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In settling some business with M r Garrett to day I find (for the first time I have known it)...
The above statement shows the situation of Funds of the University of Virginia to the 31 st March...
I am sorry I was out of place yesterday when you were here, as I wished to see and take your,...
* The late heavy drafts to pay the freight and other charges on the Marble Bases & Capitels from...
I herewith return you M r Dawsons Sketch Balance Sheet of the Books of the University of Virginia...
Captain Perry wishes to raise about $2000.00 to meet his engagements with a M r Lewis a gentleman...
As M r Gorman is about to commence with the back steps of the Rotunda it is necessary that the...
I send my son and nephew up, with a letter from Col: Peyton for your perusal and to enquire into...
Will you do me the favor if not attended with too much inconvenience to send me down this evening...
I herewith return you the papers left with me after the last meeting of the Visitors with a copy...
You will see from the within, I have brought M r W. J. Coffee down in his charges for his...
I regret exceedingly at being obliged to trouble you so offen about the affairs of this...
Your favor is handed by your servant, the remitance of 45 Dollars to M r Perkins of Baltimore...
Will you be pleased to certify on the enclosed as to M r Tho s Maurys qualifications as a teacher...
An estimate of Officers salaries: hire of Labourers and other expences of the University of V a...
In finishing the Library room of the Rotunda in what way do you propose securing it at the head...
I have not had the last advertisement printed in hand bills or on letter sheets, if you wish it I...
Your two letters p r the last mail is this moment rec d (5 OClock P.M.) the one enclosing a Df t...
Your favor of the 13 th was rec d last night, from the contents of it I presume my letter of the...
Mess rs Dinsmore & Neilson is pressing me very hard for money they want about $4000—by refering...
Since my return from Richmond I have seen a letter from the Postmaster General to M r Winn...
Dr Blaetterman has purchased of M r Raggi his alabaster & Marble ornaments left with me and has...
I have this moment rec d your two favors of the 29 t & 1 st as I was disappointed in geting a...
I enclose you my report of the general state and condition of the University with my estimates of...
I send you Doctor Emmets statement of the value of his apparatus ($500) which he wishes the...
I have a letter from M r Coffee stating his prices for the ornaments for the Corinthian cornice...
I beg leave to suggest the propriety of having a Post Office established here (if it be...
I find by your favor of the 7 t I did not express myself in a way to be unstood by you relative...
Mess rs Thorn & Chamberlain are this day begining to lay the bricks of the attic of the Rotunda;...
I expected to have had the pleasure of delivering the enclosed letters in person, but unexpected...