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I am just favored with yours of Ocr. 28. As the intimation to Mr Hilliard will go with more...
I have just recd. the inclosed papers from the University. They give a sad account of the Hotel...
I received last evening yours of the 20th. from Charlottesville. You will not doubt the pleasure...
I concur with Genl. Cocke in opinion that Wm. Mathews may, with the approbation of the Faculty, &...
I recd. yesterday yours of the 6th. and at the same time a letter from Mr. Matthews on the same...
I have recd. from Mr Key the tender of his resignation as authorized by the resolution of the...
I think its proper to inclose you a copy of my letter to Mr. Gallatin, not merely for your...
Since my return home, I have received the letter from Mr. Gallatin of which a copy is enclosed....
Your letter of Aug. 29. happened not to reach me in time to be answered by the last mail. The...
Yours of the 12 inst: came duly to hand; and I have just recd. two letters from Mr. Johnston of...
I have just recd. a letter from Mr Johnson of Octr 29. in which he wishes, if the appointment of...
I recd. this morning, the inclosed letter brought from Mr. Hilliard’s Storekeeper. I apprized him...
I have just recd. yours of the 15. I have heard nothing further from Mr Johnson, and his expected...
Mr Jesse B. Harrison of Lynchburg offers himself as Successor to Mr Long in the Professorship of...
On the rect. of your letter of Novr. 13. proposing for the decision of the Executive Committee...
On the rect. of your letter of the 29th ulto I made up my mind to join the attending Visitors...
The last mail brought me your letter of the 4th. inclosing one from Docr. Jones, with your...
The Proctor has communicated to me certain resolutions of the Faculty, which as he says he has...
I inclose a letter from Mr. Egan covering a letter from Mr. Giles to the Visitors, and copy of a...
Since the rect. of your two letters of Feby. 14 & 23 the former inclosing your notice to Docr....
I recd. yesterday yours of the 29th. ult: inclosing your correspondence with Docr. Jones. It is...
Yours of the 5th. has just come to hand, and embarrasses me a little as to the course by which I...
I have just recd. the enclosed letter with the notice it refers to, which I have duly...
I inclose a letter put into my hands by Professor Lomax, which it may be well to communicate to...
I learn from Mr. Trist that he has communicated with Jones on the subject of Books, and that with...
I inclose a letter just recd. from Professor Lomax. From the view he takes of the case stated, it...
I inclose a letter just recd. from Monsr. Ferron, teacher of fencing in the University, who...
I inclose letters from Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Brockenbrough & Mr. Davis. It appears from the Acct. in...
I have just recd. the inclosed from the Proctor. Should Majr. Spotswood’s resignation be...
I inclose a letter from Docr. Dunglison with my answer to it. Should you concur in the expedient...
I did not learn till a few days ago, that you had sufficiently got over your reported illness at...
I forward herewith a copy of Mr. Monroe’s paper from Mr. Trist. Your two letters from...
I have just recd. from Doctr. Dunglison a letter of which the inclosed is a copy; and I lose no...