13 – Sunday – Extream cold day with high Wind at N.W. Rode to the Forest with Mr. S. Sterett and return’d to Dine with Col Hall where we met Mr. Pringle. P. Wirgman & S. Bowly call’d at Clifton
From the journal of Captain Henry Thompson, March 13, 1814. Courtesy the Friends of Clifton.
At 11 PM passed the English Fleet at Anchor in Lynhaven Bay.
From the journal of the Privateer Armed Schooner Lawrence, March 13, 1814. Maryland Historical Magazine, Volume 3, Number 2, June 1908, p. 171-176.
Latitude 20, Longitude , captured the American schooner William of Bristol, R. I. form Martinique to Havana took out a quantity of cash in gold, and burnt her.
From the journal of the Chasseur, excerpted in Baltimore American, June 2, 1814. Maryland Historical Society.