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Letter not found. 15 January 1795, Philadelphia. Described as a two-page letter in the lists probably made by Peter Force (DLC, series 7, container 2); also mentioned in Stan. V. Henkels Catalogue No. 694 (1892), item 128.
… The room now occupied as an office has undergone no alteration [and if] applied to any other purpose it would need repairs.… Printed extract (Martin I. J. Griffin, “Stephen Moylan…,” American Catholic Historical Researches , n.s., 5 [Apr. 1909]: 231–33). Described as a two-page letter in the lists probably made by Peter Force ( DLC , series 7, container 2). In May 1796 Moylan moved into the...
Generl. Moylans compliments to Mr. Madison, sends him 226 dollars 67 cents for half years rent of the house he lives in—on which he has made some necessary repairs which he cannot doubt, of being allowed for, he will furnish the account of his expenditures, when Mr. Madison is at more leisure, than he can be at present, being so lately arrived in this City. Genl. Moylan did not get possession...
The north wall of your house, in which I live has been built so bad, that every rain penetrates, and in time must give way. I dare say Mrs. Maddison is not unacquainted with this Circumstance, I know her good Mother Mrs. Payne was not. Shall I have the house preserved, by remedying the deffect, or must it remain as it is, I cannot be at the expence of doing it myself, if not allowed me in my...