Which preposition to use with allegation

of Occurrences 36%

"Examples," says Aristotle, "are of two kinds, one consisting in the allegation of historical facts, and the other in the invention of facts for oneself.

against Occurrences 10%

Their relations had always been purely platonic; therefore she was not afraid of any allegation against her honour.

in Occurrences 8%

The allegations in this petition were confirmed by another, from one of the provinces supplied by the colony of Connecticut.

on Occurrences 4%

The propriety of maintaining the army of observation depended wholly upon the truth of the allegations on which France justified its continuance.

by Occurrences 2%

He sustains his allegation by publishing the results of the collation of "Hamlet," to which we shall hereafter refer more particularly, when we shall see that the reason of Mr. Collier's suppression of so large a portion of these alterations and additions was, that their publication would have made the condemnation of his folio swift and certain.

with Occurrences 2%

This ground of defense was contradictory, not only to those which had been formerly alleged, but to the uniform practice and established laws of nations, and had been abandoned by Spain herself in the convention which granted indemnity to British subjects for captures made at the same time, under the same circumstances, and for the same allegations with those of which we complain.

from Occurrences 1%

Even Herald's reportage consisted of allegations and counter allegations from interested parties with out any indepth coverage.

as Occurrences 1%

Each of the factions was in some form charging disunion motives or tendencies upon part or all of the others; but each indignantly denied the allegation as to itself.

at Occurrences 1%

He was summoned by the judge to prove his allegation at the next court day, and to pay his court and other fees.

for Occurrences 1%

" As a corollary to the preceding, it is a well-established rule of international law, that the surrendered party can be tried only on the allegations for which extradition has been accorded.

about Occurrences 1%

I also heard some allegations about his wheeling-dealing with powers-that-be in the government.

to Occurrences 1%

I said all this I must confess, however, not without misgiving, for I could not but be sensible that, in spite of all my allegations to the contrary, my audience was disposed to regard a prediction of this nature, proceeding from a Prime Minister, less as a speculative abstraction than as one of that class of prophecies which work their own fulfilment.

Which preposition to use with  allegation