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I wrote to mr Jefferson, on my arrival here, to forward 1000 ℔ of lead to Monticello, and...
By Davy you will recieve a bundle containing 2. bells, & 4. bell-levers, the planes you wrote...
Davy brings a box containing all the articles you wrote for, furnished by Doctr. Ott.   The lead...
By this post I forward to mr Bacon 50. D. for you: and this day also mr Jefferson will deposit...
When I wrote my letter of the 7th. inst. I doubted whether I could as early as this place the...
We have finished two large windows of this house with Venetian blinds in the place of window...
Your’s of the 5th . is recieved this day. I wonder the Copper sheets had not got to hand, as it...
Your’s of Nov. 25 is recieved and I have ordered the patera wanting for the tea-room. with...
I do not know whether mr Barry got here, window-glass for the Bedford sashes. will you let me...
Your letter of the 19th. was not recieved when I wrote mine of the 23d. since that Gibson &...
Your’s of the 16th. was recieved by last post. I should certainly prefer Walnut for the Bedford...
MS ( MHi ); undated; entirely in TJ’s hand; see Nichols, Architectural Drawings Frederick Doveton...
I conclude absolutely to cover my terras with sheet iron , and have accordingly written to...
I some days ago wrote directions to mr Lilly for filling the Icehouse : but I forgot one previous...
On opening the door leading from the passage into my bookroom, and on the shelves to the left,...
I find that the window weights will be so small & long that the small degree of warping which...
I find by Latrobe & Mifflin’s account that on the 7th. of Aug. they shipped for me from...
Your letter of the 1st. has been duly recieved. the plane irons, sand paper, 4. bell levers, & 2....
I return you the drawings for the architrave of the front of the gallery, with a preference of...
In answer to your letter of the 20th. I would prefer that the door of the North pavilion should...
Your’s of the 22d. came to hand yesterday. I inclose you two specimens of cherry, one done with...
Your’s of the 9th . is recieved, and I now inclose you a five dollar bill for mr Wanscher. after...
Yours of the 18th . is recieved and I have this day inclosed to mr Deblois of Alexandria 20. D....
This is merely to correct an error in my last . I mentioned that the brick pilasters should have...
After writing to you yesterday, I was at the painting room of mr Stewart (the celebrated portrait...
Yours of the 17th. is recieved. a very useful emploiment for mr. Fitch will be the partitioning...
Mr. Barry is engaged in some painting for this house & the Capitol, and tells me he can get a...
Your’s of the 24th. is recieved, and I will send a bunch of good bell wire by the waggon. I would...
I recieved yesterday yours of the 11th. I wrote to mr Oldham on the 12th. of October for mahogany...
Mahogany forwarded to Monticello by mr Oldham f I 43— 4 of St. Domingo wood. 31÷ 8 of Bay do.   1...