Documents relative to Dartmouth College [electronic resource] : Published by order of the legislature, 1816
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"Memorial."--p. -7. Asking the legislature to appoint a committee to investigate the conditions at Dartmouth College and, if judged expedient, to amend its charter. Signed on p. 7: John Wheelock.
"To the Honorable, the Senate and the House of Representatives of the state of New-Hampshire, in General Court convened:--The committee, appointed by a resolve, passed June 28, 1815, 'to investigate the concerns of Dartmouth College and Moor's Charity School ...' respectfully submit the following report."--p. -38. Preceded by a letter of transmittal from the governor. Signed on p. 38: All which is, with great respect, submitted to the Honorable the Legislature, by their committee. D.A. White, Nath. A. Haven, Ephm. P. Bradford.
"The unproductive lands belonging to the college are the following ..."--p. 39. Signed: Wm. H. Woodward, treasurer.
"Statement of college income and expenditures, November, 1814."--1st folded leaf. Signed: Wm. H. Woodward.
"Exhibition of salaries of professors and tutors, from the year 1785."--2nd folded leaf. Signed: Wm. H. Woodward, treas'r.
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