Elisha Ticknor letter
Three-page letter from Elisha Ticknor of Boston to John Wheelock in Hanover, telling him that Wheelock's course is approved by the intelligent part of the people in Boston and vicinity. The Trustees of the Scotch fund are satisfied. Writer has seen General Ripley, who has engaged a printer.
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Mrs. Elizabeth (Billings) Curtis Ticknor, Jedidiah Morse (1781-1826), Dartmouth College Case, Eliphalet Porter (1758-1833), Society in Scotland for propagating Christian knowledge, Board of Correspondence, Boston, Charles Marsh (1765-1849), Nathaniel Niles (1741-1828), Thomas Whote Thompson (1766-1821), Eleazar Wheelock Ripley (1782-1839), Charles Spear, Printing-Hanover
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