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I am glad to learn from your letter of the 26th. Inst. that your troublesome complaint is, at the...
It is my intention to quit this place, to which I shall ever be attached by many tender...
My friend Dr Patterson & myself have arranged our University matters in such sort as to be able...
I have this day received a Communication from the Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the...
"Professor Davis begs of me to express to you officially his desire to occupy my Pavilion &...
Mr Trist requested me to forward to you the accompanying Treatise on Cholera by the delegates,...
Will you do me the favor to accept of the inclosed selfpointing pencil, the lead of which you...
The last accounts from Montpellier not representing you as in perfect health, I shall endeavour...
A person of the name of Brooks—an artist, who is exercising his Profession at Charlottesville and...
A Letter has been received recently from Mr Long, in which, I regret to say, it is stated, that...
In my last letter to you it completely escaped me to mention to you, by request of Mr Davis,...
Some months ago, the Trustees of the [ ] University, established at Cincinnati, tendered me the...
Mr. Willis has, I regret to say, incurred our most severe punishment. He was intoxicated on the...
I regret to be compelled to trouble you so frequently on business, and assure you that I shall do...
I think it would be important to the University, that we should have a list of the officers and...
I have the pleasure to inclose you the letters of Messrs. Brown & Long, which you were so...
I have received the inclosed letter from a respectable firm in Boston, and feel disposed to...
Some few of the Students, who are their own Guardians, have received permission from the...
Report to the Board of Visitors of the University of Virginia, by the Chairman of the Faculty....
I have been expecting to have the honor of receiving a letter from you advising what course...
I regret to see in the Enquirer of the 17th the charges of some anonymous Correspondent against...
It* will keep the University of Virginia perpetually before the public, and it will diminish the...
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 22d. of December: and I will...
I duly received your letter of the 18th. Inst. with the Morning Chronicles for which you will be...
When I had the pleasure of visiting Montpellier last year, I promised Mr. Payne to send him some...
I am requested by the Faculty to lay the inclosed letter before you, and to state that the...
The Undersigned have the honor to request the attention of the Visitors to the following subject:...
The Committee to whom the Revision of the Laws was entrusted, with the Approbation of the...
In answer to your kind Communication of the 27th. I have to express my regret that my visit to...
Mrs Dunglison and myself have been for some time anxious to avail ourselves of the kind...
The Undersigned respectfully suggests to the Rector and Visitors of the University the propriety...
Mr. St. Aubyn —the son of an English Baronet, and Mr. Hallam, both from Cambridge England, being...
Dr Dunglison presents his respectful salutations to Mr. Madison, & would wish the Servant with...