The History of England During the War of 1812
May 16 – The American frigate USS President fires on the British sloop HMS Little Belt.
November 11 – Battle of Tippecanoe
On April 4, Napoleon abdicates and is exiled to Elba off the coast of Tuscany; Great Britain now turns its focus to the war in America
On July 25, Battle of Lundy’s Lane, one of the fiercest battles of the war.
On August 19, British troops land at Benedict, Maryland.
On August 24, Battle of Bladensburg
On November 9, Battle of Pensacola
On December 24, The Treaty of Ghent is signed.
On December 28, The Treaty of Ghent is ratified by the British.
On November 11, Great Britain passes the 1807 Orders in Council, restricting international trade with France
On June 22, HMS Leopard fires on the USS Chesapeake.
On November 11, Battle of Tippecanoe
On January 22, The Battle of Frenchtown
On May 29, Battle at Sackets Harbor
On June 1, USS Chesapeake captured by the British frigate HMS Shannon.
On February 1, France declared war on Great Britain.
On January 9, the Battle of New Orleans.
On February 18, the Treaty of Ghent is declared which means the War of 1812 is over.
On February 20, USS Constitution engages the HMS Cyane and HMS Levant.