Amable Boileau, a Pvt. in Hazen's Regiment, did apply for a pension under the act of 1828, #S-46349.
If you absolutely cannot get to a library (which could borrow the microfilm of the pension application file in National Archives Micropublication 804; the pension files are arranged alphabetically by soldier's name), you can subscribe to footnote.com and view it there -- they do have a free trial but it may not allow looking at the pension file.
Very few pension application files have extensive lists of family members, but you don't know for certain what is there unless you look.
You might find material on this family in the Drouin Collection, which is accessible on ancestry.com, which also frequently offers free trial periods as well as short-term subscriptions.
By "Lost in Canada" do you mean the periodical?That is something you would have to look at at a library.
You ask "Are there any sites on line with the books mentioned in this maillist?"A great many books are mentioned in this message board.For any you are interested in, a web search will tell you whether it is available on the internet.