Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1828.


Renwick, James, 1790?-1863. Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1828.

Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1828.

Three letters: one to Robert Walsh dated 7 August 1828, and two to Nicholas Biddle dated 20 August and 11 September 1828. Renwick had been offerred a professorship of Natural Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania that had previously been held by a Dr. Paterson, and he needed time to consider. In the third letter he communicates his decision to decline the offer.

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