3219, 4-column layout, 19.75" x 14," 4 pages, some light text, closely cropped at bottom margin of front page, affecting a few words. Page 1 and page 2 headlines exclaim: “British Army repulsed before New-Orleans,” and, “Highly Important News. The American Army in Louisiana, Under General Jackson, have deserved well of their country!...” Page 2 contains the official report, detailed in a famous letter General Andrew Jackson sent to the Secretary of War regarding the events of the battle, and comparing the British losses with his own. Exceptional content!

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