Nathaniel Whitaker, letter, to Eleazar Wheelock, 1767 February 12

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[note (type: abstract): Whitaker writes regarding several matters, including the slanders of the New England Company, General Lyman's progress in obtaining land, the necessity of formalizing the Charity School accounts, and the disbursement of a shipment of books. He notes that Whitefield suggests sending Indian baskets to the wives of donors, and that Occom proposes Long Island as a suitable new location for an Indian school.][note (type: handwriting): Handwriting is small and crowded, yet mostly clear and legible. On two verso, the date of receipt is in Wheelock's hand; the other trailer is in an unknown hand.][note (type: paper): Large sheet folded in half to make four pages is in fair condition, with moderate staining, creasing and wear. A tear on the outer edge of two recto/verso results in some loss of text.][note (type: noteworthy): In the last paragraph of one recto, the identity of "Young Johnson" is uncertain, and so he has been left untagged. However, he is likely John Johnson[pers0621.ocp]. If Whitaker's intention regarding a word or abbreviation is uncertain, the word or abbreviation has been left unmodified in the modernized transcription. The postscript is written on the crease between one verso and two recto.][note (type: signature): The letter is signed twice, both times abbreviated.]

EventsMason Land Case, Fundraising Tour of Great Britain

[Opener]
  [Revd | Rev.]RevdRev. [& | and]&and dear Brother 
Yours of the [illegible] I [rec.d | received]rec.dreceived [laſt | last]laſtlast   night; [& | and]&and rejoice to [finde | find]findefind that there are Such [proſpects | prospects]proſpectsprospects of  [succeſs | success]succeſssuccess among the heathen — [Bleſſed | Blessed]BleſſedBlessed be God who still reigns  [& | and]&and doth all things well: [& | and]&and who brings good out of evil, [& | and]&and call‐ eth the things that are not as [tho | though]thothough they were. What availeth the  rage of the enemies of our reigning, almighty [Jeſus | Jesus]JeſusJesus! it will only  work for the [accompliſhment | accomplishment]accompliſhmentaccomplishment of his own [moſt | most]moſtmost glorious [purpoſes | purposes]purpoſespurposes.  Why then should we be ever [caſt | cast]caſtcast down, or be filled with anxious  fear, since we know the will of him, [whoſe | whose]whoſewhose will is ours, if we are as  we [ſho’d | should]ſho’dshould be, will be done — even so Amen, [& | and]&and Amen —
Come my [B.r | brother]B.rbrother hold out a little longer — [Jeſus | Jesus]JeſusJesus is coming, [leap‐ in | leap‐ ing]leap‐ inleap‐ ing on the mountains [& | and]&and [skiping | skipping]skipingskipping on the hills, [& | and]&and will, I doubt  not, make the [wilderneſs | wilderness]wilderneſswilderness to echo with his [praiſes | praises]praiſespraises. O that God  may give the Amen; [& | and]&and make you the father of many nations  that your crown of Glory may be great in yonder happy world;  [& | and]&and may I hope to come in for a humble share [thro’ | though]thro’though the merit of  our glorious [Emanuel | Emmanuel]EmanuelEmmanuel! — I am really glad you [ purpoſe | propose] purpoſepropose [in‐ ſiſting | in‐ sisting]in‐ ſiſtingin‐ sisting on a [coppy | copy]coppycopy of Olivers[pers0031.ocp] letter to Mauduit[pers0365.ocp]: You will then see  how near themy memory retained the Ideas [convaid | conveyed]convaidconveyed in it, which I  verily believe are according to the true intent of the letter, [& | and]&and as  near their own words as I can remember. I wrote you a long  heap of stuff a few days [paſt | past]paſtpast, [& | and]&and some things of moment — I saw  [G. | Gen.]G.Gen. Lyman[pers0344.ocp] this day; he told me that he hoped to be able in a few days  to say that something is his own — but say nothing [leaſt | lest]leaſtlest the fail; for,  [tho | though]thothough I verily believe he will gain his point if the [preſent | present]preſentpresent [miniſtry | ministry]miniſtryministry   stand, yet there seems Such a [wavouring | wavering]wavouringwavering in the [miniſtry | ministry]miniſtryministry, [& | and]&and even now  talk of a change ^[above] so^so that he will have his affair to begin anew, as it were,  if this should be — He is strongly inclined to have the school[org0098.ocp] with him.
Young [Johnſon | Johnson]JohnſonJohnson is come — but I need not court his [friendſhip | friendship]friendſhipfriendship, as  the [cauſe | cause]cauſecause is become so Strong by the formation of the [truſt | trust]truſttrust[org0103.ocp]. [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Keen[pers0301.ocp]  tells me he has wrote you a [coppy | copy]coppycopy of the [truſt | trust]truſttrust, [& | and]&and [deſired | desired]deſireddesired you to  draw a form well guarded, [& | and]&and confining it as much as [poſſible | possible]poſſiblepossible to the  [preſent | present]preſentpresent plan, [& | and]&and to prevent any future corruptions, [& | and]&and [git | get]gitget it executed
in a legal manner, [& | and]&and ^[above] to^to send it over for their acceptance. I am  glad he hath done this — This day Dear [mr | Mr.]mrMr. Brewer[pers0094.ocp] of Stepny[place0224.ocp]  told me he had wrote, [& | and]&and got a friend ^[above] [alſo | also]alſoalso ^[alſo | also]alſoalso to write [illegible]  [illegible][& | and]&and[& | and]&and hopes he shall obtain. Does [mr | Mr.]mrMr. [P–n | Pemberton]P–nPemberton[pers0415.ocp] say that there  was nothing in that letter to [mr | Mr.]mrMr. Occoms[pers0030.ocp] [diſadvantage | disadvantage]diſadvantagedisadvantage? What will he  say to that [expreſſion | expression]expreſſionexpression — “And he ([mr | Mr.]mrMr. Occom[pers0030.ocp]) might still have continued  in our service had he been [diſpoſed | disposed]diſpoſeddisposed, [& | and]&and continued faithful in the [exerciſe | exercise]exerciſeexercise   of the duties of his function”? [Aſk | Ask]AſkAsk him if he ever was unfaithful. and,  couples like [caſes | cases]caſescases, moods [& | and]&and [tenſes | tenses]tenſestenses — I [suppoſe | suppose]suppoſesuppose they are [Gramarians | grammarians]Gramariansgrammarians.
[Alaſs | Alas]AlaſsAlas! that [thoſe | those]thoſethose gentlemen should [uſe | use]uſeuse such a scandalous method  to do what? why, to hurt a good [cauſe | cause]cauſecause without any advantage to them‐ selves. I am [perſwaded | persuaded]perſwadedpersuaded, God is greatly [diſpleaſed | displeased]diſpleaſeddispleased with their conduct, [& | and]&and  will humble them, [& | and]&and make them weep bitterly for it, if ever he [deſigns | designs]deſignsdesigns   to honour them as [inſtruments | instruments]inſtrumentsinstruments of his glory in the World, [& | and]&and to bring  them to heaven at [laſt | last]laſtlast — Why do not the [Miniſters | ministers]Miniſtersministers to the [eaſtward | eastward]eaſtwardeastward   write, their silence will be [conſtrued | construed]conſtruedconstrued into an [aſſent | assent]aſſentassent to [yt | that]ytthat letter, [illegible]by  [& | and]&and by if they do not. [ Mr | Mr.] MrMr.[Occ: | Occom]Occ:Occom [pers0030.ocp] tells me that there is a large tract of  Land on Long [Iſland | Island]IſlandIsland [place0129.ocp] on [ye | the]yethe north [sid | side]sidside not far [weſt | west]weſtwest of [South hold | Southold]South holdSouthold[place0217.ocp], [wch | which]wchwhich was  formerly offered to the Montauk Indians[org0061.ocp] for Montauks[org0061.ocp], [& | and]&and which he  thinks may be procured for a small sum which is handy for [fiſh | fish]fiſhfish   [oyſters | oysters]oyſtersoysters Clams, [&c | etc.]&cetc. so that much of the youths living might be ob‐ tained therefrom — salt hay [eno’ | enough]eno’enough for a large stock, [& | and]&and all the [Barons | barrens]Baronsbarrens  of the [iſland | island]iſlandisland for their range in Summer — If nothing shall turn  up soon, [& | and]&and there should be any [tho’t | thought]tho’tthought of fixing the School[org0098.ocp] near  your parts, will it not be [worth while | worthwhile]worth whileworthwhile to look after that land, [& | and]&and  send the advantages of it, if they are great, or worthy [conſidering | considering]conſideringconsidering.  you know the good temper of Long [Iſland | Island]IſlandIsland [place0129.ocp] fo[illegible]lks — Your [Acc.t | account]Acc.taccount of dear  [mr | Mr.]mrMr. Kirtland[pers0315.ocp] grieves me — May God [preſerve | preserve]preſervepreserve his life [& | and]&and [reſtore | restore]reſtorerestore his health.
[Bleſſed | Blessed]BleſſedBlessed be God, your endeavours are so succeeded — you don’t tell me  one word whether my family is alive or dead — When I shall return  I [cant | can't]cantcan't [gueſs | guess]gueſsguess. O pray for me that I may be kept from all evil, but  [eſpecially | especially]eſpeciallyespecially from sin — [& | and]&and that he would go before me in this work —  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Occom[pers0030.ocp] is [will | well]willwell, [& | and]&and gives Duty to you [& | and]&and all [yous | yours]yousyours[pleaſe | please]pleaſeplease to [preſent | present]preſentpresent   [kindeſt | kindest]kindeſtkindest Love to dear Madam[pers0577.ocp], Rodolphus[pers0578.ocp], Daughters, sons, scholars, people, [&c. | etc.]&c.etc.  and accept the Same from  your unworthy Brother  [& | and]&and fellow [serv.t | servant]serv.tservant in the [bleſſe | blessed]bleſſeblessed [Goſpel | Gospel]GoſpelGospel   [Nathl | Nathaniel]NathlNathaniel Whitaker[pers0037.ocp]
The [propoſals | proposals]propoſalsproposals for printing a new [ Tranſlation | translation] Tranſlation translation of ^[above] the^the new [T. | Testament]T.Testament which accom‐ panies this; will [doubtleſs | doubtless]doubtleſsdoubtless afford you some speculation. This work (which is  said to be now in the [preſs | press]preſspress) is performed by the [ Revd | Rev.] RevdRev. [mr | Mr.]mrMr. Harwood[pers0247.ocp] of  [Briſtol | Bristol]BriſtolBristol[place0020.ocp], [son in law | son-in-law]son in lawson-in-law to the late venerable Dr. [Sam.l | Samuel]Sam.lSamuel Chandler[pers0120.ocp] of London[place0128.ocp]. This  Gentleman is very friendly to the Indian [cauſe | cause]cauſecause!!! The [propoſats | proposats]propoſatsproposats were  turned into [verſe | verse]verſeverse by one [mr | Mr.]mrMr. Brown[pers0102.ocp] a Ch. [miniſter | minister]miniſterminister in [Briſtol | Bristol]BriſtolBristol[place0020.ocp], [& | and]&and a very  pious good man [& | and]&and p[Goſpel | gospel]Goſpelgospel preacher. In them you see what a state reli‐ gion is in [thro’ | through]thro’through the [greateſt | greatest]greateſtgreatest part of England[place0068.ocp] — Yet there are a few names  in Sardis — May God revive his own work. [Dr | Dr.]DrDr. Gibbons[pers0219.ocp] is a friend  indeed. He thinks it is [beſt | best]beſtbest for you to write over to [aſſure | assure]aſſureassure your friends here  that you have, [& | and]&and will leave behind you when you shall die, a will by  which all the [monies | moneys]moniesmoneys which may happen then to be in your hands  unexpended shall be devoted to the [uſe | use]uſeuse of the school[org0098.ocp], [& | and]&and [miſſions | missions]miſſionsmissions. This he  [deſires | desires]deſiresdesires as a friend that he [& | and]&and others may have wherewith to [anſwer | answer]anſweranswer objec‐ tors — You had as good write to him on this head, [& | and]&and take no notice of my  writing to you about it. I think it will be [beſt | best]beſtbest to send him a [coppy | copy]coppycopy of the  [paragraft | paragraph]paragraftparagraph of the will wherein this is [selled | settled]selledsettled.
The [beſt | best]beſtbest computation ^[above] [gueſs | guess]gueſsguess ^[gueſs | guess]gueſsguess I can make of the number supported by  this Charity at [preſent | present]preſentpresent, both in your school[org0098.ocp] [& | and]&and in the [Wilderne[gap: tear][guess (h-dawnd): ſs]ſs | wilderness]Wilderne[gap: tear][guess (h-dawnd): ſs]ſswilderness  [tween | between]tweenbetween 40 [& | and]&and 50 [& | and]&and when I am [aſked | asked]aſkedasked how many, I [anſwer | answer]anſweranswer that [gap: tear]  know exactly, but [suppoſe | suppose]suppoſesuppose between 40. [& | and]&and 50. I therefore beg the fa[gap: tear][guess (h-dawnd): vour]vour  you to send me an [acc.t | account]acc.taccount of your numbers, how many Indians, [& | and]&and [gap: tear]  many [Engliſh | English]EngliſhEnglish[& | and]&and how they are [imployed | employed]imployedemployed, [& | and]&and [alſo | also]alſoalso send the [Truſt | Trust]TruſtTrust an [acc.[gap: tear][guess (h-dawnd): t]t | account]acc.[gap: tear][guess (h-dawnd): t]taccount   what you have [rec.d | received]rec.dreceived from here, [& | and]&and in America[place0003.ocp], [& | and]&and what money is in your  hands, [& | and]&and under what [improvem.t | improvement]improvem.timprovement — I send 60 of Mathew [Meed | Mead]MeedMeads[pers0371.ocp] [almoſt | Almost]almoſtAlmost   [Chriſtian | Christian]ChriſtianChristian, [& | and]&and a few other Books to [ mrs | Mrs.] mrsMrs. Whitaker[pers0583.ocp], the 60 [coſt | cost]coſtcost me 3 [g.s | guineas]g.sguineas When  you have taken what you [chuſe | choose]chuſechoose of them you may [diſpoſe | dispose]diſpoſedispose of the [reſt | rest]reſtrest to [mr | Mr.]mrMr.   Breed[pers0005.ocp] but not under [16 [ster | sterling]stersterling | 16 d.]16 [ster | sterling]stersterling16 d. per book, or to [any one | anyone]any oneanyone [elſe | else]elſeelse you [pleaſe | please]pleaſeplease, so that  you leave 2 or 3 for me; the other books are the gift of the Book society[org0092.ocp].  I hope you will not draw for any more money if you can [poſſibly | possibly]poſſiblypossibly do  [with out | without]with outwithout it yet a while, [& | and]&and [ wn | when] wnwhen you do [pleaſe | please]pleaſeplease to give the [truſt | trust]truſttrust[org0103.ocp] an [acc.t | account]acc.taccount of  the [diſpoſal | disposal]diſpoſaldisposal of all you have [rec.d | received]rec.dreceived [mr | Mr.]mrMr. Keen[pers0301.ocp] is secretary.
[Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Whitefield[pers0038.ocp] says, you should have all your accounts Audited [& | and]&and  certified under some [publick | public]publickpublic seal.
It will not be long before we go into the Country toward [Scolland | Scotland]ScollandScotland [place0203.ocp] — The spirit of  giving seems somewhat over here, the thing has become old [& | and]&and stale; but God will do  all his [pleaſure | pleasure]pleaſurepleasure — I have [juſt | just]juſtjust [reviſed | revised]reviſedrevised a [2d | 2nd.]2d2nd. time the appendix to the narra‐ tive which I send you — You may, God enabling me, depend on my [^[above] ut^ut moſt | utmost]^[above] ut^ut moſtutmost en‐ deavours to promote this [Cauſe | cause]Cauſecause[mr | Mr.]mrMr. Occom[pers0030.ocp] does not [medle | meddle]medlemeddle in [Maſons | Masons]MaſonsMasons affair
[Closer]
I am your Brother [Nathl | Nathaniel]NathlNathaniel Whitaker[pers0037.ocp] 
[Postscript]
NB. I sent you the [firſt | first]firſtfirst of [theſe | these]theſethese Bills the other Day — [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Whitefield[pers0038.ocp] says you should  send over a number of Indian rarities. you, [& | and]&and [no body | nobody]no bodynobody [elſe | else]elſeelse, [muſt | must]muſtmust send them. [Git | get]Gitget the Indians to make  a number of neat [Baſkets | baskets]Baſketsbaskets for the ladies — Lady Dartmouth[pers0152.ocp] [& | and]&and others would be glad of such [preſents | presents]preſentspresents   [& | and]&and may [prcure | procure]prcureprocure many [Gunies | guineas]Guniesguineas, I [wiſh | wish]wiſhwish you would think of any of their works which will  [shew | show]shewshow their genius, [& | and]&and will be [pleaſing | pleasing]pleaſingpleasing to the people here, as any such things will be.
Received [Ap.r | April]Ap.rApril 20  1767.[1767-04-20]
To  The [Revd | Rev.]RevdRev. [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Eleazar Wheelock[pers0037.ocp]  in Lebanon[place0122.ocp]  Connecticut[place0048.ocp].  From the [Rev.d | Rev.]Rev.dRev. [M.r | Mr.]M.rMr. Whitaker[pers0037.ocp]  [Feby | February]FebyFebruary [12.th | 12th]12.th12th 1767[1767-02-12]
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People identified in this document:

id Text in document Role in header Authorized Name
pers0031.ocp Olivers mentioned Oliver, Andrew
pers0365.ocp Mauduit mentioned Mauduit, Jasper
pers0344.ocp G. Gen. Lyman mentioned Lyman, Phineas
pers0301.ocp M r Mr. Keen mentioned Keen, Robert
pers0094.ocp m r Mr. Brewer mentioned Brewer, Samuel
pers0415.ocp m r Mr. P–n Pemberton mentioned Pemberton, Ebenezer Jr.
pers0030.ocp m r Mr. Occoms mentioned Occom, Samson
pers0030.ocp m r Mr. Occom mentioned Occom, Samson
pers0030.ocp M r Mr. Occ: Occom mentioned Occom, Samson
pers0315.ocp m r Mr. Kirtland mentioned Kirkland, Samuel
pers0030.ocp M r Mr. Occom mentioned Occom, Samson
pers0577.ocp Madam mentioned Wheelock, Mary (née Brinsmead)
pers0578.ocp Rodolphus mentioned Wheelock, Rodulphus
pers0037.ocp Nath l Nathaniel Whitaker writer Whitaker, Nathaniel
pers0247.ocp Rev d Rev. m r Mr. Harwood mentioned Harwood
pers0120.ocp Dr. Sam. l Samuel Chandler mentioned Chandler, Samuel
pers0102.ocp m r Mr. Brown mentioned Brown
pers0219.ocp D r Dr. Gibbons mentioned Gibbons
pers0371.ocp Mathew Meed Mead s mentioned Mead, Matthew
pers0583.ocp m rs Mrs. Whitaker mentioned Whitaker, Sarah (née Smith)
pers0005.ocp m r Mr. Breed mentioned Breed, Gershom
pers0301.ocp m r Mr. Keen mentioned Keen, Robert
pers0038.ocp M r Mr. Whitefield mentioned Whitefield, George
pers0152.ocp Lady Dartmouth mentioned Legge, Frances Catherine (née Nicholl)
pers0037.ocp Rev d Rev. M r Mr. Eleazar Wheelock writer Whitaker, Nathaniel
pers0037.ocp Rev. d Rev. M. r Mr. Whitaker writer Whitaker, Nathaniel

Places identified in this document:

id Text in document Authorized Name
place0128.ocp London London
place0224.ocp Stepny Stepney
place0129.ocp Long Iſland Island Long Island
place0217.ocp South hold Southold Southold
place0020.ocp Briſtol Bristol Bristol
place0068.ocp England England
place0003.ocp America America
place0203.ocp Scolland Scotland Scotland
place0122.ocp Lebanon Lebanon
place0048.ocp Connecticut Connecticut

Organizations identified in this document:

id Text in document Authorized Name
org0098.ocp the school Moor’s Indian Charity School
org0103.ocp the truſttrust Trust in England
org0061.ocp Montauk Indians Montaukett Tribe
org0061.ocp Montauks Montaukett Tribe
org0098.ocp the School Moor’s Indian Charity School
org0098.ocp your school Moor’s Indian Charity School
org0092.ocp the Book society Society for Propagating Religious Knowledge Among the Poor

Dates identified in this document:

Standard Form Text
1767-02-12 Feb.February 12. 1767
1767-04-20 Ap.rApril 20 1767.
1767-02-12 FebyFebruary 12.th12th 1767

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modernization wiſh wish
variation shew show
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modernization Rev.d Rev.
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Abbreviation Expansion
Feb. February
& and
rec.d received
B.r brother
thro’ though
P–n Pemberton
wch which
eno’ enough
Acc.t account
T. Testament
Sam.l Samuel
thro’ through
tween between
acc.t account
improvem.t improvement
g.s guineas
ster sterling
wn when
2d 2nd.
Nathl Nathaniel
Ap.r April
Feby February
12.th 12th

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