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I beg leave to introduce to your acquaintance, Mr Fournier, an Advocate of the Paris Bar, and his friend Mr D’Orsay, a Gentleman of a respectable family in France, both men of information & such as we like to see—travelling thro’ our Country, whither they have come partly on business, & partly for the acquisition of Knowledge. They are desirous of seeing in you one of those Fathers of our...
Annexed I send for your approval, my check on the President & Directors of the Literary Fund, for Five thousand dollars, part of the annuity to the University of the current year. With my best wishes for your good health, I Remain Dr. Sir most Respectfully Your most Obt. St. RC (DLC) .
Do me the favor to forward the inclosed letter to your brother, left open for your perusal & to accept my friendly salutations. FC (DLC) .
Your letter of Feby. 17—was duly recd. under a cover from your brother in the Senate of the U.S. An examination of the papers of my Father, having furnished no light on the assigt. to him by your Grandfather Saml. Dalton of a share in the Loyal Company, the present agent of the company was written to by my brother Wm. the only acting Exr. of my Father, requesting such information as might be...
It is my painful duty to inform you, that Mr Arthur S. Brockenbrough departed this life, at 1 o’c., today. By this event, the office of Patron of the Students of the University is rendered vacant; and it is provided, by the Enactments, that a vacancy, in this office, "occurring during the recess of the Board, may be filled by appointment under the hands and seals of the Executive Committee,...
I beg leave to send You a copy of a Report of a select Committee of the Senate on the subject of the New Apportionment. The amendment recommended in that report has prevailed in the Senate by the casting vote of the Vice-President. The bill as amended has been referred in the H. R to a Committee of which I am a Member. I am greatly desirous of knowing your Opinion of the principle of this...
Having been employd by Mr French to prosecute his claims for land bounty granted to the officers and soldiers of the Revolution by a recent act of Congress, The within order is enclosed to you at his request. Should there be any papers or vouchers in your possession that would be usefull in authenticating the claims of Mr French, and you can with propriety part with them, you would confer a...
You have my grateful acknowlledgements for your Answers (recd. last fall) to my enquiries upon the U. S. Bank. It was not, nor, will not be made Public. Permit me again to ask your opinion, upon an other subject, of more importance to the People of these States, then the Bank question. I mean the Georgia and Cherik< e> question. Is the decission of the Supreme Court of the U. S. Correct. I...
I received your letter of the 29. ultimo with every wish to attempt a compliance with its request; but for some days past I have been suffering under a bilious attack now confining me to my bed which disqualifies me from mental exertion, as my rheumatism does my hands and fingers from the search into papers which are voluminous and without an index; whilst My recollection affords me no...
I have been intending to write ever since we had the pleasure—a most heartfelt one—of hearing of the favorable turn in your health; but things have crowded upon me in such a way as to make me procrastinate. H. L.’s book reached here yesterday. It is a realization of your apprehensions concerning the consequences that might result from the Charlottesville publication, if proper care were not...