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THE OFFICIAL CHURCH OF THE TOWN.
The Grafton Presbytery and the Schism of Rev. Mr. Burroughs 185
THE COLLEGE UNDER GOVERNOR WENTWORTH.
First Steps of the College. Incidents of the Wilderness.
Letters of Governor Wentworth. Attitude of the Governor and
New Hampshire Assembly. — Trouble with the Foreign Trus-
tees. -- Plans for Enlargement. - Stoppage of Supplies. — Indian
Missions, Domestic Affairs, etc.
THE TOWN AND THE COLLEGE IN THE REVOLUTION.
Attitude of Wheelock and Town in Public Affairs. Military
Activity. – Letters to Washington, Trumbull, Schuyler, Gates,
and Others. Scouts. Alarms. Bedel's Regiment, and Lieu-
tenant-Colonel Wheelock's Expedition to the Indian Country.
Details of Frontier and Army Service, etc.
THE COLLEGE HALL IN POLITICS.
Early Efforts to restore New Hampshire Authority west of
the River. - Quarrel with New Hampshire about Representa-
tion. Conventions and Doings of the “College Hall” Party. —
Jealousy of State Officials. - Town of “ Dresden.” – Unions with
Vermont. Records and Letters. Collapse of the Union.
Persistency of the Dresden Party. — Ensuing Trouble with New
Hampshire about Taxation. — Attempts to incorporate the College
District and to divide the Town, etc.
THE COLLEGE AND MOOR'S CHARITY SCHOOL TO 1815.
Last Years of Dr. Wheelock. Trouble between College and
Town. Proposed Removal of the College into New York.
Death of Wheelock, and Critical State of the College. Questions
about the Succession. — Tour of President John Wheelock to
Europe. — New Buildings. Debts, Lotteries, etc. Gifts by
New Hampshire and Vermont. — Loss of Landaff. Revival of
Moor's School. — Litigation with Vermont. — Peculiar Schemes of
Extension and Control. — Prosperity of the College. Relations
with the Scotch Society and the Indians. Financial Condition
of the College, etc.