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I am glad to learn from your letter of the 26th. Inst. that your troublesome complaint is, at the least, mitigated I do not think it would be advisable, in any other manner, than by the Sulphur Water, to attempt to remove the itching, as I should be afraid, that by any sudden repercussion of the irritation it might be transferred to organs of greater consequence. The internal use of the...
It is my intention to quit this place, to which I shall ever be attached by many tender associations, on the 14th Inst., and I hope to be able to take leave of Mrs. Madison and yourself on that day. Our intention is to proceed to Dr. Terrill’s the same evening, so that our visit can be but short. Brief as it may be, I cannot willingly forego the pleasure of calling at Montpellier before I quit...
My friend Dr Patterson & myself have arranged our University matters in such sort as to be able to pay a hurried visit to his Daughter on the Rappahannock; where we shall pick up Miss Leiper, who will return with us to the University. It is my earnest desire to pay my respects to you, and Dr. Patterson & Miss Leiper will probably accompany me. We shall be at Montpellier on Tuesday the 2d....
I have this day received a Communication from the Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the University of Maryland, informing me, that, at their meeting of the 9th Inst; they had unanimously appointed me Professor of Materia Medica, Therapeutics, Hygiene and Medical Jurisprudence in the Faculty of Physic in that Institution. In laying before you my resignation of the Chair I now hold in the...
"Professor Davis begs of me to express to you officially his desire to occupy my Pavilion & grounds when I leave the University. May I beg of you to let his desire be placed before the Visitors at such time as you may think proper. It will be to my Interest, that he should take possession of it, but this ought not perhaps to be regarded." I have not heard for some time of your state of health:...
Mr Trist requested me to forward to you the accompanying Treatise on Cholera by the delegates, appointed by the French Government to examine into the Disease in Russia & Germany: and he at the same time begged me to ask you to be good enough to forward it to him after you have perused it. It is one of the most unpretending and satisfactory accounts of this Pest which I have seen. If the second...
Will you do me the favor to accept of the inclosed selfpointing pencil, the lead of which you will find in a small compartment at the end—and to believe me, dear Sir, With the greatest respect & esteem, Faithfully yours, RC (DLC) .
The last accounts from Montpellier not representing you as in perfect health, I shall endeavour to visit you on Sunday morning next, when I expect the Stage will deposit me at the Mill. May I request the favor of you to allow a Servant to meet me there. Under anxious hopes of finding you much restored: and with my kindest & most respectful regard to Mrs Madison, believe me, dear Sir, with the...
A person of the name of Brooks—an artist, who is exercising his Profession at Charlottesville and has permission to teach the Students the art of painting in the University, is very desirous of being permitted to take a copy of the portrait of Mr Jefferson by Stuart which, he has heard, you possess. He has requested of me to learn from you whether it would be agreeable to you for him to take...
A Letter has been received recently from Mr Long, in which, I regret to say, it is stated, that after three years of Turbulence, the affairs of the London University seem to be drawing to a Crisis, and that a fortnight will determine whether he still may continue attached to it. In the "Observer" which I send you, you will discover manifest evidence that the affairs of the university are not...