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Fri Mar 21 17:06:09 2014 UTClccn-n850240250.00Reports and Dissertations, in two parts. Part I. Reports of Cases determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Vermont, in the years 1789, 1790, and 1791. Part II. Dissertations on the Statute adopting the Common Law of England, the Statute of Conveyances, the Statute of Offsets, and on the Negotiability of Notes. With an appendix, containing forms, etc0.791.00Principles of government; a treatise on free institutions, including the constitutio of the United States17295952Nathaniel_Chipmann 850240251352220lccn-n82129353VermontSupreme Courtlccn-n85367693Chipman, Daniel1765-1850lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n92035148Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n85181074Wilson, James1742-1798lccn-n88115556VermontCouncil of Censorslccn-n2005050481Anthony, Jamesd. 1814lccn-n2005050480Green, Josephd. 1814lccn-no2010119493Brayton, Williamlccn-n79054357Tyler, Royall1757-1826Chipman, Nathaniel1752-1843BiographyPoetryHistorySourcesPolitical scienceConstitution (United States)VermontLaw reports, digests, etcChipman, Nathaniel,Negotiable instrumentsCommon lawConveyancingSet-off and counterclaimPleadingForms (Law)Chipman, Daniel,United States.--Congress.--SenateUnited StatesConstitution (Vermont : 1793)Constitutional lawVermont.--Council of CensorsWilson, James,MurderVermont--RutlandCrimeGreen, Joseph,JudgesVermont.--Supreme CourtLegislatorsLawyersAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Lyon, Matthew,Press and politicsAlien and Sedition laws, 1798ConnecticutInheritance and successionMilitary pensionsUnited States.--CongressMedicineLyons familyAuthorsFranklin, Benjamin,Military service, VoluntaryFrench and Indian War (United States : 1754-1763)Pennsylvania--PhiladelphiaFinance, PublicVeteransConstitutional history17521843178817931801181418331846185218711887188818991903190919121924193219561969197019741976199920002005200820102011265238158320JC211103737ocn060729926book18330.76Chipman, NathanielPrinciples of government a treatise on free institutions, including the Constitution of the United States+-+019522930640431ocn062826308book17930.84Chipman, NathanielSketches of the principles of government31522ocn062826307file17930.79Chipman, NathanielReports and dissertations, in two parts. Part I. Reports of cases determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Vermont, in the years 1789, 1790, and 1791. Part II. Dissertations on the statute adopting the common law of England, the statute of conveyances, the statute of offsets, and on the negotiability of notes. : With an appendix, containing forms of special pleadings in several cases ; forms of recognizances ; of justices records ; and of warrants of commitment.3098ocn060713896com18460.76Chipman, DanielThe life of Hon. Nathaniel Chipman, LL. D. formerly member of the United States Senate and Chief Justice of the State of Vermont : with selections from his miscellaneous papersBiography2399ocn225609374file17930.86Chipman, NathanielReports and dissertations, in two parts ... with an appendix, containing forms of special pleadings in several cases, forms of recognizances, of justices records and of warrants of commitment253ocn318920483book18140.95VermontThe constitutionalist; or Amendments of the constitution proposed by the Council of Censors, supported by the writings and opinions of James Wilson, L.L.D. late one of the associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, and professor of law in the College of Philadelphia. : Also, by the writings and opinions of other eminent citizens of the United States, with explanatory notes of modern date. : [Two lines from Heraclitus, in Sir W. Temple's Miscellany]244ocn426064458book18140.95Anthony's tragedy. Tune MortalityPoetry182ocn042302660serial0.94VermontReports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Vermont92ocn003417296book18140.93VermontThe constitutionalist; or, Amendments of the constitution82ocn807515471com18710.88Chipman, NathanielReports and dissertations, in two parts. Part I. Reports of cases determined in the Supreme court of the state of Vermont in the years 1789, 1790, and 1791. Part II. Dissertations ... With an appendix21ocn846901586file18330.47Chipman, NathanielPrinciples of Government a Treatise on Free Institutions including the Constitution of the United States (Photo reprint 2000)21ocn558753304book1793Chipman, NathanielReports and Dissertations, in two parts. Part I. Reports of Cases determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Vermont, in the years 1789, 1790, and 1791. Part II. Dissertations on the Statute adopting the Common Law of England, the Statute of Conveyances, the Statute of Offsets, and on the Negotiability of Notes. With an appendix, containing forms, etc11ocn869237575book18331.00Chipman, NathanielPrinciples of government; a treatise on free institutions, including the constitutio of the United States11ocn858403814mixLyon, MatthewMatthew Lyon books and papersHistoryThis collection includes five books, three of which were printed by James Lyon and two of which are about Matthew Lyon, and five folders of documents related to the lives of Matthew and James Lyon. Papers include: a bill of sale for a forge and related equipment signed by Matthew Lyon; both an original and a typed copy of a letter from Matthew Lyon to Andrew Selden, Esq. of Bennington, Vermont, in which Matthew criticizes the Sedition Acts and enumerates the reasons that the approaching war with England is a mistake; a photostat of Matthew Lyon's Revolutionary War pension file; a receipt for lottery tickets printed by James Lyon; and a copy of the Report of the Judiciary Committee of the 23rd U.S. Congress, in which the committee overturned Matthew Lyon's conviction under the Alien and Sedition Acts as unconstitutional, and refunded the fine levied against him to his heirs11ocn654103640mix1788Chipman, NathanielLand deed in Fairfield, VermontHistorySourcesDeed of land in Fairfield, Vermont from Nathaniel Chipman to Levi Allen, dated July 28, 178811ocn832844408file1.00Chipman, NathanielSketches of the principles of government; by Nathaniel Chipman, judge of the Court of the United States for the District of Vermonthttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/text/accesspolicy.html11ocn063937074mix1.00Chipman, NathanielNathaniel Chipman letters : to Jesse GadeLetter dated Nov. 1, 1838, from Tinmouth, Vt., asking Gade's opinion in the case of a widow claiming a pension because her husband served in the Revolutionary War before their marriage; and letter dated Sept. 30, 1841, also from Tinmouth, about the possible publication in the Rutland Herald of a letter from Mr. Maddison to Mr. Ingerford on the establishment of a United States Bank. Chipman expresses his own opinion on the subject and asks for Gade's11ocn154709645bookChipman, Nathaniel[title(s) available in Evans]11ocn869464896book19691.00Chipman, NathanielPrinciples of government : a treatrise on free institutions, including the construction of the United States11ocn220199300com17930.10Chipman, NathanielReports and dissertations, in two parts23710ocn011278041book18460.76Chipman, DanielThe life of Hon. Nathaniel Chipman, LL. D. formerly member of the United States Senate and Chief Justice of the State of Vermont : with selections from his miscellaneous papersBiography11ocn061212905art19030.10Nathaniel Chipman11ocn166866262art18990.10Chipman, Nathaniel : jurist and senatorBiography11ocn156942327art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamChipman, Nathaniel11ocn062276449book18010.47Magoffin, JamesLetter, 1801 March 23, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania] to Thomas Jefferson, n.pHistorySends copy of Chipman's Principles of Government after hearing Jefferson speak favorably of it; was led by Jefferson's remarks to a perusal of the work; tendency of mass of people to receive principles second hand retards the progress of truth; men follow the beaten paths of antiquity even if incorrect rather than conduct deliberate research; truth demands only a candid search and always rewards laborer; prosperity of Philadelphia increasing due to hopes of reaching an understanding with France11ocn732012337mix1.00Military service records of Revolutionary War veterans and othersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCollection contains a letter written in 1825 on behalf of Revolutionary War veteran Daniel Fuller to Eleazer Claggin (presumably Claghorn) of Salisbury, Vt. requesting an affidavit in support of Fuller's application for a pension and giving a few details of the service of both men11ocn124033496art20000.10Middlebury CollegeNathaniel Chipman, L.L.D11ocn163613250art19240.10Michigan Historical CommissionHenry C. Chipman11ocn052032958art1999Chipman, Nathaniel11ocn080878542book19321.00Honeywell, Roy JohnNathaniel Chipman, political philosopher and jurist11ocn061268526art19120.10Dodge, Prentiss CutlerNathaniel Chipman11ocn747697247art18870.10Lanman, CharlesChipman, NathanielBiographyRegisters+-+0195229306+-+0195229306Fri Mar 21 15:38:34 EDT 2014batch18405