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22 Piazza Cavour, Como 22100, Lombardia, Provincia di Como, Italy

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The Americans Appeared Off York Late On April 26 Chauncey's Squadron Consisted Of A Ship-rigged Corvette A Brig And Twelve Schooners The Embarked Force Commanded By Brigadier General Zebulon Pike Numbered Between 1,600 And 1,800 Mainly From The 6th 15th 16th And 21st U.S Infantry And The 3rd U.S Artillery Fighting As Infantry. Dearborn The Overall Army Commander Remained Aboard The Corvette Madison During The Action Position Of The American And British Forces At York During The American Landing Early On April 27 The First American Wave Of Boats Carrying 300 Soldiers Of Major Benjamin Forsyth's Company Of The U.S 1st Rifle Regiment Landed About 6.4 Kilometres (4 Mi) West Of The Town Supported By Some Of Chauncey's Schooners Firing Grapeshot The American Force Intended To Land At A Clear Field West Of Fort York Although Strong Winds Pushed Their Landing Crafts 3.2 Kilometres (2 Mi) West Of Their Desired Landing Site Towards A Wooded Coastline. Forsyth's Riflemen Were Opposed Only By Native Warriors Led By Indian Agent James Givins As Well As The Grenadier Company Of The 8th Regiment Of Foot Who Were Dispatched To The Area By Sheaffe The Native Force Was The Only Force That Initially Engaged The American Landing With American Cannon Fire Threatening The Roads On The Waterfront The British Units Dispatched From Fort York Had To Traverse Through The Forest Behind The Waterfront; And Were Unable To Reach The Landing Site Before The Americans Started Their Landings Sheaffe Had Also Ordered A Company Of The Glengarry Light Infantry To Support The Native Force At The Landing But They Became Lost In The Outskirts Of The Town Having Been Misdirected By Major-General Ćneas Shaw The Adjutant General Of The Canadian Militia Who Took Some Of The Militia North Onto Dundas Street To Prevent Any Wide American Flanking Maneuver. After It Became Apparent That No Landing Would Occur East Of The Settlement Sheaffe Recalled The Companies Of The 8th Regiment Of Foot From The Town's Blockhouse As The Landings Progressed The British-Native Force Was Outflanked And Began To Fall Back Into The Woods The US 15th Infantry Regiment Was The Second American Unit To Land With Bayonets Fixed Under A Hail Of Fire Shortly Followed By Pike Who Assumed Personal Command Of The Landing. Sheaffe Arrived With The Rest Of The 8th Regiment Of Foot The Royal Newfoundland Fencibles And A Few Dozen Militiamen After The US 15th Infantry Regiment's Had Landed The Grenadier Company Of The 8th Regiment Of Foot Charged Them With The Bayonet The Grenadiers Were Already Outnumbered And Were Repulsed With Heavy Loss Pike Ordered An Advance By Platoons Supported By Two 6-pounder Field Guns Which Steadily Drove Back Sheaffe's Force After Sheaffe Failed To Get The Fenicibles To Renew Their Advance The British Force Began To Withdraw With The Newly Arrived Glengarry Light Infantry Covering The Retreat During These Landings The American Naval Squadron Bombarded The Four Gun Batteries Defending York. Chauncey's Schooners Most Of Which Carried A Long 24-pounder Or 32-pounder Cannon Also Bombarded The Fort And Government House Battery; With Chauncey Himself Was Directing Them From A Small Boat British Return Fire Was Ineffective Brig Gen Zebulon Pike Was Mortally Wounded Near The End Of The Battle Struck By Debris From An Explosion Set Off At The Fort's Magazine The British Tried To Rally Around The Western Battery But The Battery's Travelling Magazine (a Portable Chest Containing Cartridges) Exploded Apparently As The Result Of An Accident. This Caused Further Loss (including 20 Killed) And Confusion Among The British Regulars And They Fell Back To A Ravine North Of The Fort Where The Militia Were Forming Up At Garrison Creek. Sheaffe Decided That The Battle Was Lost And Ordered The Regulars To Retreat Setting Fire To The Wooden Bridge Over The River Don East Of The Town To Thwart Pursuit The Militia And Several Prominent Citizens Were Left "standing In The Street Like A Parcel Of Sheep". Sheaffe Instructed The Militia To Make The Best Terms They Could With The Americans But Without Informing The Senior Militia Officers Or Any Official Of The Legislature He Also Dispatched Captain Tito LeLičvre Of The Royal Newfoundland To Set Fire To The Sloop Of War HMS Sir Isaac Brock Under Construction At York's Naval Shipyard And To Blow Up The Fort's Magazine By 1:00 Pm The Americans Were 200 Yards (183 M) From The Fort And Preparing To Bombard The Fort In Conjunction With The Naval Squadron The British Had Left The Flag Flying Over The Fort As A Ruse And Pike Was Questioning A Prisoner As To How Many Troops Were Defending It However Shortly After The Bombardment Began The 300 Barrels Of Gunpowder From The Fort's Magazine Exploded. Rigged To Explode By The Retreating British The Resulting Explosion Threw Debris Over A 500 Yards (457.2 M) Radius. Pike Was Mortally Injured By Flying Stones And Debris The Explosion Also Killed 37 Other American Soldiers And Wounded 222 Casualties

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22 Piazza Cavour, Como 22100, Lombardia, Provincia di Como, Italy