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1812 War with America
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"With spring came news that the war in Europe was finally over; Bonaparte abdicated on 11 April [1814]. . . . In America, Federalists rejoiced, assuming the news would herald peace, but Republicans were skeptical.  According to reports reaching America, wilder voices in Britain were already calling for a new Indian boundary, exclusion from the Canadian fisheries and British West Indies, even the cession of New Orleans or a boundary 100 miles below the Great Lakes, chastisement was a word commonly bandied about.  American would now have to fight, said the Maryland lawyer and politician Joseph Nicholson, 'not for free Trade and sailors rights not for the Conquest of the Canadas, but four our national Existence.'"

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