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William Hyde document, New London, Conn., 1805, June 10

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Document, signed. Certificate to practice medicine, issued by the Connecticut State Medical Society to William Hyde, signed by Jeremiah West, James Potter, Simon Wolcott, and Avery Downer.
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William Hyde document, New London, Conn., 1805, June 10 1 items

William Hyde papers, 1861 and undated.

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Miscellaneous documents found in Hyde's daybooks, 1851-1861, which are part of the library's bound manuscript collection. Documents include foolscap bearing sums owed and names of clients. Of particular interest are three drafts of a petition, 1861, Conn., to the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, that the Crittenden measures, introduced by Kentucky legislator John Jordan Crittenden, be adopted by all states in order to peacefully preserve the Union. Of related interest is a page bearing biblical passages regarding slaves.
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William Hyde papers, 1861 and undated. 16 items

William James MacNeven letter, [New York], 1809, Mar. 28

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ALS. Sends Mrs. Alston a description of a method for obtaining and purifying nitrous oxide.
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William Johnson Cole papers, 1910-1916 and undated

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Employee of the Lepetkatta Tea Co., Ltd., in Barbaru, Assam, India. Cole signed his letters "Johnson." Collection comprises weekly letters Johnson wrote to his parents in England while he served as an engineer for a tea estate, and provides commentary written from a late-colonial perspective. There is information regarding the management of the tea estate, tea manufacture, tea prices and trade, and the transformation of work processes and personal lives by mechanization, the introduction of electricity, and brick making. In addition, Johnson wrote about local customs, labor, wildlife, weather, religious festivals, disease outbreaks (esp. cholera), and Indian politics. He also wrote about various engine repairs he undertook; transportation; his favorite pastimes (including hunting and playing polo); his various horses and pets; medical and dental treatments; people he met; as well as his activities in the volunteer British military guard, where he participated in military tests, drills, and sports, and served as Farrier Sergeant. His final letters contained extensive commentary on England's role in World War I, as well as the impact of the war on Assam. Includes a few postcards, one photograph, a clipping, and a tea invoice. There is also one undated letter written to Johnson by a native missionary who requested assistance.
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William Johnson Cole papers, 1910-1916 and undated 1 Linear Feet

William Kitchiner papers, 1824-1826 and undated.

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ALS, relating to various social engagements and household arrangements.
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William Lewis letter, [London], to Dr. Walker, 1822, July 4

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ALS. Reports that his grandson has been vaccinated by a Dr. Andrews.
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William Makepeace Thackeray letter, Clarendon, to Dr. William Prescott Dexter, 1855, Dec. 3

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ALS thanking Dexter for the attention and care he received during an attack of fever while on his second tour of the United States.
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William Maxwell Wood journal, Erie, Pennsylvania, 1849, Aug. 23

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Autograph manuscript. Part of Wood's journal of a trip accompanying President Zachary Taylor.
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William Mecklenburg Polk papers, 1891-1893 and undated.

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ALS relating to his interest in and publications on history. A newspaper clipping accompanies letters.
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William M. Sill note, 1886, Apr. 15

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ANS. Attests that Sill attended M. August Gaschet during the latter's illnss.
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William M. Sill note, 1886, Apr. 15 1 items