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A meeting of the Rector & Visitors of the University of Virginia was held at the University on 7 th April 1823, at which were present Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Chapman Johnson, George Loyall and Joseph C. Cabell. It was resolved that the Loan of sixty thousand dollars which the President and Directors of the Literary Fund were authorized by an Act of the last General Assembly to make to...
3352Memorandum Books, 1824 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 1. Hhd. exp. 1.D. 4. Do. .50. 4. On settlement of E. Meeks’s acct. the balance due him Dec. 1. 23 when he quitted me was 15.D. which is the sum due to G. W. Nicholas on my assumpsit ante Nov. 3. The state of my notes in the banks was thus.  Dec.  4.  F.’s bk.  3200. qu. omission of 1400. to F. B.
Estimate for 1826. made May 28. 26. Demands which must be met promptly Resources. D Annuity for 1826 15,000 Salaries of 7. Professors @ 1,500 10,500 Rent of 6. Hotels 1,200. Law d o for 6. months 750 Dormitory rent, suppose 164 stud ts @ 8.D. 1,312 Orindary expences of the establmt 3,500
At a meeting of the Visitors of the University of Virginia at the said University on Monday the 3 d of April 1820, present Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Breckenridge, John H. Cocke, and Joseph C. Cabell. Resolved, that the Visitors of the University accede to the loan of $40,000. authorised by a Resolution of the President and Directors of the Literary Fund of 23 d March 1820....
The deposition of Thomas Jefferson taken at his House in the County of Albemarle this second day of May in the year One thousand eight hundred and Twenty five, to be read as evidence in a suit depending in the Supreme Court of law holden for the County of Wythe wherein Esther & Sam who sue in forma pauperis are Plts and Henry Umbarger is Def t agreeable to Notice herewith annexed—The said...
3356Memorandum Books, 1826 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 3. Mary R. pocket money 2.D. hhd. xp. .13. Desired B. Peyton to remit 20.D. to Harrison Hall for the Portfolio to the end of the current year, and wrote to Hall to discontinue my sbscrption. after that. 4. Hhd. xp. .50 ink .25. 8. Sewers 1. oysters .75. 10. Hhd. xp. .60. 14.
The Subscriber agrees with m r Jefferson to go Immediately to Charlottsville , & there to work faithfully, upon the Central College at the Rate of five Dollars ⅌ Day & his Diet, found, Knight finds his own Lodging. m r Jefferson to pay Knight , five Dollars ⅌
Know all men by these presents that we Wilson Cary Nicholas, Thomas Jefferson, and Thomas Jefferson Randolph, all of the county of Albemarle are held and firmly bound to the President, Directors and company of the Bank of the United States at Richmond in the sum of forty thousand dollars, to be paid to the said President Directors and company & their successors, their certain attorney or...
State of the funds of the University Jan. 1. 1825. Due on Annuity of 1823 800 Debt from the Library fund 6,000 Debts due to individuals 6,144. Annuity 15,000 To be remitted to Italy for capitals, bases, pavem t 3,000. Bank loan on credit of arrearages of sbscrpt ns 5,000 Ordinary current expences of the year 3,500. Residuum of sperate arrearages (3426) ½ y s
At a meeting of the Visitors of the University of Virginia by special call on Thursday the 29 th of November 1821. at the University, two members only attending, towit Thomas Jefferson and Chapman Johnson, they adjourned to the next day. November 30. present Thomas Jefferson, Chapman Johnson, James Madison & John Hartwell Cocke. The board being informed that of the 60,000. D. permitted to be...
Annual income of the University D The Annuity 15,000. Rent of 6. Hotels @ 150.D. each 900. of 100. dormitories @ 16.D 1,600. of 9. d o smaller @ 12.D 108. University rent on 218.D. @ 12.D. each 2,616 20,224. Annual expences D Bursar’s commission on 20,244.D. 202.24 Proctor’s salary
At a meeting of the Visitors &c. held at Charlottesville 7. Oct: 1817. On information of the amount of the subscriptions to the Central College, known to be made, and others understood to be so, the board resolves, that the Pavilion now erecting be completed as heretofore directed, with the 20. dormitories attached to it, and that two other pavilions be contracted for and executed the next...
At a called meeting of the Visitors of the Central College, held at the House of Mr. Madison in Orange, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, John Hartwell Cocke, and Joseph C. Cabell, being present: The plan of the first Pavilion to be erected, and the proceedings thereupon, having been stated and agreed to— It is agreed that application be made to Doctor Knox of Baltimore to accept the...