Albert Gallatin Hoit letter
Letter from Albert Gallatin Hoit of Hanover to Daniel Hoit of Sandwich, N.H., informing him that the President and Faculty have decided that writer should continue his studies and graduate in spite of many absences in the past. Has been negotiating for a position in a military academy in Meadville, Pa. founded on the principles of Capt. Partridge.
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Military education, Albert Gallatin Hoit 1809-1856, Daniel Hoit 1778-1859, Nathan Lord 1792-1870, William Henry Hoyt 1813-1883, Brown Hall, Pyroligneous acid, Julia Maria (Hoit) Sherman 1807-, i.e. Mrs. Enoch P. Sherman, Mr. McKay, Alleghany College, Meadville, Pa., Alden Partridge 1785-1854, Student letters.
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