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You will recollect that I formerly troubled you on the subject of a proper course to be...
I have not written to you for a long time, because I am aware of the burthen of your extensive...
my letter to you respecting Williamsburgh was put in the post before I rec d yours . The...
I have seen two persons as teachers of the Classics neither of whom will suit. I have twice...
I recieved yesterday evening your’s of the 15 16 th inst. by which I percieve mine of the 1 st...
I regret that it is not in my power to visit you this Season. I am not only busy preparing for my...
Our letters have been very unfortunate in the length of their passage. mine of Sep. 1. appears to...
I feel myself much flattered by the kind offer of the Visitors of the College near Charlotte’s...
I have been in daily expectation of a letter from you, but I presume the necessity of previously...
I suspect my letters have been strangely delayed. I wrote at least three weeks ago about M r...
On receipt of the inclosed letter I wrote to Mr Jefferson saying that I did not wish to go to...
My long and frequent visits to this place make me a very inexact correspondent. your letter of...
Your letter of the 25 Nov. arrived here to day. Your letter mentioning that the apartments and...
I have written to you to Poplar Grove , stating my acceptance of the Chairs of Chemistry & its...
I wrote to you on the 25 th of Nov. from Poplar Forest from whence I returned but a few days ago,...
Last night at 8 o’Clock died our friend D r Caspar Wistar aged 56. The vacancy occasioned by his...
Your letter of Jan. 23. is recieved with real affliction. I sincerely lament the loss of D r...
I feel myself greatly obliged and much gratified by the kind and liberal conduct of the Governors...
Our legislature has appropriated 15,000 D. a year for an University, & taken measures for fixing...
I wrote to you yesterday , since which it has occurred to me that you can render us a great...
I received your letter yesterday. For the present I am bound here. The friends who exert...
D r Coxe ’s election comes on the first Tuesday of next month. They talk of deferring the...
SYLLABUS Of the Lectures of Thomas Cooper , Esq. M. D. as Professor of Geology and Mineralogy in...
A meeting of Comm rs to agree on & recommend to the legislature a site for their University was...
Our election for the chemical chair comes on the first day of September . The issue is uncertain....
I write now in reply to yours from the warm Springs, of the 7 th Instant . D r Patterson is not...
M r Hare was elected to the chemical Chair of this University to day: Hare 10. Cooper 7....
W d it not be well to get some thing like the inclosed inserted in the papers of Virginia ,...
M. Correa and I will set out about the 16 th . He will have to stay 2 or 3 days in Washington :...
Your letters of Aug. 26. Sep. 1. 2. 3. were recieved yesterday evening. I returned from the warm...
I am very sorry to hear of your weak state of health, but I hope to find you better by the...
I put in writing what I have to observe, respecting the College at Charlottesville , because I...
Before answering the queries stated in your letter of this yester day, I must premise that...
I was a little surprized yesterday, when M. Correa congratulated me on having agreed to come to...
I received a printed copy of your report , for which I thank you. It will serve to furnish more...
M r Richardson had left us about an hour when I recieve d information from Richmond that the...
M r Richardson has not yet returned. I received y r friendly letter, but I see by the act, that...
After the passage by our legislature of the act for establishing their University at the Central...
I have inserted the advertisement in the Democratic Press, and shall also insert it in Poulson’s...
On the 29 th ult. (the day appointed) we had a full meeting of the Visitors of the University. it...
M r Leschot of Charlottesville going on to Philadelphia, we charge him with a sum of money,...
When you wrote to me concerning the advertisements and the Stoves, I was greatly oppressed with a...
M. Leshot found me yet confined to my bed; he gave me 125 Dlrs, and by the time he returns from...
M r Ware is absent from Philadelphia I find, in order to take the benefit of the Insolvent Law in...
M r John Vaughan as I am not yet able to walk about has undertaken to buy the Stoves and see them...
Mr Vaughan has written to you that he will see to the stoves & have them duly shipped. When I...
Your favor of June 21. is recieved, and I have exhibited the different designs for our seal to...
M r Binns informs me he has sent you a copy of his Declaration of Independance; finished, except...
I wrote to you at the Bedford Springs of this State, supposing from what I saw in the newspapers,...
I wrote to you to Bedford Virginia, and since to Montecello. The castings were shipped about six...