Montpr. Nov. 18. 1830
I recd. yesterday your letter inclosing the Bills of Exchange for Messrs. Nicklin & Johnson, and gave them immediately the proper destination in the compleated form.
The approach of the day when the annual Report of the Visitors for the Genl. Assembly is to be made, will apologize for my reminding you of the request that you would soon follow the example of your Predecessor in the Secretaryship, in preparing, for the Rector the usual Document with its appurtenances. I took the liberty of asking this favor of you because the proceedings to be Reported, belonged to your official period. But I doubt not that your Successor will obligingly share in the task I am imposing. With great & cordial esteem