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" I do not hesitate to say, I am fully grounded in opinion that Vermont has an indubitable right to agree on terms of cessation of hostilities with Great Britain, provided the United States persist in rejecting her application for a union with them; for... "
The History of Vermont: With Descriptions, Physical and Topographical - Page 88
by Hosea Beckley - 1846 - 396 pages
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The Natural and Civil History of Vermont, Volume 2

Samuel Williams - Natural history - 1809
...persist in rejecting her application for an union with them : For Vermont, of all people would be the most miserable, were she obliged to defend the independence...the circumstances of this state, they will be more surprized that I have transmitted them the inclosed letters, than that I have kept them in custody...
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A Complete History of the United States of America: Embracing the Whole ...

Frederick Butler - United States - 1821
...would be of all people the most miserable, were she obliged to defend the independence of the United States, and they at the same time at full liberty...and ruin the independence of Vermont. I am persuaded that Congress, ' when they consider the circumstances of this state, will be more surprised that I...
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A History of the State of Vermont: From Its Discovery and Settlement to the ...

Nathan Hoskins - Vermont - 1831 - 316 pages
...persist in rejecting her appli< ation for a union with the States. Vermont, of all people, would be the most miserable, were she obliged to defend the independence of the United States, and they at the same time at full liberty to overthrow and ruin the independence of Vermont....
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Memoir of Col. Ethan Allen ...

Hugh Moore - Revolutionaries - 1834 - 252 pages
...persist in rejecting her application for an union with them : for Vermont, of all people, would be the most miserable, were she obliged to defend the independence...they will be more surprised that I have transmitted them the inclosed letters, than thut I have kept them in. custody so long ; for I am as resolutely...
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Memoir of Col. Ethan Allen ...

Hugh Moore - Revolutionaries - 1834 - 252 pages
...persist jn rejecting her application for an union with them : for Vermont, of all people, would be the most miserable, were she obliged to defend the independence...Vermont. I am persuaded, when Congress consider the circttmstancea of this State, they will be more surprised that I have transmitted them the inclosed...
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History Of Vermont, Natural, Civil And Statistical, In Three Parts, With A ...

Zadock Thompson - 1842
...4. CIVIL POLICY DURING THE REVOLUTION. FLAG OF TRUCE SENT INTO CANADA. EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS. pie, most miserable, were she obliged to defend the independence of the United claiming States, and they be, at the same time, at full liberty to overturn and ruin the independence of Vermont. When Congress...
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History of Vermont: Natural, Civil, and Statistical, in Three ..., Parts 1-3

Zadock Thompson - Histoire naturelle - 1842 - 648 pages
...with them. For Vermont would be, of all peoFLAG OF TRUCE SENT INTO CANADA. EXCHANGE OK PRISONERS. pie, most miserable, were she obliged to defend the independence of the United claiming States, and they be, at the same time, at"full liberty to overturn and ruin the independence of Vermont. When Congress...
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History of Vermont: Natural, Civil, and Statistical, in Three Parts, with a ...

Zadock Thompson - Histoire naturelle - 1842 - 224 pages
...miserable, were she obliged to defend the independence of the United claiming States, and they be, at the same time, at full liberty to overturn and ruin the independence of Vermont. When Congress consider the circumstances of this stale, they will, I am persuaded, be more surprised...
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The American Quarterly Register, Volume 15

Clergy - 1843
...persistió rejecting her application for an union with them ; for Vermont, of all people, would be the most miserable, were she obliged to defend the independence of the United Stales, and they at the same time at full liberty to overturn and ruin the independence of Vermont....
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The Library of American Biography, Volume 1

Jared Sparks - United States - 1834
...persist in rejecting her application for a union with them ; for Vermont, of all people, would be the most miserable, were she obliged to defend the independence...consider the circumstances of this State, they will be the more surprised, that I have transmitted to them the enclosed letters, than that I have kept them...
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