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Mr. Charles Sigourney & Lady, a respectable pair in Hartford, Connecticut, the Husband a Son of my old friend in Amsterdam, and the Wife, a very conspicuous literary Lady, have requested a line to you, as they are bound on a journey to the seat of your University—and wish I suppose an apology for visiting Monticello—I have lost your last letter to me, the most consolatory letter I ever...
M r Charles Sigourney & Lady, a respectable pair in Hartford, Connecticut, the Husband a Son of my old friend in Amsterdam, and the Wife, a very conspicuous literary Lady, have requested a line to you, as they are bound on a journey to the seat of your University and wish I suppose an apology for visiting Monticello—I have lost your last letter to me, the most consolatory letter I ever...
Yours of the 16 th is this moment received—The appeal you have made to me on the subject of the $50000, as a Virginian, and a Friend to the university, I feel no vanity in Saying, is justified by my zeal and exertions in promoting by all means within my power the desired result—The instant the law passed the Senate, after having at my instance been taken up out of order without which it would...
Several persons residing here being desirous of having religious worship here on sundays—I have drawn up the enclosed with the view of making some compensation to the preacher or preachers who will serve us. I have thought proper not to take any further steps towards carrying it into effect untill I know whether it meets with your approbation—the lecture room of Pav: N o 1 I suppose could be...