Papers, 1817-1857.


Dwight Family. Papers, 1817-1857.

Papers, 1817-1857.

Claim of widow of Captain Matthew Patrick presented to Congress; a dispute over a pew rental at the First Ecclesiastical Society of Hartford, Conn.; and the medical use of leeches. Correspondents include Samuel Cooper, Jabez Williams Huntington, Joseph Willard and James Bradbury. Includes a manuscript page from Theodore Dwight's Criticism of Church Psalmody.

28 items ; 33 x 19 cm.

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Army officer. From the description of Orders of Samuel Cooper, 1860. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79449910 Native of New Jersey, adjutant general in the U.S. Army, and adjutant general and inspector general in the Confederate Army. From the description of Samuel Cooper papers, 1775-1893 [manuscript]. WorldCat record id: 24201832 Samuel Cooper was a native of New Jersey, adjutant general in the United States Army, and adjutant general and inspector gene...

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Bradbury, James Ware, 1802-1901 (person)

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