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I thank you for the use of the enclosed papers, which I have copied, and now commit to the first...
My servant comes down to M r Minor’s on business relative to my farm, and I profit of the...
M r Brokenbrough left this for Gen l Cocke ’s on yesterday morning. It seems that he cannot...
On the next page you will find the vote of the Senate on the passage of your bill. Of the four...
I forgot to leave with you, as I intended, a little book, called the Oxford & Cambridge Guide. It...
You have no doubt already been informed of the arrival of the three additional Professors at this...
On the 19 th ins t the University Bill passed the House of Delegates , only 28 members voting...
Since the date of my last I have been enabled to settle my opinions as to the course which we...
Your favor of 4th ins t has arrived, and has been read with the greatest interest by myself & the...
I arrived here on the 30 th ult: and took my seat in the senate on 31 st . My general health is...
I thank you sincerely for your three letters of 19 th 22 d & 23 d ins t all of which I have shewn...
I wrote you on this day week relative to our views & movements as to the University to that date....
I return you the enclosed paper calling a meeting of the Visitors of the University, having...
My plan was to leave the City to-day, so as to get to Monticello on saturday. But finding I...
Your favor of 1 st ins t has been duly received, and I thank you for the information it contains....
I thank you sincerely for your favor of 11. inst. I have but little time now to answer you. I am...
I presume you have already been informed by Col: Randolph of the result of our long continued...
Your favor of 3 d ins t has been duly received, and your requests attended to. Both the letter...
Since I last wrote you the enclosed substitutes to for M r Scott ’s, or the Committee’s bill,...
I thank you sincerely for your letter of Dec: 25 th which I found here on my arrival on 30 th...
The inclosed letter from M r Tucker in reply to mine of which you have a copy, I send for the...
In adverting in a late letter to M r Gilmer’s determination not to accept the Law–Chair, I...
I have received your letter of 31 st ult. and return you many thanks for the kind & friendly...
I am happy to inform you that, since I last wrote you , the Legislature has de repealed the...
I returned on 3 d ins t to my family at this place, after having experienced the mortification of...
I have got thus far on my way home & to the meeting of the Visitors, with the further view of...
On sunday evening preceding our last Court, I rode up to Lovingston to meet the undertakers from...
Your circular, on the subject of the law professor has been received, and we have had a meeting...
Your note of this morning has this moment been received by Gen l Cocke & myself. The association...
The Legislature being on the eve of adjournment, & all the business of my district, & indeed of...