Joseph Huntington letter
Huntington writes to Wheelock from Coventry stating that he will use his influence with Congress for the College and also to get help from abroad. Also, he is unable to attend the Trustees' meeting due to his wife's illness. He asks the an A.M. be conferred on another Mr. Huntington.
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