Three page letter from Dr. Jo Kemp of Edinburgh to Dr. Thacher, Secy. with the approval of the Board's advice not to remit any money to Dr. Wheelock till the Indian School is placed on a different footing. Disappointment in Mr. Kirkland and Mr. Sergeant.
Ten page letter from Jo: Kemp of Edin(burgh) to (Peter Thacher). They cannot use the money collected for Moor's school for anything else unless they have good evidence that it has not been misappropriated. They wish a committee to examine into matters at Hanover. Quotes a letter giving a most discouraging account of conditions among the Six Nations, and of the work of Kirkland and Caulking. List of questions about Moor's School and Dartmouth College to be answered by the committee.
Three page letter from Jo: Kemp in Edin(burgh) to Peter Thacher, has paid Wheelock's bills. They are much pleased with the accounts of Kirkland. Wish more complete account of the condition of Moor's School. and c.
Eight page letter from Jo. Kemp, Secy. of Edinburgh, to (the Boston Board) a report stating the grounds for belief that the money transmitted to Eleazar and John Wheelock had not been faithfully applied to its original destination, but to Dartmouth College. The report of Dr. Morse and Dr. Belknap. Dr. Wheelock's proposal of a mission to the Cherokees. Dissolution of Mr. Kirkland's connection with the Society. Mr. Sergeant's inefficiency.