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This [will] be handed to you by [James] To[dd from] Philada. who intends to enter himself a...
I have recd. your letter of the 12th. but none yet from Mr. Randolph Being not a judge of...
I have just recd yours of June 29[h]; and am much obligd by your considerate provision of...
I have recd. your two letters of Apl. 29 & 30; and return the paper inclosed in the latter, which...
I have recd. yours of the 10th. inst. As you can judge better probably than I can of the rule...
I have recd yrs. of 22. If Majr Spotsd. persists in his passion of resigning, & the right to...
Be so good as to send me for the Report becoming due to the Legislature the annual accounts of...
I have just recd. a letter from Dr. Patterson, saying that he accepts the professorship of Nat:...
I have recd. yours of the 17th. communicating your obliging views for the accomodation of the...
I have recd. your letter of the 7th. on the subject of the Books Maps &c assigned to the Uny. by...
Understanding that notice has been given to all the Hotel-Keepers except Mr Minor that their...
I have received your letter of the 19th. inst: For an answer, I refer to the communication you...
I have recd. your letter of the 25th. As the Report of the Visitors to the General Assembly will...
I have recd. yours of the 21st. and return the paper enclosed in it. As the packages are for the...
I concur with General Cocke in opinion that Mr Mathews may, with the approbation of the Faculty...
It has been decided by the Visitors of the Univy. that Mr. Gray & Mr Chapman whose hotels were...
I have just recd. the inclosed letter, with the notice it refers to, which I have duly...
I inclose by Mr. Loren 2 letters which he has just handed to me. They explain his object, & the...
M r Willard undertakes our clock, and, without regard to price, says that it shall be as good a...
Instructions to mr Brockenbrough. 1. Engage mr Broke to come immediately & put another cover of...
When in conversation with you yesterday, I omitted to recommend what I had intended, that is,...
I was just getting on my horse to see you when some members of Congress arrive and keep me at...
I am very glad you have engaged mr Southall to assist us in the affairs of the Univ y and...
I have extracted from the late proceedings of the board of Visitors such articles as require to...
The temporary bell should be placed on the ridge of the roof of the Pavilion in which the books...
I am sorry to Say the Composit Capitals Cant be Cut for 30 Dollars Each as I wrote you, its...
If our last advertisement was printed in hand bills or on letter sheets, I shall be glad of a...
Will you be so good as to set down a Dormitory engagement for the next season for Paul Clay son...
You have truly judged that your letter of the 12 th was not correctly understood, as you intended...
The Visitors did not form a board yesterday, three members only attending. I communicated to them...
M r Whitwell the Architect employed to direct mr Owen’s works at Harmony & Cap t Macdonald of the...
I inclose you some papers from mr Dawson which ought, I presume, to be deposited in your office....
Answers to the enquiries of mr Brockenbrough’s letter of Nov. 11. 25. 1. a smoke house is...
I have received your’s of the 10 h enclosing two checks on the Farmers Bk, and in compliance with...
The Collector of Boston has forwarded to me the inclosed papers, which belonging to the account...
I now return the deeds and plats of the University lands recieved from you at different times,...
I thought I had mentioned to you some time ago that to prevent people’s passing through the...
Raggi called on me yesterday while at dinner with company whom I could not leave to open the...
M r Brockenbrough was before desired to remit to Gen l Dearborn Collector of Boston on the marble...
Gen l Dearborne, Collector of Boston, has advanced the expences on our marble Capitels as follows...
In the Report of the Visitors we shall state 1. the number of Students matriculated at the...
I inclose you a statement of the administration of the library fund which is perfectly accurate....
The capitels are arrived at Boston and now on their way to Richm d the balance due to mr Appleton...
The marble bases and paving squares are arrived at N.Y. and will be immediately reimbarked thence...
I return you D r Boswell’s letter, as also that of Gowan and Marx of London to mr Gilmer with...
If you think mr Coffee’s prices for the Corinthian ornaments extravagantly high, assuredly they...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Brockenbrough to inform him of the date of the remittance of...
We have occasion for another bill of exchange to the amount of 3000. D to remit to mr King for...
The bearer Emanuel J. Miller is a young gentleman from Philadelphia who comes to enter our...
I approve of the position for the stables which you propose, provided it be exactly in the line...