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I can not refrain from addressing a few congratulatory lines, on the occasion of your Son, being...
The people of Europe seem still to think that America is a mere garden plat, and that whatever is...
It was my intention to have delay’d writing to you—till the great die was cast—but perusing Dr...
Holding a correspondence with you for the on various subjects for upwards of 45 years; it is...
Mr. Cabell’s last letter to me, of Feb. 11. says that if the Professors do not arrive before the...
The people of Europe seem still to think that America is a mere garden plat, and that whatever is...
My colleagues Visitors of the University now in Richmond have sent me the inclosed pamphlet as...
Your two letters of Jan. 31. and Feb. 4. were received in due time. with the former came safely...
M r Cabell’s last letter to me of Feb. 11. says that if the Professors do not arrive before the...
I have the pleasure to announce to you the safe arrival of the Competitor, in James River, with...