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" I am confident that Congress will not dispute my sincere attachment to the cause of my country, though I do not hesitate to say, I am fully grounded in opinion, that Vermont has an indubitable right to agree on... "
The History of Vermont: With Descriptions, Physical and Topographical - Page 87
by Hosea Beckley - 1846 - 396 pages
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The Natural and Civil History of Vermont, Volume 2

Samuel Williams - Natural history - 1809
...activity and sufferings in the cause of his country, were known to all America, he wrote in this style : " I am confident that Congress will not dispute my sincere...cause of my country, though I do not hesitate to say, J am fully grounded in opinion, that Vermont has an indubitable right to agree on terms of a cessation...
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The Natural and Civil History of Vermont, Volume 2

Samuel Williams - Natural history - 1809
...activity and sufferings in the cause of his country, were known to all America, he wrote in this style : " I am confident that Congress will not dispute my sincere attachment to the cause pf my/country, though I do not hesitate to say, I am fully grounded in opinion, that Vermont has an...
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A Complete History of the United States of America: Embracing the Whole ...

Frederick Butler - United States - 1821
...In March, 1781, Colonel Allen enclosed these letters to Congress, with the following declaration. " I am confident that Congress will not dispute my sincere attachment to the cause of my country, though 1 do not hesitate to say, I am fully grounded in opinion, that Vermont has an indubitable right to...
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History of Vermont: Natural, Civil, and Statistical, in Three Parts, with a ...

Zadock Thompson - Histoire naturelle - 1842 - 224 pages
...he expressed himself in the following independent and decided language. " I am confident," said he, "that Congress will not dispute my sincere attachment...say, I am fully grounded in opinion, that Vermont lias an indubitable right to agree on terms of a cessation of hostilities with Great Britain, provided...
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History Of Vermont, Natural, Civil And Statistical, In Three Parts, With A ...

Zadock Thompson - 1842
...expressed himself in the following independent and decided language. 44 1 am confident, 5V said he, "that Congress will not dispute my sincere attachment to the cause of my country, though do not hesitate to say, I am fully grounded in opinion, that Vermont has an indubitable right to...
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The American Quarterly Register, Volume 15

Clergy - 1843
...was doubtless expressed by Ethan Alien, in his letter of March 9, 1781, addressed to Congress : — " I am confident that Congress will not dispute my sincere...cause of my country, though I do not hesitate to say that Vermont has an indubitable right to agree on terms of a cessation of hostilities with Great Britain,...
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Memoir of Colonel Seth Warner

Daniel Chipman - New Hampshire - 1848 - 226 pages
...take place m this district of country. ' ;. ', .. ; >I'!.: .'- : ..' .-..- '-' _ Ti . - I ' "lam confident that Congress will not dispute my sincere...of my country, though I do not . hesitate to say, 1 -am fully 'grounded in opinion? thai Vermont has an indubitable right to agree on terms of a cessation...
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History of Vermont: Natural, Civil and Statistical, in Three Parts ..., Volume 3

Zadock Thompson - Natural history - 1853 - 63 pages
...he expressed himself in the following independent and decided language. " 1 am confident," said he, "that Congress will not dispute my sincere attachment to the cause of my country, though [ do not hesitate to say, 1 am fully grounded in opinion, that Vermont has an indubitable right to...
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The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the ..., Volume 5

John Ward Dean, George Folsom, John Gilmary Shea, Henry Reed Stiles, Henry Barton Dawson - United States - 1861
...accompanying them with a communication of his own, the concluding paragraph of which is as follows: " I am confident that Congress will not dispute my sincere...Vermont has an indubitable right to agree on terms for a cessation of hostilities with Great Britain, provided the United States persist in rejecting...
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THE HISTORY OF VERMONT FROM THE DISCOVERY TO ITS ADMISSION INTO THE UNION IN ...

HILDAN HALL - 1868
...including them in the truce, although that government would have but little claim to my protection. "I am confident that congress will not dispute my sincere attachment to the cause of my country, when I do not hesitate to say, I am fully grounded in opinion that Vermont has an indubitable right...
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