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City of Washington Dr. to The State of Maryland to 1t. Apl to 1. July 1802. 1802 Interest on...
In answer to your Letter of the 16th Instant I have the honor to inform you that, altho’ I have...
Mr King the late Surveyor of the City, and his Son Robert having this morning informed me that...
I have the honor of enclosing a Letter which I yesterday received from Mr Nicholas King.— The...
The Sale of Lots which commenced on Monday the 30th. ulto. was continued from day to day during...
The proper Officer has rendered, in behalf of the State of Maryland, the enclosed Account of a...
I have perused and considered the inclosed representation of James M. Lingan, the original...
Pursuant to the sixth section of the Act of Congress , of last Session, intituled “An Act to...
I yesterday received the enclosed Letter from the Treasurer of the Western Shore of the State of...
I recd., on the 10th Instant, the Letter which you did me the honor to write from Colo Wrens on...
From the Presidents message to Congress of the 24th January last, concerning the affairs of this...
The St. of Maryld has since 19 Decr 91, sold to a considerable amot., lands within the City of...
Expenditures on the Capitol 1803 April For Lime 596. 17 " Sand 100. 80 " Laborers & carters 75....
I have the honor of enclosing for your Signature a warrant for $10,000; the balance in my hands,...
Expenditures on the Streets in July 1803 Overseers & Labourers wages in June $763.71  Lumber for...
The Post of last night brought a Letter from you to Mr. Latrobe, which I will forward to him...
Expenditures from 1 to 16 Sep 1803 on Capitol  for Lumber 117.10  B H Latrobes Salary 283.33...
T Munroe with his most respectful Compliments sends to the President a Letter from the Treasurer...
T Munroe has had the honor of recieving the Presidents note of this morning and will conform...
T. Munroe presents his most respectful Compliments to the President.—Drafts of the Surveyor of...
The enclosed representation having been this day delivered to me to be laid before you, it may...
T Munroe being informed that the President is engaged with the Secretaries would not ask his...
Matthias Ryan } The Overseers say the 17 persons here mentioned are all those employed at the...
I recollect that you desired me some time ago to give you some information concerning part of the...
Mr. Soderstom assignee of Mr L’Enfant wishing to take Lots for his claim, or considerable part...
Three or four Irishmen, whose names were returned on the list of those who mis-behaved on the 2d....
The writer of the enclosed Letter delivered it to me in person, and requested it might be laid...
T Munroe presents his most respectful Compliments to the President, and thinks it necessary to...
I find on a diligent and particular enquiry of the Overseer & others who saw the riotous workmen...
I beg leave respectfully to submit for your consideration a sketch of our funds and a few remarks...
T. Munroe’s most respectful Compliments—he waited on the President with the enclosed lists, but...
T. Munroe’s most respectful Compliments, and asks whether it is the pleasure of the President to...
T Munroe presents his best respects to the President—has the honor of enclosing statements recd....
T Munroe presents his most respectful Compliments to the President—several very worthy mechanics...
T Munroe’s best respects & sends for the Presidents signature a blank requisition, together with...
Indisposition has prevented an earlier attention to the claim of Mr. Ab: Ritchie as administrator...
T. Munroe presents his best respects to the President. The demands against the public buildings...
T Munroe respectfully enquires of the President whether the sheet iron charged in the enclosed...
T Munroe presents his best respects to the President. He encloses Messr. Lenthall & Blagdins...
T. Munroe’s best respects to the President. Being informed that Mr. Jonos was not in Alexandria,...
T Munroe presents his best respects to the President—He did not until Saturday meet with a...
T Munroe presents his best respects, and has the Honor of enclosing for the Presidents signature...
T. Munroe presents his best respects to the President & has the honor of sending a Memdm. of the...
The length of the new Road in the Presidents Square is, 1130 feet, or 68½ perches nearly. The...
Having just heard that you will probably leave the City tomorrow morning, I have supposed it...
T Munroe presents his respects and begs leave to ask whether the President has any objection to...
Some Accounts against the public buildings having been presented which the money in T Munroes...
T. Munroe begs leave respectfully to enquire of the President whether the enclosed Acct. is in...
T Munroe respectfully begs to know whether it is the pleasure of the President to renew the...
I very reluctantly trouble you with City Affairs, at this time particularly, when, no doubt,...