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Daily Political Times, Friday, March 6th, 1812

French Emperor Napoleon has forced the Kingdom of Prussia into an alliance under the terms of the Treaty of Paris.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, March 10th, 1812

President Jefferson has presented written proof of British intrigues against the United States to Congress.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, March 11th, 1812

General James Wilkinson has entered Spanish Florida and claimed Mobile as US territory. 

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Daily Political Times, Monday, March 16th, 1812

Rumours say that the Mayor of New York City Dewitt Clinton is aiming to secure Congressional support for an independent run for President.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, March 21st, 1812

Rumours say that DeWitt Clinton is racing back up to New York to force the passage of a Bank Bill in order to earn Federalist support for a presidential run.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, March 28th, 1812

Has Clinton been stymied? The Governor of New York Daniel Tompkins has blocked efforts to vote on the bank bill, which has stalled momentum for a Clinton candidacy.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, April 2nd, 1812

President Jefferson has met with advisors regarding the regular impressment of Americans by the British Navy.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, April 5th, 1812

President Jefferson has ordered a 90-day embargo on the United Kingdom.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, April 6th, 1812

New England has decried the new embargo for hurting their trade.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, April 7th, 1812

Arthur Wellesley the Earl of Wellington has captured yet another fort in the Kingdom of Spain from the Empire of France.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, April 19th, 1812

Democratic-Republican Elbridge Gerry has been defeated by Federalist Caleb Strong in the Massachusetts Gubernatorial Election.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, April 21st, 1812

Vice President George Clinton has reportedly died at the age of 72, Clinton was beloved by the State of New York and Democratic-Republicans.

Reports say that Indian massacres on the rise. The United Kingdom has been blamed for encouraging the attacks.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, April 28th, 1812

Could discontent in New York City lead to a Federalist takeover of the state?

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Daily Political Times, Friday, May 1st, 1812

The Federalist Party has taken over the government of New York in an election surprise.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, May 2nd, 1812

Robert Livingston and other New York Democratic-Republicans have joined Federalists in denouncing a war with the United Kingdom.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, May 6th, 1812

Gouverneur Morris has suggested secession for New York and New England if President Jefferson declares war on the United Kingdom.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, May 11th, 1812

The Governor of Massachusetts Caleb Strong has cautioned his State against secession, as he says it could allow the State to be conquered by a foreign power.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, May 12th, 1812

Britsh Prime Minister Spence Perceval, a Tory, has been assassinated in the House of Commons he was aged 49.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, May 17th, 1812

The Russo-Turkish War has ended, the Russian Empire has taken Bessarabia under the peace terms.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, May 20th, 1812

Here are the results of the Democratic-Republican Party Presidential Nominating Caucus: 

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Daily Political Times, Friday, May 22nd, 1812

After a long delay, the Bank Bill promoted by DeWitt Clinton passed the New York State Legislature.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, May 27th, 1812

Here are the results of the Democratic-Republican Party Presidential Nominating Convention:

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James Madison has chosen Fmr Gov. Elbridge Gerry as his running mate for the upcoming Presidential Election.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, May 28th, 1812

The New York State Legislature is meeting to urge moderate Democratic-Republican DeWitt Clinton to run an independent campaign for President.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, May 29th, 1812

Rumours say that Speaker Henry Clay is urging President Jefferson to declare war on the United Kingdom.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, May 30th, 1812

The disorganized Federalist Party may endorse moderate Democratic-Republican DeWitt Clinton for President.

The Democratic-Republicans in Congress have demanded vindication of the nation's maritime rights in Canada.

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