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Fri Mar 21 17:10:25 2014 UTClccn-n930345200.00Prudence and the golden egg : establishing the federal government in Providence /0.681.00Papers, 1775-182638583770Jeremiah_Olneyn 930345203354306lccn-n88653940Rider, Sidney S.(Sidney Smith)1833-1917cmpnc-rhode island$infantry$1st regt$1777 1783Rhode IslandInfantry1st regt(1777-1783)nc-united states$army$rhode island infantry regiment 1st 1777 1783United StatesArmyRhode Island Infantry Regiment, 1st (1777-1783)lccn-n78095330United Statesnc-rhode island infantry$1st regiment 1777 1783Rhode Island Infantry1st Regiment, 1777-1783nc-rhode island$infantry regiment 1stRhode IslandInfantry Regiment, 1stlccn-n93053390United StatesContinental ArmyRhode Island Regiment, 1stnc-united states$congress$1795 1796United StatesCongress1795-1796)np-pearce, dutee j$1789 1849Pearce, Dutee J.1789-1849lccn-n93038185Butler, Cyrus1767-1849Olney, Jeremiah1749-1812HistorySourcesUnited StatesImpressmentSailorsMaritime lawRhode IslandAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Olney, Jeremiah,Rhode Island, Battle of (Rhode Island : 1778)SlaverySlaves--EmancipationCommerceMilitary pensionsUnited States.--Continental Army.--Rhode Island Regiment, 1stRhode Island--ProvidenceFarmsShippingReal propertyWater-supplyToll roadsDecedents' estatesFountainsShip's papersSlave tradeMassachusettsCanalsVeterans--Societies, etcCotton manufacturePatriotic societiesAfricaCustoms administrationVeteransPrivateeringMerchant shipsShipwrecksEmigration and immigrationAfrican American sailorsCanadaFirearms industry and tradeEuropeJustices of the peaceConnecticut--ThompsonMerchant marinersBroadsidesRhode Island--NewportCustomhousesBrown, John,Coal tradeDistilling industriesRhode Island--CranstonNursing174918121796180718081880191419731974197719913371430973.3445Z1215ocn866722376ocn459904507ocn866593626234ocn030144182book18800.70Rider, Sidney SAn historical inquiry concerning the attempt to raise a regiment of slaves by Rhode Island during the war of the revolutionHistoryThe author shows that there was no regiment of slaves from Rhode Island, but that under a law in force February-June 1778 about 90 slaves were enlisted and freed, their masters being recompensed by the state. They were incorporated in the 1st Rhode Island continental line, and their conduct at the battle of Rhode Island and elsewhere is investigated. Olney, originally in the 2d Rhode Island regiment, became lieutenant colonel of the 1st, when the two were consolidated and commanded the regiment the closing years of the war173ocn837444447file17960.47United StatesExtract from the act of Congress, passed the 28th day of May, 1796, entitled "An act for the relief and protection of American seamen."102ocn064719448book17960.92United StatesExtract from the act of Congress, passed the 28th day of May, 1796, entitled "An act for the relief and protection of American seamen."21ocn029317001mix1.00Olney, JeremiahHistoryCorrespondence, military records, business papers, genealogical materials, estate papers, deeds and other property records, farm accounts, and other papers, relating to Olney's duties as an officer with 1st and 2nd Rhode Island Infantry regiments during the American Revolution, military supplies and stores, his activities as founding member of Rhode Island Society of the Cincinnati, veterans' pensions, his management of farms in Rehoboth, Mass., and Tiverton, R.I., a fountain north of Providence from which he sold water, shares in turnpikes and canals, and business investments such as local shipping and cotton mills11ocn459904507bookRider, Sidney SAn historical inquiry concerning the attempt to raise a regiment of slaves11ocn028430604book18081.00Thomas Jefferson, President des Etats Unis d'Amerique ... = : Thomas Jefferson, President de los Estados Unidos de America ... = Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States of America ... = Thomas Jefferson, President van de Vereenigde Staaten van AmericaHistorySources11ocn024882656book1.00Olney, JeremiahLetters and documents by Col. Jeremiah Olney and other Rhode Island soldiers in the American RevolutionHistory11ocn811355009mixThompson (Conn.)Deeds and court records of Thompson, ConnecticutCourt records for Thompson, Connecticut, consist of writs, summons and subpoenas, as well as complaints for such crimes as assault, theft, unpaid debts and neglect of a family, and an undated form for writing a letter of complaint. Many of the documents are signed by Jeremiah Olney, Justice of the Peace. The deeds are for land in Thompson, but also include an agreement to raise the height of a dam, and a lease. Again, Jeremiah Olney's name appears frequently. There are also two letters between Thomas E. Graves and John O. Fox about a specific case, several accounts that may be related to complaints or summons in the collection, and two tax related documents, one a report from Olney as a collector for the federal government11ocn024621214book1807Providence (R.I.)DocumentCertifies that seaman Jacob Dresser is an American citizen11ocn866593626book1973Olney, JeremiahLetter, May 14, 1806 from Col. Jeremiah Olney, Providence, to Rufus Putnam, Marietta, relating to a deficiency of 450 acres in his two shares of Ohio Company purchase11ocn313467416bookUnited States Custom House (Providence, R.I.)United States Custom House (Providence, R.I.) recordsHistory27510ocn012174247book18800.70Rider, Sidney SAn historical inquiry concerning the attempt to raise a regiment of slaves by Rhode Island during the war of the revolutionHistoryThe author shows that there was no regiment of slaves from Rhode Island, but that under a law in force February-June 1778 about 90 slaves were enlisted and freed, their masters being recompensed by the state. They were incorporated in the 1st Rhode Island continental line, and their conduct at the battle of Rhode Island and elsewhere is investigated. Olney, originally in the 2d Rhode Island regiment, became lieutenant colonel of the 1st, when the two were consolidated and commanded the regiment the closing years of the war11ocn037136234bookJeremiah Olney papers 1775-1826History11ocn163315046art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamOlney, Jeremiah11ocn026206218book1991Dalzell, FredPrudence and the golden egg : establishing the federal government in ProvidenceFri Mar 21 16:09:30 EDT 2014batch11461