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At a meeting of the Visitors of the University of Virginia at the said University on Monday the 7th. of October 1822. Present Thomas Jefferson Rector, James Breckenridge, Joseph C. Cabell, John H. Cocke and James Madison. Resolved that the Proctor be instructed to enter into conferences with such skilful and responsible undertakers as he would approve, for the building of the Library, on the...
At a meeting of the Visitors of the University of Virginia, at the University, on monday 2d. of Octr. 1820, present Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Robert B. Taylor, John H. Cocke, and Joseph C. Cabell; The Board proceeded to the consideration of the Annual Report, and not having time to go through with the same, adjourned to tuesday 3d. October. Ms ( ViU : Jefferson Papers, Special...
A special meeting of the Visitors of the University having been called in the month of February to be held on this day Apr. 1. signed by Th: Jefferson, James Madison, Chapman Johnson, Joseph C. Cabell, James Breckenridge & Robert Taylor, and duly notified to John H. Cocke to whom no opportunity had occurred of presenting it for his signature, the sd. Th: Jefferson and James Madison attended...
[page 1] The University of Virginia D r to J. Bohn. 1825 (Books shipped from Hamboro’ in the Mazzinghi. Capt. Rob t West, March 24, care of Bernard Peyton Esq. Richmond) ⃟ U.V.C 10, 11 &12 Gruber über die Bestimmung des Menschen 2 vols 8 o } 5: 6 Spalding über die Bestimmung des Mensching 8 3 —
At a meeting of the Visitors of the University of Virginia at the said University on monday the 3d. of April 1820, present Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Breckenridge, John H. Cocke, and Joseph C. Cabell. Resolved, that the Visitors of the University accede to the loan of $40,000. authorized by a Resolution of the President and Directors of the Literary Fund of 23d. March 1820....
Know all men by these presents that we Thomas Jefferson, rector and James Breckenridge, James Madison, Joseph C. Cabell, John H. Cocke, Chapman Johnson and Robert B. Taylor, visitors of the University of Virginia, are held & firmly bound to the President & Directors of the Literary fund in the sum of 56,200 to the payment whereof well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves and our successors...
At a meeting of the Visitors of the University of Virginia at the said University on Monday the 2d. of April 1821. present Th: Jefferson Rector, James Breckenridge, Chapman Johnson & James Madison. A letter having been recieved by the Rector from Thomas Appleton of Leghorn stating the prices at which the Ionic & Corinthian capitels wanting for the Pavilions of the University may be furnished...
M r Carstairs has politely favoured us with the perusal of a letter from you , requesting a copy of the Carpenter’s Prices, & mentioning your intention to forward to us an order for books the for the College Library.— The Book of Prices which we sent to him, is the latest that has been published in this city, but is, we understand, very incorrect.— Supposing that it may be of assistance to...
“Nothing sells high but land which is kept up to an extravagant price from the particular situation of that article. All the valuable land in the State is either forfeited to Govt or in the hands of individuals who calculate on this situation, & do not expect a sale of the forfeited lands for many years, when they will have disposed of their land, at a high price to the Emigrants to this...
This Indenture tripartite of exchange, bargain and sale made on the 28 th day of March 1818 between Eli Alexander of the one part and Thomas Jefferson of the other, both of the County of Albemarle Witnesseth, that wherein the said Eli hath become seised and possessed by lawful conveyances in fee simple of certain portions of land in the said County of Albemarle , near or adjacent to the town...