James Marsh letters
Letters from James Marsh in Richmond, Virginia and Boston, Massachusetts to George Ticknor in which he discusses an article he wrote for the "Review," thanks Ticknor for offering his assistance in obtaining a Greek tutorship, mentions Choate's splendid oration, prospects of the College,and politics. Tells Ticknor to order books from Cummings and Hillard and discusses the problem of education and the classics. Includes a letter of introduction for George Allen.
- 1822-03-30 - 1829-01-26
- Marsh, James, 1794-1842 (Author, Person)
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United States Politics and Government (1825-1829), George Allen (1808-1876), "North American Review," Hampden, Sidney College, Hampden, Syndney, Virginia History, Classical education
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