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On monday last 1 st instant, the board of Trustees of South Carolina College, at a regular meeting, (usually held here, during the courts of appeal in Law & Chancery, the Judges being Trustees) un an imously determined That it should be proposed to and urged with the Legislature to appoint a Professorship of Geology and Mineralogy, or else a professorship of Law, with a salary of 1000 $ a year...
my sea Kale plants are quite too small to transplant, they are however out of the way of the fly and if the worms dont destroy them I can supply you with as many plants as will make a pretty good bed in the course of ten or twelve days; be pleas’d to offer M rs D s and my respects to M rs Randolph M rs Trist and the young Ladies and accept assurances of my respect and esteem— MHi : Coolidge...
I take the liberty to drop a line to you for the purpose of Informing you that mr Sam l Greenhow, my Dec d bro r departed This life some years ago (1815) That Having the management of his Estate and seeing an advertized letter of the post office for him y r Letter of the 21. last month was handed to me—with a view to your object containd in that letter I have left the form at the...
We are still destind to have further trouble with Spain. It was hoped, that the minister lately arrived, would have terminated every difficulty, but it appears that he has come to act the part of his predecessor,—to make complaints, demand explanations & report them to his government, who may take as many years to conclude another treaty, as they did the last. This minister admits, that there...
Your acceptable favor of June last, reached me safely. The letter which it enclosed for Sir John Philippart, was immediately sent. I beg to say, that whenever you will use my instrumentality towards forwarding your correspondence either with this country or France, opportunities by the route of England being always most frequent, I shall feel honored and gratified. The just epitome of the...
Having terminated my Canal and agricultural Labours, I take the liberty to enclose for your acceptance a work just published comprising a historical Sketch of these objects. DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.