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I have recieved a letter from Philadelphia which very much affects our arrangements for this...
I have great pleasure in informing you that mr Ware is arrived. he tells me he was arrested by...
As it is but lately concluded to commence the Eastern range of pavilions, & Dormitories I have...
Your letter of the 7 th was recieved in due time. mr Perry is entitled to what we agreed to, not...
Will you be so good as to drop me a line the moment the Philadelphia workmen arrive, informing me...
Our two Italian Sculptors arrived at Charlottesville the evening before last and we have to make...
I have been detained by the indisposition of one of my grandaughters who was to accompany me. she...
I have just recieved a letter from mr Hollins of Baltimore of the following import ‘The Italians...
I wrote to you yesterday by the Lynchbg mail which was to leave that place the same evening, and...
Th: Jefferson incloses to mr Brockenbrough two letters merely because they relate to his...
I inclose you a letter recommending a mr James Wade of Lynchburg for the conducting water to the...
Your favor of the 28 th came to hand yesterday. the engagements for work, as well as I can state...
We the subscribers, acting as a Committee of superintendence under the authority of the Visitors...
I think the raising the windows above the floor will be proper for the reason you mention. with...
Th:J. to mr Brockenbrough Palladio’s measures of the Fortuna virilis are not in Modules & minutes...
The bearer mr Sully, a celebrated Portrait painter of Philadelphia calls to see the University,...
It is near 2. months since I made a remittance for some Roman cement to mr Coffee, supposing him...
I met mr Oldham yesterday on my return from the University, and he delivered his complaints for...
I have recieved your favor of yesterday, and should really think that as we have no such...
Rece d of the Proctor of the University of Virginia his Df t on the Bursar for One hundred and...
Dec. 9. answ d that we had no authority to borrow until the annuity payable Jan. 1. is exhausted;...
On Sunday last I recieved a letter from the Governor informing me the balance of the last loan,...
I transcribe for your information a resolution of the Visitors of the University entered into at...
The error of account with Giacomo Raggi may easily be corrected if he should return to this...
In inclose you a letter recieved yesterday from our engraver in New York. I shall write to Col o...
I recollect that when at Lynchburg I proposed to mr Gorman to come and engage in our service at...
I return you the contract with Dinsmore & Nelson which I approve of for the strong reasons...
I now return you your papers in the case of mr Coffee. I have maturely considered them and send...
annexed I give you a copy of a letter I have rec d from mr Oldam s pecifying the charges he means...
M r Dinsmore consulted me yesterday on the entablature of the Rotunda & of it’s windows. I...
After opening 3. of my boxes of ornaments I found the one containing the missing ox-skulls E t c...
I mentioned to you yesterday the ill effect of the acute angles in the passage of the Rotunda. I...
I ask your attention to the bearer of this mr Miralla a gentleman of S. Americ. I send by him two...
I have but recently discovered that in my drawing of the Library room of the Rotunda, I have...
I think a door greatly preferable to a window both as to appearance & use. exactly such as in my...
I made a rough draught of a Contract with M r Raggi for the 10. bases & 2. half bases, and sent...
at the end of the 2 d paragraph, after the words, ‘the other half at their delivery of ship...
I find that Raggi, having failed to sell his articles of Alabaster & marble is unable to pay his...
I now return the deeds and plats of the University lands recieved from you at different times,...
I inclose you Oldham’s letter. the settlement of his and Nielson’s acc ts I leave to yourself...
Be pleased to place in the hands of Col o Bernard Peyton the sum of four thousand dollars to be...
I think we should hire as many hands for the next as we did for the current year. there is a...
The bearers mr Ralston of Philadelphia, and Cap t Chapman, travellers of great respectability,...
Th: Jefferson asks from mr Brockenbrough the favor of 1200. bricks, all clinkers, and if he can...
A n Estimate of the income and expences of the University from Jan. 1. to Dec. 31. 1823. 1823....
I have considered maturely the change you propose in the library, and see no advantage in...
Be so good as to send me 4. of the ground plats of the University, on account of the University...
My last ride to the University and return without getting off of my horse, with the heat of the...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Brockenbrough to send him four copies of the Rockfish report...
I think that the form of Articles of agreement will be much better than that of Bonds for the...