Francis Brown letter
Three-page letter from Francis Brown at Dartmouth College to Ward Bradley in Wheelock, Vermont, telling him that the decision of the Court at Washington compels the restoration of papers and property which were in the hands of the late Judge Woodward. The College expects to recover damages from Mr. Allen for being depriving of some of its buildings. The University officers will not instruct and the University students will join the College, with exception of those who expects to join Union College. Writer expects to receive the rents.
- Dartmouth College. Office of the President, Francis Brown, 1784-1820 (Author, Person)
- Bradley, Ward (Recipient, Person)
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William Allen (1784-1868), Dartmouth College Case, William Henry Woodward (1774-1818),Dartmouth University, Nathaniel Hazeltine Carter (1787-1830), Thomas Colman Searle (1787-1821), Thomas Cogswell Upham (1799-1872), Joseph Bartlett Eastman (1804-1864), Moses Eastman (1770-1850), John Bell (1800-1830), Daniel Webster (1782-1852), Wheelock, Vermont.
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