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At the request of the directors of the public Buildings in Richmond, I am to desire that you will provide for them locks of different kinds fit for house doors, hinges for do., window glass, putty, lathing nails and shells. For the quantities I must refer you to the Directors themselves. I am Sir Your humble Servant, RC ( CSmH ). In a clerk’s hand, signed by TJ. Addressed: “Thomas Whiting...
My letters of the last post inform me of Mussi’s having sent on my clover seed; so that it is to him I must remit the 51 D.—67 c. balance of Stras’s money, after taking out Mr. Lyle’s and Taylor’s. I must trouble you therefore to try and get a bill on Philadelphia for that sum paiable to Joseph Mussi, merchant Philadelphia, at the corner of 7th. and Market streets, and to inclose it to him....
An excursion in the upper part of our State, which kept me some time from home, has prevented an earlier reply to your letter of the 3 rd June— It will give me great pleasure to have you 30 Gallons of the Grape Juice put up in the best stile and entirely unmixed with any other substance—The season for procuring it, is in October, and previous to that time I will make arrangements with Mr James...
The length of the new Road in the Presidents Square is, 1130 feet, or 68½ perches nearly. The Cost of the above road per rolls returned by Overseer is $359.72. T Munroe respectfully informs the President that there is another framed house building near Mr Pichons which evades or an attempt is made to evade the proclamation by bringing down a hipp’d roof within twelve feet of the cill— The...
My last respects, Sir, were under date of the 23 d of August, inclosing the receipt of mr & mad. Pini for the year’s interest paid to them, by the remittance made by you in may last, through J no Vaughan.—A few days since, I receiv’d letters from the two Raggis, expressing their great contentment at their reception at Monticello: all their letters have been Deliver’d at Carrara—a vessel...
I am now entered on my 69 th year. the tables of mortality tell me I have 7. years to live. my bibliomany has possessed me of perhaps 20,000. volumes. of these there are probably 1000. which I would read, of choice, before I should the historical, genealogical, chronological, & geographical Atlas of M. Le Sage . but it is also probable I shall decamp before I get through 50. of them. why then...
The prisoners of Convention and those taken at the Cowpens having been ordered on the late Approach of Lord Cornwallis to move on to our Northern Boundary, while Congress could be consulted as to what should be done with them, I have received a Letter from the President from which the inclosed is extracted. They have I believe reached as far as Winchester from which place they are now ordered...
I took the liberty of applying to you for the above am t by Letter dated some weeks back, requesting you would have the kindness to remit me the am t to the care of Doctor May of this City, but as I have not had the pleasure of hearing from you, I presume it must have escaped your recollection, therefore beg leave to remind you, which hope you’ll pardon Having received all the Subscriptions...
Your favor of the 8 th was recieved on the 14 th inst. and I now inclose you fifty Dollars, my portion of the fee for your report, with many thanks for your patient & candid attention to this case, and great satisfaction at the prospect of seeing it terminated in my time. Accept the assurances of my great esteem & respect. PoC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “M r Thomas Ladd”; endorsed by TJ. Ladd’s...
Your favor dated Sept r 22. by some accident did not reach Milton before yesterday, and as I was confined at the Mill until nearly midnight, I only received it this morning— The articles of agreement drawn by you in 1817, were returned to you unexecuted, and the objections to them, altho’ not very important, were then explain’d to you; you did not record them, nor did I ask it, conceiving,...