not a single samel brick to be used
nor more than 2. bats in 10. bricks
the bond to be header & stretcher through the whole thickness and in every course
every course of bricks to solidly grouted
the cement ⅔ lime & ⅓ pure clean sand
the wall to be ½ a bricker thicker than in the drawings, to be added inside.
the outer bricks uniform in colour, and of the colour of Pavilions II. & IV.
the brick work to be contracted for to the top of the Corinthian cornice only at first
the Carpenters [. . .] have a right to examine the correctness of the brick work as it goes on, and to notify the Proctor in time for correction if any thing be going on w[. . .]
the plank used by the Carpenters [. . .] compleatly [. . .]asoned.
the ribs of the roof to be compleat semicircles of four thicknesses breaking joints [. . .]threds
the [. . .] plate of 4. thicknesses also of 3. I. each b[. . .]aking joints and iron bolted.
the first undertaking to be only of the walls roof, Corinthian , doors, floors and staircases.
the Carpenter’s work at the Philadelphia printed prices, & where not specified among them to be settled beforehand.