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(?) to James Dean
Description: Letter in Iroquois language with "James Dean's" on the side.
A. Ewing to Samuel Kirkland
Discusses manner of payment for the "Indian Horses."
A.R. Robbins to Samuel Kirkland
Robbins recently saw the Major (Samuel Kirkland's son) who informed him of Kirkland and his family. He informs Kirkland that many have died at New Haven. Since Robbins' impending mission will take him to Kirkland's area, he hopes to visit., Description: Includes a transcription.
Aaron Crosby to Samuel Kirkland
Finds the visiting Dutch minister unique., Description: Includes a transcription.
Abraham Simon to Samuel Kirkland
Returned home safely. Working at Dartmouth, learning to be a surveyor. Will send Jerusha money when he can afford it.
Account of Expenses
Expenses for inoculations, farming utensils and Samuel Kirkland's salary., Description: Date on document probably wrong.
Account of Expenses
Expenses for currency exchange losses, inoculations and farming utensils. Receipts: donations from John Thornton
Account of Expenses
Samuel Kirkland's expenses Oct. 1777-April 1779: Treaty of Albany, Treaty of Johnstown, Travel, miscellaneous.
Account of Expenses
Account of Samuel Kirkland's expenses incurred while bringing the chiefs to Philadelphia. Travel, lodging, and baggage transport costs.
Account of Expenses
Samuel Kirkland's expenses for 1769., Description: Includes a transcription.
Address to the Iroquois Chief
Seems to be an address to the Congress or some other official body., Description: Transcript in Samuel Kirkland's handwriting is almost illegible.
An address of the Oneida Sachems to a party of young warriors, bound to Gen. Washington, conducted by Major de Tousard.
Article in London Chronicle: Sachem's address, interpreted by Samuel Kirkland., Description: p. 210, column 1.
Andrew Elliot to Samuel Kirkland
After reading the Articles of Agreement with Wheelock, the Board has decided "that it would have been as well if you had not seen him". The LCBC should be informed of future transactions with Wheelock. Dispute with Sir William Johnson should be straightened out. The Board is taking care to prevent the publishing of the portions of Kirkland's journals referring to Johnson. Crosby to be assisted.
Andrew Elliot to Samuel Kirkland
Pleased with the account of Crosby's mission. Desires Samuel Kirkland to send more frequent journals. Wheelock has again written the Board. Samuel Kirkland is not to have anything to do with him without consulting the LBCB. The board is looking to send out an additional missionary.
Andrew Elliot to Samuel Kirkland
Quotes from a letter from Dr. Erskine to Dr. Chauncey. Is favorable to Samuel Kirkland. Elliot warns Kirkland of being "used cruelly by those who pretend to be your friends." Wheelock has procured 3 Stockbridges for Dartmouth.
Andrew Elliot to Samuel Kirkland
Board advancing Samuel Kirkland on his salary. Cautions Samuel Kirkland about drawing on the Boards funds, as their treasury is often empty. Have heard nothing from Crosby (as usual). SSPCK appears pleased with Samuel Kirkland's efforts. Hopes that the Six Nations will not oppose the colonies.
Andrew Elliot to Samuel Kirkland
Butler to serve as the Board's new missionary. Samuel Kirkland's journal received, will be sent to Scotland when the whole Board has read it. Advises Kirkland not to work so hard. Troops are in Boston and the Port is closed. General Gage "behaves with great prudence.", Description: Includes a transcription.
Articles of Agreement between Mr. Kirkland and Eleazer Wheelock
Attributes the late misunderstanding to the work of Satan. Recognizes that Samuel Kirkland's commitment to the London Board of Correspondents in Boston now more important than his other (earthly) commitments. Kirkland did suffer for supplies under Wheelock's patronage, although this was not because of willful neglect on Wheelock's part. Kirkland has not personally benefitted from any patronage, bu... [description clipped]
B. Woodward to Samuel Kirkland
G.W. Kirkland returning to Oneida. Speaks very highly of him.
Barna Bidwell to Samuel Kirkland
Description: Enclosing copy of Dr. Aryton's commencement address.

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