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A. S. Brockenbrough presents his respects to M r Jefferson & begs leave to introduce to his acquaintance M r Whiston of Fredericksburg he has been up viewing the University and has a particular wish of seeing your establishment, as it will probably be the only opportunity he will ever have of seeing it, it being his intention to leave Virginia for the North in a short time CSmH : Jefferson File.
Rec d of M r Thomas Jefferson one hundred & fifty dollars via Machum to be placed to his credit on acc t of his subscription to the central College DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
Dollars For Duty on 18 cases of Marble Capitels Invoiced at 1913.00 10 p Cent addition 191 $2104 Duty on 2104 Dollars 15 p Cent ad valorem $315.60 discount for prompt payment a 4 p C t 9.92 Am t of Duty paid on the Marble } 305.68 imported in 1823 CSmH .
I should be glad to know, what I am to make Students coming at this time pay for Dormitory and University rent—whether a dedication is to be made or whether they are to pay rent as for the whole session—Some Law Students will be coming in soon and I wish to be informed on the subject before they get here, your Opinion as soon as possible is requested CSmH .
Rec d of M r Jefferson seventeen dollars 70 cents for a keg of Nails, Waggonage & a parcel Nails by M r Brooks 9½ ce Nails for M r Jefferson C t 1 Keg Nails 139–11– 15. –9 Keg 25
I have fallen short about 60 sheets of Tin of the quantity wanting, if you will be so good as to loan me that quantity I will return it, as soon as I can get a box from Richmond, by leting it come in your cart that comes for the Cuting machine you will oblige Sir your ob t Sev t CSmH : Jefferson File.
$5000. Sixty days after date, for value recieved, I promise to pay to the order of Thomas Jefferson Rector of the University of Virginia Five thousand dollars, without offset, negociable and payable at the Farmers bank of Virginia. ViU : Thomas Jefferson Papers (Proctor’s Papers).
In settling some business with M r Garrett to day I find (for the first time I have known it) $200— paid to M r Giacomo Raggi which is that am t more than he should have recieved—- In your statement (to M r Garrett) of M r Appletons acc t May 8 h 1822. You state it thus Proceeds of former remittance $1239 .00 to be paid to Giacomo Raggi 200
May I ask the favor of your advise, how to act on the subject of the board of the Students in consiquence of the suspension of the exercises of the schools at the University from the 6th February to the 1st of April—Up to what time should board be required of the Student? In most cases where I have settled since this suspension—I have retained board for the month of February, and only required...
The above statement shows the situation of Funds of the University of Virginia to the 31 st March 1826 without breaking in upon the Annuity or borrowing we can’t possibly get on with the buildings and other expences would it not be practicable to borrow $25,000 by pledging, about $3000 of the annuity to pay the interest and the gradual redemption of the Principal? By the fall if the Buildings...