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This ‘ Baby ’ of mine, the little Book sent herewith, is truly a very small Book; but thou wilt consider it a portal to a vast edifice, & as I ask thy acceptance of it, made small as it is, as a mark of my most sincere regard. Thou wilt see, by this, what a new & vast field the enterprize of New York is opening to public view: these Canals, minutely traced, 420 odd miles in length, are new...
Here I am Arrived in the fond Expectation to See of Sunday morning, But find myself once more disappointed in my Eagerness to Reach Monticelo; the kindness of our friends on the Road will Make the Journey less Expeditious than I Had intended it, and the Great Business of the elections on Monday Has Coincided with those preparations to make it inconvenient for many to receive us on that day. I...
I herewith return you the papers left with me after the last meeting of the Visitors with a copy of the Proctors account made out since for you to retain—I must beg permission to call your attention to the price fixed on for the board of the students, I fear the low rate of board the first year will have a tendancy to deter those that we should like to engage in it from offering their...
Being absent on my Northern tour; at the close of the last session of my little school; the Account for the tuition of your Grandsons was not sent to you.— I forward it now by way of Memorandum, supposing the subject to have escap’d your recollection, but, wishing you to consult your own convenience as to the pay t .— I am happy to inform you, that the boys are at present doing very well,...
I am to much of a Virginian, & to friendly to the great design on which thou art bestowing thy talents, in the evening of a most illustrious & useful life, that I beg leave to present, for the Library of the Central College, the little Book sent herewith. Though perfectly aware of its dimmintive size, too small for a token of the Author’s regard, especially when offered to such a man as thee,...