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I have the honor to inform you that myself, and colleagues arrived here, this evening, after a long and tedious passage. We left London on the 27 th of October, and were detained in the British Channel until the 16 th of December. Of the introduction contained in the accompanying letters with which we were politely favored by M r Gilmer, we shall personally avail ourselves, so soon as the...
When I requested the catalogues from you, I was not the least aware, that the Boxes, in the University, could be considered the property of M r Hilliard, but such being the case it would, of course, be the height of imprudence to meddle with them. I regret this the more inasmuch as those who attended my lectures last year will find that we possess no additional advantages this—& the two first...
The Undersigned respectfully suggests to the Rector and Visitors of the University the propriety of instituting some regulations with respect to Graduation in his school. It is true that, as yet, no individual can have passed through such a course of study, in this institution, as to enable him to arrive at the highest honors;—but as the views of the Board of Rector & Visitors have been openly...