Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Abraham Morrill of Wheelock to J. Wheelock informing him that there are more than 40 families settled in Wheelock, and they are very anxious for their conveyances.
Two page letter from Allen Gilman of Exeter to J. Wheelock, informing him that John P. Ripley is to give up his position in Philadelphia, and the writer may be able to secure it: would like a recommendation to the Comptroller General of the U.S.
Two page letter from Billy Bradley of Tolland to (J. Wheelock) telling him that his health will not allow him to return to college the next term.
Personal letter from Elijah Brainerd of Norwich to J. Wheelock.
Two-page letter from Elijah Parish of Byfield to J. Wheelock informing him of his plans to leave Hanover.
Letter from Ezra Stiles of Yale College to J. Wheelock recommending Samuel Broome.
Personal letter from Ira Allen of Colchester to J. Wheelock.
Letter from J. Wheelock of Dartmouth College to Jon. Freeman, telling him that Gilman (1791) has behaved well at school. Recommends reappointment of Mr. J. Wheelock as Justice of Peace.
Three page letter from J. Wheelock of Dartmouth College to Rev. Samuel Peters informing him that he hopes sometime to see him in America. Introduces Dr. Nathan Smith, who is going to Edinburgh to study, and who is to be a Prof. in the Medical College.
Letter from J. Wheelock at Dartmouth College to Elijah Parish, thanking him for a copy of his Gazeteer of the Bible.
Two-page letter from J. Wheelock at Dartmouth College to William Ham Jr., General of New Hampshire, informing him that he will try to find what has become of certain arms which have been asked for.
Two-page letter from J. Wheelock at Dartmouth College to Samuel W. Burnside, Secretary of the American Antiquarian Society, acknowledging his election as a member of the Society.
Letter from J. Wheelock of Dartmouth College to John Langdon in behal of Joel Mann.
Two-page letter from J. Wheelock in Hanover to Jedidiah Morse informing him that he will get more Indian boys for the school. (much crossed out almost illegible)