Nathaniel Chipman

Chipman, circa 1800. Nathaniel Chipman (November 15, 1752February 13, 1843) was an American politician who served as a United States Senator from Vermont and Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court. A Yale College graduate and Continental Army veteran of the American Revolution, Chipman became a prominent attorney and advocate for Vermont statehood. When Vermont was admitted to the Union, he served as the first judge of the United States District Court for the District of Vermont.

After Vermont became the fourteenth state, Chipman became a leader of its Federalist Party. In addition to his legal and political work, Chipman authored several works on government and law, served for 28 years as Professor of Law at Middlebury College, and was a satirical poet. Provided by Wikipedia

by Chipman, Nathaniel
Published 1793
From the press of J. Lyon: printed for the author

by Chipman, Nathaniel
Published 1833
E. Smith

by Chipman, Daniel
Published 1846
C.C. Little and J. Brown
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