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I contracted with Mr Philip Sturtevant for the carving of the Composite Capitals for the library...
I have been called on by the professors for smoke houses, wood yards &c, but from the present...
I have just recd. the inclosed letter, with the notice it refers to, which I have duly...
I inclose by Mr. Loren 2 letters which he has just handed to me. They explain his object, & the...
It has been decided by the Visitors of the Univy. that Mr. Gray & Mr Chapman whose hotels were...
I concur with General Cocke in opinion that Mr Mathews may, with the approbation of the Faculty...
I beg leave to call to your recollection the following subjects—vz. Shall contracts be made for...
I have recd. yours of the 21st. and return the paper enclosed in it. As the packages are for the...
I have recd. your letter of the 25th. As the Report of the Visitors to the General Assembly will...
I have received your letter of the 19th. inst: For an answer, I refer to the communication you...
Total Number of Students during the Session of 1827.8.———131— I recd. a letter from Mr Trist pr...
Understanding that notice has been given to all the Hotel-Keepers except Mr Minor that their...
I have recd. your letter of the 7th. on the subject of the Books Maps &c assigned to the Uny. by...
As the time for the meeting of the Visitors will soon be here, arrangements must be made for...
I have recd. yours of the 17th. communicating your obliging views for the accomodation of the...
I have just recd. a letter from Dr. Patterson, saying that he accepts the professorship of Nat:...
At the approaching meeting of the Visitors may I ask the favor of you & Mrs Madison to make my...
Be so good as to send me for the Report becoming due to the Legislature the annual accounts of...
I have recd yrs. of 22. If Majr Spotsd. persists in his passion of resigning, & the right to...
After the resignation of Major Spottswood I appointed Mr John N Rose Hotel Keeper. But as Mr Rose...
May I ask the favor of your advise, how to act on the subject of the board of the Students in...
I have recd. yours of the 10th. inst. As you can judge better probably than I can of the rule...
I have recd. your two letters of Apl. 29 & 30; and return the paper inclosed in the latter, which...
As the time is near at hand for the meeting of the Visitors, permit me to apprize you of the...
I have just recd yours of June 29[h]; and am much obligd by your considerate provision of...
My anxiety to get the Rotunda portico finished induced me to make the purchase of a Stone cutter,...
I have recd. your letter of the 12th. but none yet from Mr. Randolph Being not a judge of...
This [will] be handed to you by [James] To[dd from] Philada. who intends to enter himself a...
The late very extraordinary, harsh, cruel and unjust proceedings of the Visitors towards me...
A paper was put into my hands a few days since desiring me to make two distinct proposals...
This letter will be delivered to you by M r Arthur Brockenbrough , who I anxiously hope you will...
I take the liberty to introduce to you the bearer, M r Arthur S: Brockenbrough . He goes up to...
I expected to have had the pleasure of delivering the enclosed letters in person, but unexpected...
I have recieved a letter from Philadelphia which very much affects our arrangements for this...
I have great pleasure in informing you that mr Ware is arrived. he tells me he was arrested by...
Will you do me the favor if not attended with too much inconvenience to send me down this evening...
As it is but lately concluded to commence the Eastern range of pavilions, I h & Dormitories I...
I must again trouble you on the subject of the University — In making the contracts for the brick...
Your letter of the 7 th was recieved in due time. mr Perry is entitled to what we agreed to, not...
Will you be so good as to drop me a line the moment the Philadelphia workmen arrive, informing me...
I have rec d your letter of the 27 th and shall attend to the contents— M r Ware writes me from...
Our two Italian Sculptors arrived at Charlottesville the evening before last and we have to make...
Your two letters p r the last mail is this moment rec d (5 OClock P.M) the one enclosing a Df t...
I have been detained by the indisposition of one of my grandaughters who was to accompany me. she...
Your favor is handed by your servant, the remitance of 45 Dollars to M r Perkins of Baltimore...
I have just recieved a letter from mr Hollins of Baltimore of the following import    ‘The...
I wrote to you yesterday by the Lynchbg mail which was to leave that place the same evening, and...
Your two favors of the 28 h and 29 h have both followd me to Richmond where I am endeavouring to...
Th Jefferson incloses to mr Brockenbrough two letters merely because they relate to his...
I arrived here on the 25 h with my family and as M r Perry will not give up the house yet I am...