Raids. During the
s u m m e r there was no important battle, but raids were made on both sides which caused much loss and suffering. York was again plundered. On the same day a British force was doing as much mischief as possible at Plattsburg.
On the The Ameri-Lakes. cans, intending to attack Mont-real, had begun to build hospitals, store-houses, a n d bar-racks for the soldiers on Lake Champlain, b u t British vessels