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Vote of the Committee for letting Hayward's pasture, March 14, 1763 Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 61Identifier: UAI 5.120
Scope and content: This subseries contains votes of the Harvard Corporation, correspondence, legal documents, financial documents including receipts, memorials, and shipping invoices. Topics documented include construction of a fourth meeting house for the First Parish of Cambridge; an honorary degree for Benjamin Franklin; fines for student infractions; salaries; smallpox; the proposal to found a writing school near Dummer Academy; John Winthrop’s voyage to Newfoundland to observe the Transit of Venus; the...

Vote of the Committee of Arrangement for the Funeral of the Rev'd Dr. Simeon Howard, August 16, 1804 Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 46Identifier: UAI 5.120
Scope and content: Thanks for Joseph Willard's sermon at the funeral of Rev'd Dr. Howard.

Vote of the Corporation, 1799 June 10 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 29Identifier: UAI 20.799
Scope and Contents: Two octavo-sized leaves containing a handwritten copy of the vote of the Harvard Corporation during the June 10, 1799 meeting authorizing Judge John Lowell and Judge Oliver Wendell to be a committee to attend to business with the state legislature related to the pending bill before the General Court regarding the College's real estate tax exemptions. The vote also authorized Professor Pearson to work with the Committee as needed. The document is addressed to Professor Pearson and signed by...

Vote of the Corporation accepting Kirkland's resignation, 1828 April 2 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 42Identifier: UAI 15.880
Scope and Contents: This folder contains a nineteenth-century handwritten copy of the vote.

Vote of the Corporation continuing the salary of the President up to the next commencement, 1828 April 2 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 41Identifier: UAI 15.880
Scope and Contents: This folder contains two nineteenth-century handwritten copies of the vote.

Vote of the Corporation regarding the proposed resignation of President Increase Mather (eighteenth-century manuscript copy), 1695 August 5 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 22Identifier: UAI 5.110, UAI 5.110, Volume 1, Item 26
Scope and Contents: Vote of the Harvard Corporation, dated August 5, 1695, desiring Increase Mather to continue as Harvard College president after he indicated he wished to resign.

This document is a duplicate of an item that can be found in Harvard University. Corporation. Harvard College Papers, 1st series, 1636-1825, 1831 (UAI 5.100):

Vote of the Corporation respecting the readmission of Tudor and others, 1768 July 5, 1768 July 5 Digital

Item Identifier: UAIII 15.21.6, UAIII 15.21.6 Box 1, Folder 19
Scope and Contents: Handwritten copy of the vote of the Corporation to readmit Austin, Tudor, and Peabody, with the note that "The President entered his protest against the above vote." The document also transcribes a vote to amend the College Law Chapter V, Law 1 regarding students' quarterly charges from the Steward and Butler.

Vote of the General court on muster rolls : manuscript document transcript?; [Boston], 1745 September 26-28., 1745 Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Am 969, (17)
Scope and Contents: Contains enlistment records for those serving in the company under John Storer in the Louisbourg Expedition, correspondence concerning the campaign with family and with military officers, printed notices and orders and returns concerning the Expedition, financial documents and accounts of the regiment, manuscript buildings plan of the fort, and other items.

Vote of the General Court to establish two new towns (Lunenburg and Townsend) and to grant 250 acres in each town to Harvard, November 4, 1719 Digital

Item — Box: 4, Folder: 81Identifier: UAI15.750
Scope and Contents: Records in this series pertain to a 250 acre lot in Lunenburg, Massachusetts granted to Harvard by the General Court in 1719. One document refers to another lot of 250 acres granted by the General Court on the same occasion, in an unnamed town that was Townsend, Massachusetts (See Series XIV). The series includes a copy of the General Court's vote; a plan and description of the lot created by surveyor Nathan Heywood; Heywood's bills for the survey work; and a lease of a portion of the land to...

Vote of the government on Disorders, 1803 May 17, 1803 May 17 Digital

Item Identifier: UAIII 15.21.6, UAIII 15.21.6 Box 1, Folder 39
Scope and Contents: Vote to suspend students Barber, Tower, and Whitman for disorders in chapel.