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Elijah Parish letter
Two-page letter from Elijah Parish in Boston of John Wheelock, informing him that the books are read with great zeal. Everybody is indignant. One of the petitioners has tried to make it believed that the authors are hostile to Union Academy. Writer has denied this. Noah Worcester has entered into the good cause. He will be in Concord after the election as will the author of the "Review." People suspect writer of being the author of "Review."
- Parish, Elijah, 1762-1825 (Author, Person)
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.01 linear ft. (1 envelope)
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"A Candid and Analytical Review," Elisha Ticknor (1757-1821), Dartmouth College, Kimball Union Academy, Meridan, NH, Noah Worcester (1758-1837), William Henry Woodward (1774-1816), Mrs. Maria (Shum) Wheelock
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