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I send you a mass of reading, and so rapidly does my hand fail me in writing that I can give but...
The anxieties expressed in the inclosed letter are pointed to 3. articles. 1. the size of the...
The law establishing the University requires the Visitors to make a report annually embracing a...
I now return you Ritchie’s letter and your answer. I have read the latter with entire approbation...
I recieved the inclosed letters from the President with a request that after perusal, I would...
I detained the inclosed letters awhile to enable me to write my letter of informn. addnal. to our...
I return you mr. Coxe’s letter which has cost me much time at two or three different attempts to...
I returned from Bedford a week ago, after an absence of 6. weeks, and found here the Palladio ,...
In obedience to the resolution of the visitors of the university at their last session, the...
Every offer of our Law chair has been declined, and a late renewal of pressure on Mr. Gilmer has...
I inclose you a letter recieved last night from mr Cabell containing intersting information as to...
Yours of the 12th. has been duly recieved, and the pamphlet it covered has been sent to mr....
I promised your gardener some seeds which I put under a separate cover and address to you by...
Circular It is with the sincerest regret I inform you that we are likely to be again at default...
My neighbor, friend and physician, Doct r Watkins, being called to Philadelphia, is desirous to...
Not knowing whether you may have obtained mr. Barber’s acceptance in the visit you proposed, I...
The inclosed letter from our antient friend Tenche Coxe came unfortunately to Monticello after I...
With this letter I commit for you to the mail a bundle of seeds, one parcel of which was sent by...
I send you the sequel of Gilmer’s letters recd. since my last to you. Torrey you will see does...
Circular The state of my health renders it perfectly certain that I shall not be able to attend...
Not knowing whether you may have obtained mr Barber’s acceptance in the visit you proposed, I...
I have no doubt you have recieved, as I have done, a letter from D r Morse with a printed...
Circular Chancellor Tucker, Mr Barbour, Judge Carr, as you know had declined accepting the law...
Your favor of Mar. 29. did not come to hand until the 4th. instant. Only mr. Cabell, Genl. Cocke...
Our Colleagues on the legislature have called a meeting of the Visitors for the 4th. of March. I...
I concur with you in the favorable opinion of mr Barber; and altho’ I should prefer Preston, as...
By this day’s mail I forward you ⅓ of a parcel of seeds of the Sea-Kale sent here by Genl. Cock...
The promptitude & success of our subscription paper, now amounting to upwards of 20,000. D. with...
I have attentively read your letter to mr. Wheaton on the question whether at the date of the...
The reciept of the inclosed letter did not give me more pleasure than I feel in communicating it...
M r Dodge, our Consul at Marseilles, wishing to pay his respects to you on his way to Richm d and...
I now return you the letter from mr. Watson whom I met with on the road as mentioned in mine of...
I inclose you a long letter from mr. Cabell and a long answer from myself, not much worth...
I would have accompanied the General to-day but for two reasons, I have not strength, and I...
The anxieties expressed in the inclosed letter are pointed to 3. articles. 1. the size of the...
The belief is so universal that the ensuing legislature will dispose in some way of the...
I am near closing my catalogue, and it is important I should recieve the kindness of your...
We are sadly at a loss here for a Palladio . I had three different editions, but they are at...
In two packages, distinct from this letter, I return you your father ’s meteorological diaries ,...
I promised your gardener some seeds which I put under a separate cover and address to you by...
I inclose you a letter received last night from mr. Cabell containing interesting information as...
Mr. Dodge, our Consul at Marseilles, wishing to pay his respects to you on his way to Richmd. and...
Considering Chr. Tucker’s acceptance as absolutely desperate, the reasons he assigned being of an...
I communicated to you a former part of a correspondence between Judge Johnson of Charleston and...
I recieved yesterday from La Fayette a letter confirming his movements as stated in the Enquirer...
I now return you the letter from mr Watson whom I met with on the road as mentioned in mine of...
I inclose you a letter from mr Cabell and a copy of the bill I prepared and sent him as he...
Our brewing for the use of the present year has been some time over. about the last of Oct. or...
The belief is so universal that the ensuing legislature will dispose in some way of the...
I sincerely congratulate you on your release from incessant labors, corroding anxieties, active...