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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 349 (search)
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Allen, Ethan, 1737- military officer; born in Litchfield, Conn., Jan. 10, 1737. In 1762 he was one of the proprietors of the ironworks
ew Hampshire.) During this period several pamphlets were written by Allen, in his peculiar style, which forcibly illustrated the injustice of the action of the New York authorities.
The latter declared Allen an outlaw.
and offered a reward of £ 150 for his arrest.
He defied his ure Montreal.
With less than 100 recruits, mostly Canadians, Colonel Allen crossed the St. Lawrence, Sept. 25, 1775.
This was (lone at th of regulars, Canadians and Indians, and after a short skirmish made Allen and his followers prisoners.
When Prescott learned that
Ethan Allen. Allen was the man who captured Ticonderoga, he treated him very harshly.
He was bound hand and foot with irons, and these shackles were sition, a fruitless attempt was made by Beverly Robinson to bribe.
Allen to lend his support to a union of that province with Canada.
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