Albany, NY: 1838. Single issue of a New York newspaper with a long article entitled 'The Canada War' (the Canadian Rebellion of 1837-1838), on the outcome of the Battle of Wind Mill Point which was fought by the Hunter Patriots to liberate the colony of Upper Canada from British rule.
Many of the Patriots, led by "a Pole, Von Shulz" were captured and sentenced to be transported to Van Diemen's Land (apparently 60 in all were convicted and transported to a penal colony). The names of the captured mentioned are William Johnson (Johnston), Gen. Birge and Capt. Sprague. Thos. J. Sutherland's capture is mentioned at the first page of the article.
The article begins at page 2 declaring the "utter failure of the revolutionary expedition against Prescott", and measures 17.5 column inches. It continues on to page 3, in 2 columns for another 29 column inches.
Also with an article on the Mormon War, with action in Missouri described ".... the instructions to Gen. Clark are to extirpate the whole fraternity of Mormons and drive them beyond the states". Slt. toned and ruffled at right edges; folded horizontally at center and vertically, with slt. rubbing at folds; sml damp stain at lower left corner, o/w very good. Item #14492