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0000 0000 2226 2950
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Allen, Ira
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1751-1814
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Allen, Ethan (1738-1789)
American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Graffagnino, J. Kevin
United States. Department of State
Vermont. General Assembly
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Concise summary of the second volume of the olive branch a book containing an account of governor chittenden's giving wrtitten instructions to gen. ira allen in 1795, to purchase military stores in europe, for the militia of the state of vermont, of his purchase of 24 brass field pieces, 20,000 muskets ... in france, of his being captured by an english 74 gun ship, with consequences resulting therefrom. to which is subjoined, general allen's circular letter, on the subject of a ship canal of commerce, and the advantage of british america in preserving peace between great britain and the united states. including general allen's memorials to the senate of the united states, of february, 1805, and december, 1806
Ethan and Ira Allen : collected works
Ira Allen autobiography
Narrative of the transactions relative to the capture of the American ship, Olive Branch
Particulars of the capture of the ship Olive Branch laden with a cargo ... together with the proceedings and evidence before the High Court of Admiralty of Great Britain
Some miscellaneous remarks, and short arguments, on a small pamphlet, 1777:
Statements applicable to the cause of the Olive Branch which was a cargo of cannon and arms, purchased by the authority of the governor of Vermont, to supply the militia thereof, and captured on its passage from Ostend in France, to New-York in the United States, by an English man of war (in 1796) : which statements are submitted for the consideration of the government and ministers of Great Britain, the government and ministers of France, and the government and people of the United States
Twenty thousand muskets!!! Particulars of the capture of the ship Olive Branch, in November, 1796, laden with cannon, ... by His Majesty's ship the Audacious, commanded by Captain Gould.
vindication of the conduct of the General assembly of the state of Vermont, held at Windsor on October 1778, against allegations and remarks of the protesting members; with observations on their proceedings at a convention held at Cornish, on the 9th day of December 1778., A
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