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An argument in support of the claims of James Hamilton, Pierce Butler, James Villier [i.e. Villeré], Dennis Laronde, Jumonville de Villier[s], and others : and in reply to an Argument in support to the claims of Joseph C. Cabell and others.

Author: John MacPherson Berrien; James Hamilton; Joseph C Cabell; United States. Board of Commissioners Under the Treaty of Ghent.
Publisher: [United States? : s.n., 1828?]
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: James Hamilton; Joseph C Cabell; Joseph Carrington Cabell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John MacPherson Berrien; James Hamilton; Joseph C Cabell; United States. Board of Commissioners Under the Treaty of Ghent.
OCLC Number: 5465574
Notes: Caption title.
This is probably the paper prepared by John M. Berrien, mentioned in "A memorial on behalf of the Virginia and Maryland claimants ... Mar. 10, 1828" signed: Aug. Neale (in Amer. state papers, Foreign relations, v. 6, p. 855-857).
The claims referred to were in compensation for slaves carried away by the British in 1815, during the War of 1812.
Submitted to the Board of Commissioners appointed under act of Mar. 2, 1827 pursuant to the convention of London, Nov. 13, 1826, in an effort to obtain the award of funds claimed by Cabell, et al.
LC copy has inscription: Cary Selden, 27 Feb. 1828.
Description: 38 p. ; 25 cm.

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