As this article suggests, General Dearborn was sent home in 1813 and reassigned to administrative duties. President Madison tried to get him reinstalled as Secretary of War, but the Senate refused to confirm him. After the War of 1812 he served briefly as American Minister to Portugal. Major General Morgan Lewis (1754-1844) was a New York politician (Governor from 1804-1807) and served as Quarter-master General during the War of 1812, as well as on active duty. In New York State Lewis County, and the Towns of Lewiston and Lewis, are named after him.
Twenty Cents Reward
RUN away from the subscriber on the 30th of June last, an apprentice boy, named John Burrell, in the sixteenth year of his age; this is therefore, to forbid all persons harboring or trusting him on the penalty of the law — whoever will return said apprentice, shall receive the above reward and no charges paid. ASAEL WHIPPLE, Hartwick, July 5, 1813.
COMMENT: Asael (Asahel) Whipple (1764-1846) died in Hartwick on July 1, 1846 and is buried in the old Hartwick and Robinson Cemetery. He came from Providence, Rhode Island, married Lucy Wood (1762-1847) in 1784, and had three children. He settled in Hartwick in 1795, and in 1818 became a Justice of the Peace.
Left the subscriber, on the 25th of June last, Stephen Thorn, an indented servant, 14 years of age. Whoever will return said Thorn shall be entitled to three cents reward and no charges paid. SETH POPE. Burlington, July 2, 1813.
COMMENT: Seth Pope (1775-1857) came from Plainfield, Conn., and inherited the farm in Burlington, that his father had purchased from William Cooper. There he cared for his mother until her death. He had two wives, 12 children, and died in Cortland.