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Letter not found: from William Thornton, 24 July 1795. On 29 July, GW wrote to the commissioners...
After writing the inclosed I heard it suggested that if the Square now contemplated for a...
We have the honour of your Letter of the first Instant; the plan of the City also, came safe to...
Your Letter of the 4th Instt addressed to the Board of Commissioners, I had the honor of...
I have lately been informed that your Secretary, Mr Lear, has taken his departure for England, on...
I address you at this time with the greatest reluctance because I know that the weighty concerns...
In dissenting from the Memorial of the 24th Instant which my colleagues sent to you by the last...
I imagine there will not be a full Board for two or three weeks, and, as I consider the Subject...
I have laid before my Colleagues my Sentiments relative to the propriety of raising the...
To insure a safe conveyance to the advertisements of the proposed alterations of the conditions...
It is with much regret, we trouble you with the enclosures, but as the appropriations will now be...
We have the honor of your favor of the 30th Ulto & have communicated to Mr Freeman, that part of...
We had the honor of receiving yours of the 17th Inst. by last mail—The ideas expressed in your...
We enclose a copy of a Letter from Messrs Morris & Nicholson respecting the completion of their...
Since our last to you, Mr Walker has been with us, and has often mentioned the subject treated of...
Since our first Letter of this date, we have thought it prudent to write to Mr Wolcott & to...
Since our last to you, we have been obliged to abandon all hopes of seeing Mr Morris here; in...
Upon an accurate research into the several laws past by the Legislature of Maryland respecting...
We do ourselves the honor of inclosing to you a Sketch of such description of the public...
The board, pursuant to your request, have had under consideration the propriety of permitting the...
Your favor of the 20th would have been sooner attended to, but the mails have lately come in,...
Your Letter of the 29th Ulto did not reach the City till late on friday evening, of course, it...
Your Instructions to Messrs Beall & Gantt to convey to us all the Lands in the City of...
We had the honor of your favor of the 11th Instant, with the Inclosure & shall now proceed to...
We the Commissioners of the City of Washington, with the greatest respect, represent to the...
The State of our funds will not admit of delay in disposing of some part of the Stock borrowed of...
We had your favor of the 26th Inst. inclosing your approbation of the proposed alterations in the...
We had the honor of your favor of the 15th Instant—Your Ideas respecting the Capitol are those...
We do ourselves the honor of inclosing, a Letter received from Mr Covachichi, one of the partners...
Our Principal surveyor Mr Freeman has applied to us to recommend him to an Appointment for laying...