Letter, 1766 September 6, Bristol, to Eleazar Wheelock, Conn.


Letter, 1766 September 6, Bristol, to Eleazar Wheelock, Conn.

Is trying to collect money for the cause. Mr. Oliver and Mr. Mauduit raise opposition. Mr. Occum is going to Great Britain.

2 leaves. 22 x 36 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7269911

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Mauduit, Jasper

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Jasper Mauduit, who served as colonial agent in London for the Province of Massachusetts Bay from 1762 to 1765, was the son of Isaac Mauduit (1662/3-1718) and Elizabeth Mauduit (1671/2-1713). The years of his birth and death are not known. He was a prosperous woolen-draper and owned a business on Lime Street in London, called Mauduit and Company, with his brother Israel Mauduit (1708-1787) and his son-in-law, James Wright. They conducted active business in Virginia and were financially successfu...

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Wheelock, Eleazar, 1711-1779

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Occom, Samson, 1723-1792

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Whitaker, Nathaniel, 1732-1795

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