Letter from William Harding to Alden Partridge, 15 November 1844.

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Description

Regarding sending his son to school in Bristol; a school on Partridge's plan of education is opening in Nashville; their Nashville University will likely not prosper; writes of the ruinous effects of the past election and believes James K. Polk will be elected president.

Creator

Harding, William Giles, 1808-1886

Subject

Partridge, Alden, 1785-1854
Harding, William Giles, 1808-1886
Polk, James K. (James Knox), 1795-1849
Pennsylvania Literary, Scientific, and Military Institute (Bristol, Pa.)
University of Nashville
Bristol (Pa.)
Belle Meade Plantation (Tenn.)
Nashville (Tenn.)
Schools - Pennsylvania
Schools - Tennessee
Presidents - United States - Election

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