Manuscript notes of lectures by Tapping Reeve and James Gould at the Litchfield Law School / taken down by Henry L. Ellsworth


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Object ID:
MssB L71 +1811E
Category:
Notebook
Creator:
Tapping Reeve; Henry L. Ellsworth; James Gould
Date:
1811
Held at:
Yale Law School, Lillian Goldman Law Library
Associated Place:
Litchfield, Connecticut
Size:
7 v. ; 24-29 cm
Description:
Unpaged, except for short sections
Vol. 5 contains 4 newspaper clippings pasted over the manuscript notes ; apparently someone had started a scrapbook
Vol. 6 has as binder's title: Chemistry. It contains manuscript notes of a chemistry lecture in the handwriting of Chauncey A. Goodrich, [2] p. at beginning
The autograph of Henry L. Ellsworth appears at the end of the first lecture on Waste in v. 7. A letter from Chauncey S. Goodrich, dated July 1, 1930, confirms the authorship of the notes

Volume 7 contains an account of a ride taken to Bethlehem:
1812 March 5th
Litchfield
"This day we took a ride to Bethlehem- ladies Harriet Mitchell_ Ogden_ Sheddon_ Sheldon_ Davenport_ H Talmadge_ M Talmadge & Phebe Talmadge of Warren & Miss Deming"


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