History, 1834–1836

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Dec. 15th. & the class have ever till now, considered them selves bound by the engagements I made with you.— When   & called, you set a time that you would  come to & have our agreement committed to  writing, but did not come, some were displeased, I exc used you; some days elapsed & we heard nothing from  you: at length called & you specified another  time that you would come, which is some 2, or 3, weeks  since, the class were again disappointed, again I plead  an excuse for you; on last saturday week (the 2ond. Inst.)  our class met and agreed to organize on Monday mor ning the 4th Inst. at 9 oclock A.M. and by the voice of the  school I was appointed to wait on you, and advertize your  honour that we were ready, and should expect you to  attend at that hour; presuming that you would be ready  at that late period to fulfill your engagements if you  ever intended to; and accordingly I called, and infor med you of the arangements we had made, but  on account of your arangements at the I was willing to exceed my instructions,  and let you name the hour that you would  wait on us on that day, which was at 4. oclock P.M. [18 lines blank] [p. 187]
Dec. 15th. & the class have ever till now, considered themselves bound by the engagement I made with you.— When & called, you set a time that you would come to & have our agreement committed to writing, but did not come, some were displeased, I excused you; some days elapsed & we heard nothing from you: at length called & you specified another time that you would come, which is some 2, or 3, weeks since, the class were again disappointed, again I plead an excuse for you; on last saturday week (the 2ond. Inst.) our class met and agreed to organize on Monday morning the 4th Inst. at 9 oclock A.M. and by the voice of the school I was appointed to wait on you, and advertize your honour that we were ready, and should expect you to attend at that hour; presuming that you would be ready at that late period to fulfill your engagements if you ever intended to; and accordingly I called, and informed you of the arangements we had made, but on account of your arangements at the I was willing to exceed my instructions, and let you name the hour that you would wait on us on that day, which was at 4. oclock P.M. [18 lines blank] [p. 187]
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