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), declaring that the best way for the United States to “ensure to our posterity, the beatitude we inherit” is to study the model of “Our revolutionary ancestors” (p. 4); celebrating American victories in the War of 1812; asserting that European nations have begun emulating the ...the circumstances leading to the War of 1812 and highlighting TJ, “who had devoted all his life to public service...
in 1809, working in this capacity until about 1842, and he was appointed prothonotary of the district court in 1822. During the War of 1812 he served as a colonel commanding a militia unit and as secretary of
as a potential site for the university and calling on the eastern portion of the state to recognize both the importance of their western brethren and their efforts during the War of 1812 by locating the institution to the west. When it became clear on 18 Jan. that his advocacy of
militia in 1803 and led the county’s militia regiment during the War of 1812. He lived for many years at A Guide to Virginia Militia Units in the War of 1812
militia during the War of 1812. He graduated from
the War of 1812, after which he went to
. He was a militia surgeon during the War of 1812 and a
during the War of 1812. After
and recalling the victorious battles of the War of 1812; celebrating American forms of government as founded on “equal rights, and its principal ornament, the universal happiness, of all classes of citizens” (p. 20);
. He constructed a 240-ton privateer during the early days of the War of 1812 and provided rations to American troops stationed in his adopted hometown later in the conflict. The owner of one slave in 1810 and ten in 1830, The Naval War of 1812: A Documentary History