Bremo. Nov. 24. 1828
I have recd. yours this day inclosing Monsr. Fer[ron’s] letter. Yours containing Professor Lomaxs communication came duly to hand, & has been acted upon. I informed Prof. L. that I could see no objection to "his occupying as heretofore, the hours of the Medical School, as long as in the opinion of the Faculty no inconvenience was likely to result from the change"
I shall refer Monsr. Ferrons case to the decision of the Faculty—With sentiments of high respect & Esteem I am Sir—your obedt. Servt.
John H. Cocke sen.
RC (ViU). Docketed by JM.