... for a moment, the chain of events, directly conmected with the efforts of Vermont to obtain admission into the union, ... aAn act for pardoning certain offences committed in the northeastern part of this state. ... south of the latitude forty-five degrees north, and west of Connecticut river, are hereby acquitted, pardoned, releasedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Vermont State Papers, being a collection of records and documents, connected with ... the establishment of government by the people of Vermont; together with the Journal of the Council of Safety, the First Constitution, the early Journals of the General Assembly, and the Laws from 1779 to 1786, inclusive. To which are added the Proceedings of the First and Second Councils of Censors, etc|
|Author||:||William SLADE (Governor of the State of Vermont.)|