James Kent letter
Three-page letter from James Kent in Albany to Charles Marsh in Woodstock, Vermont, thanking Marsh for a copy of Webster's argument. He had previously considered the legislature competent to pass the laws but now if he were to study the case seriously, he would probably change his conclusion.
- Kent, James, 1763-1847 (Author, Person)
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Dartmouth College Case, Mrs. Elizabeth (Bailey) Kent i.e. Mrs. James Kent, Dartmouth University
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