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On sunday evening preceding our last Court, I rode up to Lovingston to meet the undertakers from...
Your circular, on the subject of the law professor has been received, and we have had a meeting...
Your note of this morning has this moment been received by Gen l Cocke & myself. The association...
The Legislature being on the eve of adjournment, & all the business of my district, & indeed of...
M r Brokenbrough left this for Gen l Cocke’s yesterday morning. It seems that he cannot establish...
I have the pleasing satisfaction to inform you that the University Bill passed yesterday, not...
Yours of 22 d covering your bill is received, & I beg you to accept my most heartfelt thanks. I...
I have not deemed it necessary to write you in reply to your letter relative to the charter of W...
I have had a good hunt for among my papers for Main ’s recipe for the preparation of Haws: and at...
The select committee of the House of Delegates on the subject of the university has just had a...