RECORDS OF THE GOVERNOR AND COUNCIL OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Google eBook)

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Page 200 - Listen, O isles, unto me; and hearken, ye people, from far; The Lord hath called me from the womb; from the bowels of my mother hath he made mention of my name. And he hath made my mouth like a sharp sword; in the shadow of his hand hath he hid me, and made me a polished shaft; in his quiver hath he hid me; And said unto me, Thou art my servant, O Israel, in whom I will be glorified.
Page 227 - His Majesty, taking the same into consideration, was pleased with the advice of his Privy Council to approve of what is therein proposed, and...
Page 235 - Vindication of the Opposition of the inhabitants of Vermont to the Government of New York, and their Right to form an independent State...
Page 193 - That it be and hereby is most earnestly recommended to the States of New Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay and New York, forthwith to pass Laws expressly authorizing Congress to hear and determine all differences between them relative to their respective boundaries...
Page 162 - All prosecution shall commence in the name and by the authority of the freemen of the State of Vermont, and all indictments shall conclude with these words, " against the peace and dignity of the same.
Page 311 - The return of the people of Vermont to their allegiance is an event of the utmost importance to the King's affairs, and at this time, if the French and Washington really meditate an irruption into Canada, may be considered as opposing an insurmountable bar to the attempt. General...
Page 257 - Hampshire, had previous to laying their said claim, settled their boundary line with the state of Vermont, and established Connecticut river for the boundary between the respective governments; and so far as the approbation of the government of New Hampshire can go, have previously conceded to the independence of Vermont, the particulars of which are too prolix to be given in this letter, but are exhibited at large in a pamphlet entitled 'A concise refutation of the claims of New Hampshire and Massachusetts-Bay...
Page 276 - And be it further resolved. That his Excellency the Governor be, and he is hereby authorized and...
Page 211 - States, but conceive themselves to be a separate body, they would still have in their power other advantages, for they are (if necessitated to it) at liberty to offer, or accept terms of cessation of hostilities with Great Britain, without the approbation of any other man, or body of men...
Page 135 - Republic, a member of the Continental Congress and signer of the Declaration of Independence, the...

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