Benjamin Hale letter
Three-page letter from Benjamin Hale in Hanover, New Hampshire to Thomas Hale, reporting on the revival of religion in Hanover and the College. Says that Prof. Moore is leaving the become president of Williams College. Discusses the religious situation and educational possibilities in other colleges. Is thinking of transferring. Gives his father an accout of his expenses.
- Hale, Benjamin, 1797-1863 (Author, Person)
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Samule Austin (1760-1830), Joshua Coffin (1792-1864), Zephaniah Swift Moore (1770-1823), James Murdock (1776-1856), Abner Bayley White Tenney (1795-1873), Students' Letters, College Expenses, Bowdoin College, Harvard University, Vermont University, Williams College, Yale College
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