Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

James McCubbin Lingan (1751-1812)
MSA SC 3520-13803


Books -

Brugger, Robert J.  Maryland:  A Middle Temperament.  Baltimore:  The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988.
Except, p. 178.

Clements, S. Eugene and F. Edward Wright. The Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War. Silver Spring, MD: Family Line Publications, 1987.
Excerpt, p. 97. (See also Archives of Maryland Online, Volume 45 Page 414)

Marine, William M.  The British Invasion of Maryland 1812-1815. Baltimore:  Society of the War of 1812 in Maryland, 1913.
Excerpts, pp. 7-10.

Ridgely, Helen W. Historic Graves of Maryland and the District of Columbia. Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1992.
Excerpts, pp. 249-252.

Scharf, J. Thomas.  Chronicles of Baltimore.  Baltimore:  Turnbull Brothers, 1874.
Excerpts, pp. 312-338.

Stein, Charles Frances.  History of Calvert County Maryland.  Baltimore:  Charles E. Stein, 1976.
Excerpt, p. 290.

Stewart, Rieman.  A History of the Maryland Line in the Revolutionary War 1775-1783.  Baltimore:  Society of the Cincinnati of Maryland, 1969.
Excerpts, pp. 105, 167-168.

Newspaper articles -

"Baltimore Mob."  The Maryland Gazette, 30 July 1812.

"The Baltimore Mob."  The Maryland Gazette, 6 August 1812.

"Report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the causes and extent of the late commotions in Baltimore." The Maryland Gazette, 13 August 1812.

"To the Citizens of Maryland."  The Maryland Gazette, 13 August 1812.

"Public Feeling."  The Maryland Gazette, 20 August 1812.

"The Narrative of John Thompson, One of the persons intended to be Massacred with General Lingan and others, in the Gaol of Baltimore, on
        Tuesday, the 28th of July last."  The Maryland Gazette, 20 August 1812.

"The Narrative of Otho Sprigg, Esq., One of the Gentlemen who defended the House in Charles street, Baltimore." The Maryland Gazette, 27 August 1812.

"Meeting in Montgomery County [on] the Late Outrageous Proceedings of the Mob in Baltimore."  The Maryland Gazette, 27 August 1812.

"St. Mary's County [on] the violent and savage proceedings of the Mob in Baltimore."  The Maryland Gazette, 27 August 1812.

"Gen. James Macubbin Lingan."  The Maryland Gazette, 27 August 1812.

"From the Federal Republican:  To the Disciples of Washington in the State of Maryland."  The Maryland Gazette, 3 September 1812.

"Narrative of John E. Hall, One of the gentlemen who defended Mr. Hanson and his property from the Mob at Baltimore, on the 27th July last."
        The Maryland Gazette, 3 September 1812.

"From the Federal Republican:  The funeral honours to the memory of the lamented Lingan."  The Maryland Gazette, 10 September 1812.

"From the Federal Republican." The Maryland Gazette, 17 September 1812.

"From the Federal Republian." The Maryland Gazette, 2 December 1813.

"When an editorial could get you killed." The Baltimore Sun, 24 May 1996.

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