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Woodbridge, William Channing, 1794-1845

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1794 - 1845

William Channing Woodbridge (December 8, 1794 – November 9, 1845) was an American geographer, educational reformer, and the author of many geography textbooks.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Daniel Webster letter

Webster Mss 823603.1
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 823603.1
Overview In English.

William Woodbridge to David McClure, 1786-04-13

McClure MS-1311: David McClure papers
 Folder: 786263, Box: 2
Scope and Contents Three page letter from Wm. Woodbridge of Exeter to D. McClure explaining his inability to pay him what he owes. News of ministers in the vicinity. Gen. Whipple is dead. Gen. Sullivan is likely to be Pres. of the state. Judge Gilman impeached. Mr. Pierson of Andover has resigned to accept a professorship at Cambridge. The town of Exeter has maintained two dancing masters this winter!

William Woodbridge to David McClure, 1786-06-08

McClure MS-1311: David McClure papers
 Folder: 786358, Box: 2
Scope and Contents Two page letter from Wm. Woodbridge of Exeter to (D.McClure), telling him that he is unable to collect money to pay his debts. Dr. Langdon lies confined with a broken thigh.

William Woodbridge to David McClure, 1787-07-05

McClure MS-1311: David McClure papers
 Folder: 787405, Box: 2
Scope and Contents Two page letter from Wm. Woodbridge of Exter to D. MacClure, telling him that he is sending him $50 on account. The celebration of Fourth of July. There are about 30 students in the academy. Mr. MacClure's brother has sailed from the West Indies for Europe.