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We reced. your favr. of the 23rd Inst. by the mail of yesterday enclosing Check on the Farmers Bank of Virginia for thirty two Dollars twenty five cents, which will balance your Acct. with us up to this time your Obt Serts RC ( DLC ). Docketed by JM . Letter not found. Partners Richard C. Wortham and Sublett McGruder carried on a wholesale grocery and commission business under the name of...
Permit me to introduce to you my son Doctor Edward Alexander. Being on his return to Baltimore, in the vicinity of which he resides, and expecting to pass by Monticello, he expressed a wish to call and pay his respects to you. The seasons have been very unfavorable to us in this part of the State the present year: our wheat crop so much injured by Fly and rust as to be scarcely merchantable,...
D r Dunglison’s letter herein inclosed will sufficiently explain it’s object. the University of Virga in which he is Professor of anatomy and medicine being a new instn, as yet unprovided with what is necessary for it, he has supposed he could so far rely on your frdshp as to engage you to procure for it the Anatomical articles of which he gives a list in the inclosed letter. joining him in...
After the most deliberate review of the arguments for and against my acceptance of the Chair in the University, which has been lately offered to me, I still retain the opinion, with which I left Monticello, and must decline the invitation. It is not without great reluctance that I determine on a course in anywise thwarting your views, touching an institution, in which you have taken so warm an...
On the 30 th of June I took the liberty of addressing to you a letter requesting your kind aid to the University of Virginia so far as to permit yourself to be made the depository of a sum of 6300. D. or 1350. £ sterl to be called for by mr Barlow of Woolwich, in the manner and for the purposes therein stated; for which sum I inclosed you a bill of exchange; and in the same letter I mentioned...
I now dispatch one of the youths I had some time ago the honour to mention to you, whose qualifications are less extended than those of the other two , but whose preparations for movement are more foward. His name is Robert Wallace, & his birth place the county of King George—though I know not that it is important to say, “to whom ( he is ) related, or by whom begot.” His age exceeds 16...
The bearer of this M r George W Turner being called to Charlottesville as a witness, I avail my self of the opportunity of his calling on you, with your notes to Mr Yancey which he has assigned to me, for the purpose of consolidating them to which I hope you will have no objections, should it be inconvenient for you at this time to take them in— MHi .
In looking over your notes to me for my services in superintending your plantations in Bedford, I find that they are made to carry interest from April, Instead of the first Jan y you know, that the year ended the last of December and I always thought, (although I did not expect to receive the money till the crops were sold), that I was entitled to Interest after my year exspired, but should...