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Letter Allowing Student to Continue Classes

Author(s): King, David

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I am well acquainted with the circumstances
and character of George Smeaton. He is so
situated as to be quite dependent on the gen=erous
consideration of others : while his talents
diligence and good conduct are such as to
make him worthy in my opinion of
benevolent encouragement. If therefore
he be again permitted to attend the claſses
of the University free of charge I think the
Kindneſs of the [¿] will be most suitably
applied.
David King Muir
4 [¿] Place [¿] 1839
GLASGOW UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES

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Letter Allowing Student to Continue Classes

Document Information

Document ID 515
Title Letter Allowing Student to Continue Classes
Year group 1800-1850
Genre Administrative prose
Year of publication 1839
Wordcount 84

Author information: King, David

Author ID 123
Forenames David
Surname King
Gender Male