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Dr Horwitz & myself will do ourselves the pleasure to wait on you tomorrow.— I send you by Lewis another Vol. of the 70—in which you will find more of the Art. wh you want, & to which you are very welcome.— The boys are good boys, & I feel attach’d to them, but the arrangement you propose, will conduce not only to their satisfaction but to their greater improvement—especially as I am situated...
As your Servant departed immediately after delivering the books which you were so good as to have bound for me, the opportunity of acknowledging the receipt of them thro’ him was lost.—I therefore improve the earliest moment since, to return you my sincere thanks for y r politeness & attention, with y e equally sincere assurance of the high additional value wh I set upon them from y e source...
Yours of the 8 th was reivd in due time, & would have been acknowledg’d before this had I not been at a loss what to say in reply to it.—The Note enclos’d is accepted with pleasure & with thanks, but I should do myself injustice, not to add, that the disposition which prompted this act & the very friendly regard which it manifests on your part are more gratifying to my feelings than the sum...
Mr Hatch’s respectful compliments to Mr Jefferson, & is sorry to inform him that a marriage to take place some distance from Town tomorrow Even g will prevent the pleasure of dining with him Tomorrow.— He regrets this the more on account of the long suspension of that friendly intercourse from wh he has already deriv’d no little satisfaction, & which he will improve the earliest opport y to...
I received your note of today & am happy to inform you that considerable interest is felt on the subject of the establishment of a Library amongst us. For myself I am fully convinc’d, that if effected, & then properly manag’d, it must be productive of great good. The meeting to which you allude was notified by the Printer at my suggestion but will be defer’d to next week in consequence of the...
It was not until this morn g that I could procure the Constitution, & in consequence of my engagements I am oblig’d to send it to you in its original rough state.— It has been propos’d to me to call a meeting of the Committee which will probably take place on Wednesdy, at which time, if convenient, I should be glad to receive any suggestions which you will be so good as to communicate. If our...
It seems to be my duty to suspend for a few days the operations of my little School in order to attend the Convention. We shall lose about eight days which I shall require to be return’d by a deduction from the period of vacation sh d I give any—Lewis’ progress is as usual, rapid—Benj n is improving very fast & James has surmounted the greatest obstacles that oppos’d his improvement in Greek....
Our library is status quo . We expect however to have our room (Mr Leschous old abode) fitted up in a few days. We receive some donations occasionally & am about to apply to our City booksellers for propositions.—I thank you for the catalogue, wh will be of much use to us, & as soon as I can command my time, will do myself y e pleasure to call on you with a view to some advice as to y e point...
By a letter which I have just receiv’d from one of the Trustees of our Theological school I am inform’d that a proposition has been made by a part of the Ep. Clergy of Maryland, to unite their influence & funds with ours of Virginia with a view to extending the influence & encreasing the means of the establishment. This subject is to be had under consideration as also the location of the...
By the unexpected arrival of company at our house on Sat y last, I was particularly disappointed in my wishes to see you on several subjects. My letter to our Theo: Trustees did not arrive in time but it has been us’d since, I believe with some effect.—One of the Gent. is expected here in a few weeks.—A temporary location of the school has been made at Alexand a & two professors appointed. Dr...