Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Little, Brown, and company, 1905 - Sea-power
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Page 211 - To secure respect to a neutral flag requires a naval force organized and ready to vindicate it from insult or aggression. This may even prevent the necessity of going to war by discouraging belligerent powers from committing such violations of the rights of the neutral party as may, first or last, leave no other option.
Page 431 - Woods, to decide to which of the two parties the several islands lying in the lakes, water communications, and rivers, forming the said boundary, do respectively belong, in conformity with the true intent of the said treaty of peace of one thousand seven hundred and eighty-three; and to cause such parts of the said boundary as require it to be surveyed and marked.
Page 125 - You will feel it as a compliment if I say that the result of our meeting may be the most grateful service I can render to my country; and I doubt not that you, equally confident of success, will feel convinced that it is only by repeated triumphs, in even combats, that your little navy can now hope to console your country for the loss of that trade it can no longer protect. Favour me with a speedy reply. We are short of provisions and water, and cannot stay long here.
Page 86 - Niagara, gallantly into close action; I immediately went on board of her, when he anticipated my wish by volunteering to bring the schooners, which had been kept astern by the lightness of the wind, into close action.
Page 400 - Thus situated, with about one fifth of my crew killed and wounded, my ship crippled, and a more than four-fold force opposed to me, without a chance of escape left, I deemed it my duty to surrender.
Page 434 - The war has renewed and reinstated the national feelings and character which the Revolution had given and which were daily lessened. The people have now more general objects of attachment with which their pride and political opinions are connected. They are more Americans ; they feel and act more as a nation, and I hope that the permanency of the Union is thereby better secured.
Page 262 - ... the whole American coast under blockade, it is equally distressing and mortifying, that our ships cannot with safety traverse our own channels; that insurance cannot be effected but at an excessive premium ; and that a horde of American cruisers should be allowed unheeded, unresisted, unmolested, to take, burn, or sink our own vessels, in our own inlets, and almost in sight of our own harbors.
Page 402 - Considering the advantages derived by the enemy, from a divided and more active force, as also their superiority in the weight and number of guns, I deem the speedy' and decisive result of this action the strongest assurance which can be given to the government, that all under my command did their duty, and gallantly supported the reputation of American seamen.
Page 264 - On mature consideration, it has been decided, that under all the circumstances above alluded to, incident to a prosecution of the war, you may omit any stipulation on the subject of impressment, if found indispensably necessary to terminate it.
Page 103 - After this exposition, it is unnecessary to add, that in conducting the present campaign, you will make Kingston your primary object, and that you will choose (as circumstances may warrant) between a direct and indirect attack upon that post.

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JSTOR: Sea Power in its Relations to the War of 1812
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The Causes Of The War Of 1812
T. Mahan, Sea Power In Its Relations To The War of 1812 (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1905), I, p.114. taken advantage of American naturalization. ...
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American War of 1812 - lovetoknow 1911
In his Sea Power in its Relations to the War of 1812 Captain Mahan has given a careful account of the war by land and sea with reference to services. ...
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Donald R. Hickey - Splintering the Wooden Wall: The British ...
... later editions) for an overview and Alfred Thayer Mahan's Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812 (1905) for an understanding of naval strategy. ...
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Impressment
Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812. 2 vols. London: Low, Marston, 1905. Zimmerman, James. Impressment of American Seaman. ...
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Holdings - War of 1812
Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812 Volume 1, Mahan, Captain Alfred Thayer, Little, Brown and Co, Boston, 1905. Sea Power in Its Relations to the ...
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Blackwell Publishing Ltd Oxford, UK DIPH Diplomatic History 0145 ...
13 Alfred T. Mahan, Sea Power in its Relations to the War of 1812 , 2 vols. (New York, 1905); Theodore Roosevelt, The Naval War of 1812 , 2 vols. ...
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Crawford
[3] Alfred T. Mahan, Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812, 2 vols. (Boston: Little, Brown, 1905); Michael T. Crogan, “Mahan and Roosevelt: The ...
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Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
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