Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Letter from William Ham in Portsmouth to an unidentified recipient, informing him that prior to the receipt of addressee's letter fo the 15th, Ham addressed President Wheelock. As to the move proposed, Ham cannot fall in with it as it is his duty to call upon those only to whom the arms were loaned in the first instance.
Letter from William Ham of Portsmouth to [John Wheelock]. By an act of the House of Representatives the Governor was requested to call in all arms belonging to the state. In January 1791, 130 muskets, 130 bayonets, 130 cartridge boxes, etc. were delivered to President Wheelock for the use of the students. Will addressee collect them so writer may call for them within a fortnight.