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I have percieved in some of our Professors a disinclination to the preparing themselves for...
I have percieved in some of our Professors a disinclination to the preparing themselves for...
Mr Wirt declined the offices proposed to him. Mr. Lomax has accepted the Professorship of Law,...
From the preceding enactment for the establishment of a President of the University the...
My Circular was answered by Genl. Breckenridge, approving, as we had done, of the immediate...
My Circular was answered by Gen l Breckenridge, approving, as we had done, of the immediate...
Circular It is with the sincerest regret I inform you that we are likely to be again at default...
I now return you Ritchie’s letter and your answer. I have read the last with entire approbation...
I now return you Ritchie’s letter and your answer. I have read the latter with entire approbation...
I have for some time considered the question of Internal improvemt as desparate. The torrent of...
I have for some time considered the question of Internal improvemt as desparate. the torrent of...
Every thing is going on smoothly at the University. The Students are attending their schools more...
Every thing is going on smoothly at the University. the Students are attending their schools more...
Circular The state of my health renders it perfectly certain that I shall not be able to attend...
Circular Chancellor Tucker, Mr Barbour, Judge Carr, as you know had declined accepting the law...
Every offer of our Law chair has been declined, and a late renewal of pressure on Mr. Gilmer has...
I have received a proposition from Mr. Perry the owner of the lands which separate the two tracts...
Not knowing whether you may have obtained mr. Barber’s acceptance in the visit you proposed, I...
Not knowing whether you may have obtained mr Barber’s acceptance in the visit you proposed, I...
George Tucker accepts, as you know, and will be in place early in April. Emmet accepts and will...
George Tucker accepts, as you know, and will be in place early in April. Emmet accepts and will...
Considering Chr. Tucker’s acceptance as absolutely desperate, the reasons he assigned being of an...
Considering Ch r Tucker’s acceptance as absolutely desperate, the reasons he assigned being of an...
Our Colleagues on the legislature have called a meeting of the Visitors for the 4th. of March. I...
Our Colleagues on the legislature have called a meeting of the Visitors for the 4 th of March. I...
Mr. Cabell’s last letter to me, of Feb. 11. says that if the Professors do not arrive before the...
M r Cabell’s last letter to me of Feb. 11. says that if the Professors do not arrive before the...
I concur with entire satisfaction in your amendment of my resolution, and am peculiarly pleased...
I concur with entire satisfaction in your amendment of my resolution, and am peculiarly pleased...
I concur with you in the favorable opinion of mr. Barber; and altho’ I should prefer Preston, as...
I concur with you in the favorable opinion of mr Barber; and altho’ I should prefer Preston, as...
I inclose you a letter from mr. Cabell and a copy of the bill I prepared and sent him as he...
I inclose you a letter from mr Cabell and a copy of the bill I prepared and sent him as he...
I inclose you a long letter from mr. Cabell and a long answer from myself, not much worth...
I inclose you a long letter from mr Cabell and a long answer from my self, not much work reading,...
I send you the sequel of Gilmer’s letters recd. since my last to you. Torrey you will see does...
I send you the sequel of Gilmer’s letters rec d since my last to you. Torrey you will see does...
I detained the inclosed letters awhile to enable me to write my letter of informn. addnal. to our...
I detained the inclosed letters awhile to enable me to write my letter of informn addnal to our...
Gilmer is arrived in N. York sick of a fever which he has had thro’ the whole voyage of 35. days...
Gilmer is arrived in N. York sick of a fever which he has had thro’ the whole voyage of 35. days...
I would have accompanied the General to-day but for two reasons, I have not strength, and I...
I would have accompanied the General to-day but for two reasons, I have not strength, and I...
I recieved yesterday from La Fayette a letter confirming his movements as stated in the Enquirer...
I recieved yesterday from La Fayette a letter confirming his movements as stated in the Enquirer...
I wished to have communicated to you my letter to Gilmer before I sent it off. But the danger of...
I wished to have communicated to you my letter to Gilmer before I sent it off. but the danger of...
The reciept of the inclosed letter did not give me more pleasure than I feel in communicating it...
The reciept of the inclosed letter did not give me more pleasure than I feel in communicating it...
Within 6. hours after we had all dispersed yesterday to our several homes, the inclosed most...