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One of those troublesome ailments to which I have lately been so subject, is again infesting me...
The catalogue you sent me is the one to which I alluded, but as there will be a meeting of the...
Mr Jefferson will be pleased to take six grains of Rhubarb with fifteen of Magnesia , every other...
The inclosed memorial has been this morning handed in to the Faculty, but as they conceive that...
The Faculty are at a loss whether you are desirous or not that the whole of the Regulations of...
I know not how to express the gratification which I feel, at the subsidence of your troublesome...
I am requested, by the Faculty of the University of Virginia, to lay before you the following...
When I had the pleasure of seeing you yesterday, it escaped my memory to beg of you an inspection...
An abscess, occasioned by the rays of the Sun powerfully heating my Saddle, has prevented me from...
I do not recollect the compromise to which you allude in your letter of yesterday—I well...
I have the honor to inform you that myself, and colleagues arrived here, this evening, after a...
When I requested the catalogues from you, I was not the least aware, that the Boxes, in the...
The Undersigned respectfully suggests to the Rector and Visitors of the University the propriety...