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I am very glad you have engaged mr Southall to assist us in the affairs of the Univ y and...
you have done very right, dear Sir, in not publishing my letter of Apr. 24. I should have had...
I thought I had mentioned to you some time ago that to prevent people’s passing through the...
We have occasion for another bill of exchange to the amount of 3000. D to remit to mr King for...
I have considered maturely the change you propose in the library, and see no advantage in...
Hereto annexed I send you certain resolutions of the Visitors past at their late session, on...
Th: Jefferson incloses to mr Brockenbrough two letters merely because they relate to his...
The capitels are arrived at Boston and now on their way to Richm d the balance due to mr Appleton...
Of the fifty thousand Dollars lately deposited in the Virginia and Farmer’s bank in Richmond to...
I return you the contract with Dinsmore & Nelson which I approve of for the strong reasons...
Your favor of the 28 th came to hand yesterday. the engagements for work, as well as I can state...
The error of account with Giacomo Raggi may easily be corrected if he should return to this...
I was just getting on my horse to see you when some members of Congress arrive and keep me at...
at the end of the 2 d paragraph, after the words, ‘the other half at their delivery of ship...
The marble bases and paving squares are arrived at N.Y. and will be immediately reimbarked thence...
A n Estimate of the income and expences of the University from Jan. 1. to Dec. 31. 1823. 1823....
Your letter of the 7 th was recieved in due time. mr Perry is entitled to what we agreed to, not...
I inclose you the Certificate requested for mr Chamberlaine. the last estimate by the Visitors...
When in conversation with you yesterday, I omitted to recommend what I had intended, that is,...
I inclose you the Report rendered by mr Gilmer to the Visitors on his return, together with the...
The bearer mr Sully, a celebrated Portrait painter of Philadelphia calls to see the University,...
I met mr Oldham yesterday on my return from the University, and he delivered his complaints for...
The Collector of Boston has forwarded to me the inclosed papers, which belonging to the account...
M r Dinsmore consulted me yesterday on the entablature of the Rotunda & of it’s windows. I...
I am now engaged in preparing a general view of the state of our finances on the 1 st day of...
M r Whitwell the Architect employed to direct mr Owen’s works at Harmony & Cap t Macdonald of the...
Gen l Dearborne, Collector of Boston, has advanced the expences on our marble Capitels as follows...
In answer to your letter proposing to permit the lecturing room of the Pavilion N o 1. to be used...
M r Brockenbrough is authorised and desired to execute a bond to John M Perry for 3600. D. 93...
If you think mr Coffee’s prices for the Corinthian ornaments extravagantly high, assuredly they...
I inclose you a statement of the administration of the library fund which is perfectly accurate....
I think a door greatly preferable to a window both as to appearance & use. exactly such as in my...
We the subscribers, acting as a Committee of superintendence under the authority of the Visitors...
The bearer Emanuel J. Miller is a young gentleman from Philadelphia who comes to enter our...
M r Willard undertakes our clock, and, without regard to price, says that it shall be as good a...
The temporary bell should be placed on the ridge of the roof of the Pavilion in which the books...
I ask your attention to the bearer of this mr Miralla a gentleman of S. Americ. I send by him two...
M r Brockenbrough was before desired to remit to Gen l Dearborn Collector of Boston on the marble...
I approve of the position for the stables which you propose, provided it be exactly in the line...
I have just recieved a letter from mr Hollins of Baltimore of the following import ‘The Italians...
I recollect that when at Lynchburg I proposed to mr Gorman to come and engage in our service at...
Be pleased to place in the hands of Col o Bernard Peyton the sum of four thousand dollars to be...
I return you D r Boswell’s letter, as also that of Gowan and Marx of London to mr Gilmer with...
Be so good as to send me 4. of the ground plats of the University, on account of the University...
Th:J. to mr Brockenbrough Palladio’s measures of the Fortuna virilis are not in Modules & minutes...
On Sunday last I recieved a letter from the Governor informing me the balance of the last loan,...
I wrote to you yesterday by the Lynchbg mail which was to leave that place the same evening, and...
In the Report of the Visitors we shall state 1. the number of Students matriculated at the...
The Visitors did not form a board yesterday, three members only attending. I communicated to them...
I now return the deeds and plats of the University lands recieved from you at different times,...