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M r Coolidge having mentioned to me in conversation the measures you had taken not long since to enlarge and establish a correspondence in the different countries of Europe in the book-selling line, it occurred to me that it might be convenient to our University and of some profit to yourselves were you to establish a branch of your business with us on a small scale at first, enlarging it...
In the catalogue you were so kind as to send me some time ago of your books on hand, was named Walton’s Biblia Polyglotta London edition 1657. 6. v. fol with Castell’s Lexacon Heptagllotton Lond. 1669. 2. vol. fol. price of both books 85.D. ‘well bound and in excellent order.’ if these books are unsold I will take them for the Univ ty of Virginia. on a line of information from you that they...
We had hoped to have opened our University on the 1 st of Feb. but as yet only two of our Professors are in place, those of antient and modern languages. three, who were engaged abroad, have for some time been hourly expected, and, on their arrival, those engaged at home will repair to their stations also and the institution be opened. the exact day depends therefore on the arrival of the...
I wrote to you three days ago, inclosing the catalogues for our schools of Ant t & modern languages and antient & modern history. but it did not occur to me then that I might go somewhat further towards enabling you to begin to prepare a supply for us. the Professor of Law is not yet in place; and altho’ I cannot give you a full catalogue of what his school will call for, I can give a part...
In your letter of Jan. 25. you ask if it might not be better for you to employ an Agent to sell the books you might send on, until you see how the prospect and whether I could recommend one? I am not sufficiently acquai nted with the men of business in Charlottesville to recommend one on my own knolege. but I have advised with a friend who knows every one well, and on whose judgment I can rely...
my last to you was of Nov. 4. yours since rec d are of Oct. 7. Nov. 14. Dec 10. Jan. 26. Feb. 11. the invoices rec d are from Article 243. to 1273. contained in boxes N o 7. to 21. which of these boxes particularly are come to hand I cannot say, having been prevented by my health from going to the University more than 2. or 3. times in as many months. the great default in my correspondence...
Since my last of the 9 th I have recieved representations from the faculty of our Professors, on the subject of the annual importations of the Periodicals desired by the Visitors. they say that to answer their views it is indispensable that they should come at shorter intervals, quarterly, for example, at least. I must therefore correct the request in that letter, and pray you to direct your...
As you are occasionally sending supplies of books to your store here, I am in hopes it may not be inconvenient to supply a private application, and in that confidence request you, with your next parcel, to send me on my particular account those below mentioned. if there has not yet been an 8 vo edition of Turner published, I would rather wait than have a 4 to one. I hope our book room and...