Montpelier, (Vermont,) Sept. 17.: Kingston Gazette, October 17, 1812, page 3
Montpelier, (Vermont,) Sept. 17.
From all parts of the Country we receive accounts of the movements of the troops and militia. Plattsburgh, N. Y. about 60 miles from Montreal, is their place of destination; where Generals Dearborn and Bloomfield, have already arrived, with about 2000 men each. The 6th Regiment under Col. Simmons; the 15th, Col. Pike, & 13th, Col. Schuyler, all New-England troops, are on the march to join the army at Plattsburgh, under Gen. Dearborn; the 6th and 15th Regiments from New-York, were to march the 3d inst. The Vermont troops are now at Plattsburgh. It is stated that Gen. Bloomfield, of New-York, is to command the van of the army on the expedition.
About 80 of the U. S.'s. troops from New-Hampshire and between 4 and 500 of the drafted militia of this State, passed through town the prsent week, on their way to Plattsburgh.