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Henry Junius Nott papers, 1830-1951 ;

Author: Henry Junius Nott
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Chiefly reports made to Govs. Robert Y. Hayne and George McDuffie on condition of South Carolina College [University of South Carolina], with recommendations for improvements; reports from various professors to Nott as chairman of the faculty; and reports to President Robert W. Barnwell on progress of Nott's classes. Includes manuscript, [Dec. 1835], statement of conditions under which Maxcy Gregg's degree was
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Robert Woodward Barnwell; Curtis Carroll Davis; Maxcy Gregg; Wade Hampton; Robert Young Hayne; Hugh Swinton Legaré; George McDuffie; Margaret Babcock Meriwether; Henry Junius Nott
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Junius Nott
OCLC Number: 31471089
Description: 24 items.
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Chiefly reports made to Govs. Robert Y. Hayne and George McDuffie on condition of South Carolina College [University of South Carolina], with recommendations for improvements; reports from various professors to Nott as chairman of the faculty; and reports to President Robert W. Barnwell on progress of Nott's classes. Includes manuscript, [Dec. 1835], statement of conditions under which Maxcy Gregg's degree was withheld.

Letter, 7 May 1831, Columbia, S.C., to Hugh S[winton] Legare, Charleston, S.C., commenting on Columbia's social life, dinner with Wade Hampton, and effect of his speech on the people at the [South Carolina] College: "When we go to Europe 'tis like visiting the theatre: We see the Show, & then wish to be again at home"; 2 printed manuscripts, 1 May and 3 July 1836, to J.N. Reynolds, expressing his views on a voyage of exploration to the South Pacific authorized by Congress, and stressing the importance of providing a sufficient number of men competent in the sciences.

Letter, 26 Apr. 1951, Curtis Carroll Davis, to Mrs. [R.L.] Meriwether, inquiring if the Library held an unpublished manuscript written by Nott re an historical romance involving a pirate.

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