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Horrid massacre at Dartmoor Prison, England

Horrid massacre at Dartmoor Prison, England

where the unarmed American prisoners of war were wantonly fired upon by the guard, under the command of the prison turn-key, the bloodthirsty Shortland. Seven were killed, and about fifty wounded (several mortally) ..

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Published by Printed by Nathaniel Conerly, Jun. in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dartmoor Prison,
  • United States -- History -- War of 1812 -- Prisoners and prisons

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 34955
    ContributionsWaddell, I. H.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 broadside
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15110851M

    The prisoners' memoirs, or, Dartmoor prison; containing a complete and impartial history of the entire captivity of the Americans in England, from the commencement of the last war between the United States and Great Britain, until all prisoners were released by the treaty of Ghent. Jun 10,  · The prisoners' memoirs = or, Dartmoor prison: containing a complete and impartial history of the entire captivity of the Americans in England, from the commencement of the last war between the United States and Great Britain, until all prisoners were released by the treaty of Ghent: also a particular detail of all occurrences relativ]e to the horrid massacre at Dartmoor, on the fatal Pages:

    Title A representation of the massacre of American prisoners in Dartmoor Prison, April 6, Summary Print shows Dartmoor Prison in Devon, England, where American prisoners of war captured by British forces, especially at sea, were confined, even after the . In Dartmoor prison was designated a Labour Camp and around a thousand such men replaced the convicts, occupied their cells and performed the same work as they had done. All locks were removed, they had freedom of movement locally and the Warders acted as supervisors only.

    3 Massacre at Dartmoor Prison, England, April 6th, , lithograph of Dartmoor Prison (copy), and copyright , undated 4 Memorial: Privateersmen of Marblehead War , and list of Marblehead privateers 3(OS) 2 Book, Applications for Arrears of Pay, Rations, Bounty and Pensions “Horrid massacre at Dartmoor Prison, England; where the Box 1 unarmed American prisoners of war were wantonly fired upon by the guard.” Boston: Nathaniel Coverly, [broadside], [] Folder 46a “Methodist Almanac”, Hostetter’s Illustrated United States Box 1 Almanac. (6). Published by The Hostetter Company, Pittsburgh.


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Horrid massacre at Dartmoor Prison, England where the unarmed American prisoners of war were wantonly fired upon by the guard, under the command of the prison turn-key, the bloodthirsty Shortland. Seven were killed, and about fifty wounded (several mortally).

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Being the authentic and particular account of the tragic massacre at Dartmoor prison in England on the 6th April, last,in which sixty-seven American prisoners there fell the victims to the jailor s revenge, for obtaining their due allowance of bread which had been withheld from them by the jailor s orders.

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Feb 19,  · DARTMOOR MASSACRE, The, 6 April During the War of the American naval prisoners of the British, with impressed American seamen discharged from British vessels, were collected at Dartmoor military prison. HM Prison Dartmoor is a Category C men's prison, located in Princetown, high on Dartmoor in the English county of jydrescueteam.com high granite walls dominate this area of the jydrescueteam.com prison is owned by the Duchy of Cornwall, and is operated by Her Majesty's Prison ServiceLocation: Princetown, Devon.

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