Daniel Hoit letter
Letter from Daniel Hoit in Sandwich to Albert Gallatin Hoit at Dartmouth College, enclosing a letter to Pres. Tyler in regard to Albert's debts contracted with the hucksters operating in the vicinity of Hanover. This evil should be arrested or the college had better be locates in the White Mountains. Tells Albert to redeem his character by diligence and preserverance in his studies.
- Hoit, Daniel, 1778-1859 (Author, Person)
- Hoit, Albert Gallatin, 1809-1856 (Recipient, Person)
- Dartmouth College. Office of the President, Bennet Tyler, 1783-1858 (Recipient, Person)
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