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A little time before the death of Major Cartwright, he informed me that an agent of yours (a mr Gilmore, I believe—or Gilman) had arrived in this country for the purpose of obtaining certain professors, wanted in the universty, about being established in your state.—Mr G. had sent his letter to Major Cartwright, without giving his own address. owing to this, we had no opportunity of seeing Mr...
The author of the manuscript, which I sent you sometime ago, appears very anxious to know, the result of my communication. I write you a line, therefore, now, praying you to say whether you have received it; and what prospect there may be, in the university for him, or his colleagues. There is a now a prospect of his return to the continent. If you should not have written, before you recieve...
On the 5th of Dec. last I took the liberty of sending you a list of able men (Europeans) who if proper means were used, might be secured as professors, on very advantageous terms, for the university, which has been set up in your state, under your especial countenance. I inclose you a letter, now, to Lafayette, from one of their number. He desires you to read it before it goes to the address....
Yours (with no date), arrived yesterday. Allow me to thank you, for your kindness, in replying so fully. It has enabled me to communicate with mr Rey, in a very satisfactory shape. He was much afraid that his letter, or mine, had miscarried. But I knew your habits—the multitude of your engagements, and attributed the delay, partly to those engagements, and partly to your having no such news to...