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Knowing how constantly you must be fatigued with unavoidable correspondents, I feel a reluctance at adding to your fatigue—while at Washington the last winter I had the pleasure of hearing from you frequently and was rejoiced at hearing of the good share of health you enjoyed . Mr s Dearborn and myself are highly gratified with the prospect of having your charming Grand Daughter in our...
Duty requiring my absence in attendance upon the Convention of our Church for a few days, my school must necessarily be suspended mean while.—The time lost will be supplied during the usual vacation.— Benj n has just finish’d the cube Root, & I propose confining him during the remainder of the Session to the revision of his whole course & further improvement in French.—During my absence, if he...
I have duly rec d and considered your letter proposing to erect a distinct building for the Chemical Laboratory & lecturing room, and with it the plan you have been so kind as to suggest. this appears indeed to contain all the articles called for in such a building, and arranged with great convenience. the proposition however is beyond the powers delegated to me, and there will be no meeting...
The object of the reguln you quote, in yours of the 13 th , against permission to stranger or students to take books from their shelves, was to prevent their being misplaced thro’ carelessness or inattention. it is a rule in all considble libraries because a book misplaced is in fact lost, as nothing but accident or a revision of the whole library book by book can ever find it again. it was to...
Garrett Southall Wood Bonnycastle , — Key Long ViU .