Monto Jan. 5. 25.
I have not yet heard of our Corinthian roses, though I hope they are on the way, our scaffolds being now much in the way and awaiting these ornaments only to be struck.
I should suppose your manufactory of flat tiles, as light as slate would probably succeed. costing but 5. D 70 c the square they will come cheaper than any other covering known, and the sufficiency of tile is well enough established by experience. the tin for a square @ 12. D. the box, costs us 8. D. as a box does a square & a half. slate is a bad covering because constantly getting out of repair
I wrote to mr Maverick so long ago as Sep. 22. requesting he would send us 200. copies of the of our University making some previous small alterns in the , we have been that long without a single one, and on the approach of the opening of the University they are much in demand. I have never heard a word from him. would you do me the favor to call on him, and know what I have to expect. I salute you with frdshp & respect