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Can you come and breakfast with us tomorrow morning? I have the papers ready for your inspection,...
Your letter with its enclosures reached Newfolk some days ago, while I was absent; or it would...
Estimate for 1826. made May 28. 26. Demands which must be met promptly Resources. D Annuity for...
On mention being made to me. of the contribution of 5. D required from the Students of Chemistry...
Your favor of the 25 th came to hand yesterday, and I shall be happy to recieve you at the time...
The ensuing Fourth of July being the Semi-centenial Anniversary of the Declaration of American...
My last to you was of the 6 th inst. since which yours of the 8 th is come to hand. the 3. cases...
I have the honor to transmit to you the enclosed Communication from a Committee of the...
You have heretofore known that the ability of the University to meet the necessary expences of a...
Instructions for the government of the Artist in making the Clock for the University of Virginia....
A word to you, my dearest Ellen, under the cover of mr Coolidge’s letter. I address you the less...
I forwarded to shadwell mills, a day or two since, a keg of Tongues & sounds, & a package of dumb...
The subject of your letter of May 20. has attracted more notice certainly than it merited. that...
I regret that it is not in my power to give you the information which you desire. I perceive the...
Your favor of May 31 came safely to hand, covering one from Mess rs Taylor & others a commee of...
I have for some time entertained the hope that your affairs being once wound up, your mind would...
I recieve, Gentlemen, with great thankfulness the Medals you have been pleased to send me,...
To the Committee of arrangement of the Corporn of the city of N.Y. I have to acknolege Gentleman...
I take the liberty to forward to you a copy of a communication to the American Academy on the...
Y r fav r of the 31 st Ult. address d to our M r H. was rec d in due Course M r Hilliard left for...
being very disirous of obtaining some Information relative to the University of Virginia I have...
Not being able to find such a Cask of Sicily Madiera Wine as I liked, concluded to send but ten...
I take the liberty of troubling you with a small commission of enquiry to which I will not add...
Will you be so good as to inform me what arrangements have been made with respect to furnishing...
As chairman of a committee appointed by the citizens of Washington to make arrangements for...
For your kind and consolatory Letter of the 6 th Inst. The style and spirit of its indiction,...
I have seen Mr Willard, and given him your order for a clock and bell: in consequence of my...
No definitive order has been given as to the substitutes for arms for the students attending the...
It was my intention to have called on you this evening, and to have presented in person M r...
I should be glad to know, what I am to make Students coming at this time pay for Dormitory and...
I am upon the eve of my departure for Europe in prosecution of my professional Studies as an...
I recieved your letter on the subject of the Wine per Ship Mandarin. and upon inquiry at the...
I here with send you the Bill of James Oldham against the Rector & myself and my answer to it for...
I do myself the satisfaction of sending a copy of my book—I think I should hardly have ventured...
Enclosed is the bond for the duties on the marble capitals, which has been paid. I regret the...
I have been earnestly engaged in disposing of my concerns in Fredericksburg—that I might comply...
M r Willard undertakes our clock, and, without regard to price, says that it shall be as good a...
Your letter of Feb. 27. came to hand in due time; that of the 15 th inst. was recieved yesterday....
Knowing that all of your pavilions at the university have tin coverings, I write to learn whether...
I would willingly be useful to you in your proposed visit to Europe for improvement in your...
The kind invitation I recieve from you on the part of the citizens of the city of Washington, to...
I have had no information from Dodge & Oxnard but of the time of shipping the wine, the vessel...
Sous les auspices de M M. Constant, Sanderson & Vallue, chefs d’institution de cette ville, je...
SUBSCRIPTION for the AUTHOR OF THE DECLARATION of INDEPENDENCE. Jefferson fund To Daniel W. Coxe...
As M r Lancaster my Son-in-Law & Administrator of M r Derieux decease’d. Is desirous to see all...
A death-bed Adieu. Life’s visions are vanished, it’s dreams are no more. Dear friends of my...
[GRAPHIC IN MANUSCRIPT] could the dead feel any interest in Monuments or other remembrances of...
July 4 th 1826 Thomas Jefferson D r to James Lyle 7.095. Opie Norris assur ce of Higginbotham...
Archer carried my mare down to M r Strange’s to-day, and will get to Bremo to-night on his way...
Several of the students have applied to me for information about the terms on which a diploma in...