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Box 01

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Contains 44 Collections and/or Records:

Warden, D.B., A.L.s. to Benjamin Waterhouse; Paris, 1 side (2 pages), 1808 February 8, 1808 February 8 Digital

File — Box: 01, Folder: 38Identifier: H MS c16
Scope and Contents: Correspondence accompanying a diploma for Waterhouse granted by the School of Medicine in Paris.

Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846, A.L.s. to Henry Ware; Cambridge, 1 side (3 pages), 1833 August 29, 1833 August 29 Digital

File — Box: 01, Folder: 39Identifier: H MS c16
Scope and Contents: Correspondence written to his grandson in which Waterhouse teases him about signing his letters "Henry the Third" and encourages him in his studies.

Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846, 14 A.L.s. to Mary (Waterhouse) Ware, folder 1, 1823 August 11-1825 May 23, 1823 August 11-1825 May 23 Digital

File — Box: 01, Folder: 40Identifier: H MS c16
Scope and Contents: Waterhouse asks his daughter to procure and send William Tudor's Letters on the Eastern States to her brother Benjamin in Glasgow. He also discusses her other siblings, writing: "My comfort, pride, trouble & mortification arise from my children; and of them Daniel's conduct is the most distressing." While Waterhouse was under the impression Daniel was traveling in the East Indies, he tells Mary he has learned his son is in jail in Philadelphia for fraud....

Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846, 14 A.L.s. to Mary (Waterhouse) Ware, folder 2, 1825 June 28-1837 January 26, undated, 1825 June 28-1837 January 26 Digital

File — Box: 01, Folder: 41Identifier: H MS c16
Scope and Contents: Correspondence in which Waterhouse relays details of his travels and social activities, news of relatives and friends, including Noah Webster, and activities of their church. He frequently expresses disappointment in his other children, saying they "act strangely, & keep aloft from their father." He also advises Mary regarding difficulties her son Henry is experiencing while teething: "There are two indications -- one is to moderate the irritation, for there will always be some, while the...

Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846, A.L.s to Andrew Oliver Waterhouse; Cambridge, 1 side (4 pages), 1831 February 8, 1831 February 8 Digital

File — Box: 01, Folder: 43Identifier: H MS c16
Scope and Contents: Correspondence to his son informing him his grandmother has died and left him her estate.

Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846, A.L.s. to John Fothergill Waterhouse, 1 side (2 pages), circa 1810, 1810 Digital

File — Box: 01, Folder: 44Identifier: H MS c16
Scope and Contents: Correspondence addressed to his son at Andover in which he expresses admiration at the "energy" John displayed in a letter refuting some sort of accusation.

Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846, A.L.s. to [ ] Fansher, 1 side (2 pages), 1827 January 15, 1827 January 15 Digital

File — Box: 01, Folder: 14Identifier: H MS c16
Scope and Contents: Correspondence to the wife of Sylvanus Fansher, requesting she notify her husband that he should be ready to travel to Newport, Rhode Island, and administer vaccinations to the town, which was facing a smallpox outbreak.

Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846, A.L.s. (copy) to Alfonse Abraham Albert Gallatin; Boston, 1 side (2 pages), circa 1812 June 20, 1812 June 20 Digital

File — Box: 01, Folder: 15Identifier: H MS c16
Scope and Contents: Waterhouse writes to United States Treasury Secretary Gallatin regarding his request to add a 25 square foot room to an unnamed hospital, which would be dedicated to treatment of infectious disease.

Gunther, W.L. A.L.s. to Benjamin Waterhouse; Louvain, 1 side (2 pages), 1787 April 1, 1787 April 1 Digital

File — Box: 01, Folder: 16Identifier: H MS c16
Scope and Contents: Correspondence regarding repayment of a debt. In French.