Encyclopedia, Vermont Biography: A Series of Authentic Biographical Sketches of the Representative Men of Vermont and Sons of Vermont in Other States. 1912

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Prentiss Cutler Dodge
Ullery publishing Company, 1912 - Vermont - 372 pages
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Page 15 - I am as resolutely determined to defend the independence of Vermont as Congress is that of the United States, and rather than fail, will retire with my hardy Green Mountain Boys into the desolate caverns of the mountains and wage war with human nature at large.
Page 11 - the key of either Canada or our country, according as which party holds the same in possession and makes a proper improvement of it. The key is ours as yet, and, provided the colonies would suddenly push an army of two or three thousand men into Canada, they might make a conquest of all that would oppose them.
Page 15 - 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 of the United States, and they at the same time claiming full liberty to overturn and ruin the independence of Vermont.
Page 229 - Code of Procedure in Civil Actions and Special Proceedings in the Philippine Islands, 1901 ; the Land Registration Act, 1903; The Internal Revenue Law of 1904 of the Philippine Islands, and
Page 11 - and also the Indians appear at present to be very friendly to us; and it is my humble opinion that the more vigorous the colonies push the war against the king's troops in Canada, the more friends we shall find in that country.
Page 16 - will retire with my hardy Green Mountain Boys into the desolate caverns of the mountains and wage war with human nature at large.
Page 36 - speech, Dec. 20, 1837, on a petition for. the abolition of the slave trade in the District of Columbia, and
Page 77 - was chairman of the delegation of the United States to the general assembly of the International Institute of Agriculture at Rome in May, 1911.
Page 12 - I swear by the Lord I can raise three times the number of our army in Canada, provided you continue the siege.
Page 10 - have by their menaces and threats greatly disturbed the public peace and repose of the honest peasants of Bennington and the settlements to the northward,

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