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Your letter of the 25 Nov. arrived here to day. Your letter mentioning that the apartments and...
I wrote hastily yesterday for fear of losing the post. But as I believe I am in time to day, I...
I am much obliged to you for your letter. Our town here is crouded with Presbyterian parsons;...
I spent the three months of vacation at this College, in an excursion to various parts of the...
I received a printed copy of your report , for which I thank you. It will serve to furnish more...
I received your letter announcing the prejudices excited among the people by the Clergy, without...
I have the pleasure to inform you that Mr Eppes passed his examination with credit to himself,...
D r Coxe ’s election comes on the first Tuesday of next month. They talk of deferring the...
I congratulate you, on the proper feeling for your long life of meritorious service that seems to...
I sent you last winter two printed copies of the report of the legislative committee on the...
I was exceeding glad to receive one more letter from without expecting it, and I rejoice to find...
I hope you have received about this time, a copy of my tract on Materialism which I ordered to be...
my letter to you respecting Williamsburgh was put in the post before I rec d yours . The...
I am very sorry to hear of your weak state of health, but I hope to find you better by the...
M rs Cooper writes to me that no letter has been received from you since my departure from...
I received and perused with much surprize and regret, your communication of the 15 th Instant,...
I have reflected on the proposal of the board of Visitors. Besides the untoward circumstances...
I send you the history of a College rebellion (an annual case here) which may be put by among the...
M r Richardson has not yet returned. I received y r friendly letter, but I see by the act, that...
Mr Vaughan has written to you that he will see to the stoves & have them duly shipped. When I...
M r Ware is absent from Philadelphia I find, in order to take the benefit of the Insolvent Law in...
I am much obliged by your kind letter, and I would willingly pursue your advice if I could, by...
I write now in reply to yours from the warm Springs, of the 7 th Instant . D r Patterson is not...
I feel myself much flattered by the kind offer of the Visitors of the College near Charlotte’s...
I put in writing what I have to observe, respecting the College at Charlottesville , because I...
Foreseeing an approaching storm, I wrote to you, on the chance of being able to find shelter...
M. Correa and I will set out about the 16 th . He will have to stay 2 or 3 days in Washington :...
I am glad to find from M r Eppes’s information, that the Legislature of Virginia has enabled the...
M r John Vaughan as I am not yet able to walk about has undertaken to buy the Stoves and see them...
I wrote to you at the Bedford Springs of this State, supposing from what I saw in the newspapers,...