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I wrote to you on the 1 st inst. and having rec d no answer I am afraid my lre has miscarried. it proposed to your acceptance the professorship of law in our University. it was lengthy going into a minute detail of all the circumstances which might weigh with you in making up your mind on the acceptance, I can now add another circumstances as a matter of fact, that one of our Professors is now...
Knowing the deep & truly paternal interest which you take in the improvement & future prospects of your Grand Children, will you permit me to tender to Lewis, thro’ yourself, my attentions to his studies during the Vacation of about four weeks which commences tomorrow. It will give me pleasure to meet him at my house every Morning at 8 O’clock & to receive from him such recitations as he may...
I have duly received your favor of the 11 th with the catalogue it covered, and which I now return. as soon as funds for the procuring a library for the University were put into the hands of the Visitors we took up the subject and concluded that having formed a catalogue of what was requisite for us, we would employ an agent to make the purchases. we accordingly engaged mr Hilliard, of the...
I am quite at a loss how to write to D r Greenhow. I have examined his whole correspondence and do not find that he has spoken of an injection shewing the vessels of the head, ready to be sent. I inclose you his last letter and must await your advice what to call for from him. you will observe that he has probably given orders for the Plaister Cranium to be sent on from Philadelphia. altho he...
I lately had a letter from my relative T. W. Maury with a most pleasing report of the continuance of your excellent health, which indeed is gratifying: long may it be so! my own still is such that my daily habit of plunging into Cold Water agreed with me perfectly last winter, for which blessing I endeavor to be duly thankful. I have perused with much feeling the particulars of General La...
Mr. Thomas Grafton Addiron junr. having a wish to be employed in the public service has requested a letter of introduction to you. I have not the pleasure of a personal acquaintance with Mr. Addiron, but am assured from a very respectable source “that he is a very correct young man in his moral character;” his family connections are highly respectable. With great respect, I am, / Dr. Sir, your...