• Creator
  • Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864
  • Created Date
  • 1827-07-04
  • Publisher
  • Amherst (Mass.)
  • Description
  • A letter to Sylvester Hovey in which Edward Hitchcock writes about some issues with a bill for some books and periodicals from a General Howe. Hitchcock writes that since the bill is still not settled anyway, he would like to have Howe send him a few more books as well. Hitchcock also mentions Hovey's new position at Williams College, saying he is glad for him but would have preferred to have him at Amherst College. The finding aid incorrectly... more
    A letter to Sylvester Hovey in which Edward Hitchcock writes about some issues with a bill for some books and periodicals from a General Howe. Hitchcock writes that since the bill is still not settled anyway, he would like to have Howe send him a few more books as well. Hitchcock also mentions Hovey's new position at Williams College, saying he is glad for him but would have preferred to have him at Amherst College. The finding aid incorrectly lists the date for this letter as 1824. less
  • Format
  • Correspondence
  • Rights
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