A Continuation of the Narrative of the Indian Charity-school, in Lebanon in Connecticut, New England: Founded and Carried on by the Revd. Dr. Eleazar Wheelock. With an Appendix, Containing the Declaration of the Trustees of that Charity; a List of the Names of the Subscribers; an Account of Monies Received and Paid; Together with Dr. Wheelock's Annual Account of His Receipts and Disbursements ... London, Printed by J. and W. Oliver ... 1769
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Account Affair Alderman Benjamin blessed Boys Brethren Brought Carried Castle Charles Hardy Chiefs Children Christ Christian Clark Collected at Rev Colony of Connecticut Daniel West David Fowler dear desired Devon/hire Ditto at Rev ditto paid ditto received Doctor Earl of Dartmouth Edward Eleazar Wheelock Expences Father favour fend Friends George George Wyllys God's Hall Health Heart Henry Honourable hope Indian Charity School Isaac James John Geere John Thornton Joseph Johnson junior Kent Letter Lord Matthew Mess Messieurs Messrs Minister Miss Mohocks Morning Nathaniel Whitaker Number o'Clock Occom Old Onoida Onondaga Person Unknown poor Pounds present Reverend Richard Robert Keen Sabbath Sachem Samuel Kirtland Samuel Roffey Samuel Savage School in Lebanon senior sent sick Sir Charles Hotham Sir William Johnson Smith Sundry Persons Tekananda thanked Thomas thousand Seven hundred told Tour Town Tribe Trustees Visit Weeks Wilderness William Word