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Mr Ticknor & mr Webster, both of whom are well known personally to you, intending to make a visit...
In reply to your letter of the 7 th instant received to day, I have the honor to state that, in...
You will I hope Sir pardon the liberty I here take, in requesting information from your self...
When shall we get our roses for the Rotunda? the whole scaffolding of the building is obliged to...
I yesterday rec d a letter from mr Thompson Collector of N.Y informing me of the arrival there of...
I received, by the Schooner Franklin, from Dodge & Oxnard, of Marseiles, five cases & one cask of...
I rec d yesterday your favor of Sep. 18. through the Collector of N.Y. with informn that the...
The Happy days I Have past at Monticello Are over; But they Have Left on My Heart an impression...
Hearing that mr Webster & mr Ticknor will call on you, and indeed that their visit is principally...
We have no steward in the establmt of the Universty not meddling with dieting the students,...
I recieved a letter yesterday from mr Thompson Collector of N. York informing me that he had rec...
I rec d yesterday your favor of Dec. 1. informing me that you had rec d & forwarded for me to Col...
I received your letter of the 4 th instant, previous to which D r Blatterman & family & M r...