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The Jersey Prison Ship

This article is pulled from the Niles Register of July 25, 1812.  War had just been declared with Great Britain.  The hawks in Congress had finally prevailed over a Federalist filibuster, and Mr. Madison had his war.  It was now time for all patriotic Americans to whip themselves into an anti-British fervor.  Toward that end, the Niles register reprinted this account of the hellish conditions under which the British kept American prisoners during the War for American Independence, 2 decades earlier.

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