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44 ALLEN, IRA. Particulars of the Capture of the Ship Olive
Branch, Laden with a Cargo of Cannon and Arms, the property of Major General Ira Allen, destined for supplying the Militia of Vermont, and Captured by His Britannic Majesty's Ship of War Audacions ; together with the proceedings and evidence before the high Court of Admiralty.
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of the State of Vermont. pp. 24. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1807 46 ALLEN, MYRON O. The History of Wenham, Civil and Ecclesiastical, from its settlement in 1639 to 1860.
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