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Noyes, Nathan, 1777-1842



  • Existence: 1777 - 1842


Nathan Noyes was born in Newbury, Massachusetts on April 3, 1777. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1796, after which he attended medical school. He returned to Newbury in 1812. From 1813-1814 he lectured on theory and practice at Dartmouth after which he settled in Charlestown, Massachusetts. Noyes, died on September 24, 1842.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Nathan Noyes day book

Identifier: 003361
Codex 003361
Date(s): 1808-10-10 to 1814-11-07

Daybook of Dr. Nathan Noyes (1777-1842) containing visits to and names of patients as well as amount paid for his services.

Nathan Noyes dissertation

Identifier: Mss 796490.4
Mss 796490.4
Date(s): 1796-08
Scope and Contents

Dissertation of Nathan Noyes [on light and heat]. Essay at Dartmouth College. Hanover, N.H. "Private performance."

Nathan Noyes letter

Identifier: Mss 795475.1
Mss 795475.1
Date(s): 1795-08-25
Scope and Contents

Letter from Nathan Noyes of Hanover, N.H. to Dartmouth College Trustees with a confession of several offenses. Mentions Prof. Woodward, Benoni Dewey and Payne, and Philander Chase. Asks forgiveness and reinstatement.

Nathan Noyes letter

Identifier: Mss 798466.1
Mss 798466.1
Date(s): 1798-08-16
Scope and Contents

Two page letter from Nathan Noyes of Hanover, N.H. to Samuel and Rebecca (Wheeler) Noyes the writer has "returned from Lincoln where I spent twenty three days under the operation of smallpox." At the end he says, "Obliged to ride with Dr. Smith."

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