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I now inclose you the letter for mr Appleton which covers one for mr Mazzei according to promise....
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Latrobe and returns him the volume of Parkyns’...
It would be well to recieve from you as early as possible the report you propose to make for...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Latrobe, and in consequence of his information...
Mr. Munroe has just communicated to me a statement by which it appears that there remained but...
I had the honor of writing to you on the departure of the Sculptors, and afterwards, & to give...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Latrobe. he delivered yesterday to Colo. Tatham (who...
Yours of the 13th. came to hand only yesterday, having been delayed by the high waters consequent...
I inclose you the bill appropriating 110,000 D. for the South wing of the capitol & 20,000. for...
The bill appropriating 110,000. D. for the South wing & 20,000. for the other public buildings....
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Latrobe and returns his report in which he will find...
I took a note last night of the appropriations of the bill for the public buildings, they are as...
Having paid to mr Munro the amount of the glass I purchased from the public, I wish to say a few...
The H. of R. having by a resolution requested me to take effectual measures for the completion of...
I found your letters of the 12th. & 14th. on my return to this place on the 17th. and such was...
Since my letter of the 22d. mr King has shewn me the alterations of your original design of the...
I returned here on the 30th. Ult. and confess myself much disappointed in the progress of the...
I was so extremely sick on both the days you were so kind as to call on me that I had been...
Another reporting day has come about, and by mr Lenthall’s report I find the stone work falling...
I am told there are good workmen who will undertake the wall of our inclosure at 2 ½ D. per...
On considering the amount of our 15,000. D. fund and it’s objects, to wit, 1. finishing the...
In order to keep within our power the completion of the South wing of the Capitol, as desired by...
When we were conversing last on the digging & smoothing the ground round the President’s house,...
Yours of Aug. 31. has been recieved. the partition you propose in the clerk’s office of the...
Your letters of the 1st. 2d. & 5th. are recieved. I am really afraid to move the Supreme court...
Yours of the 11th. was recieved on the 15th. but too much other business having made it...
Being to leave this for Monticello tomorrow I have to express to you my earnest request that so...
Your’s of the 14th. came to hand on the 20th. The idea of spending 1000. D. for the temporary...
I return you mr Lenthal’s letter, on which the most painful observation is that it furnishes...
In my letter of Oct. 5. I asked the favor of you to have me furnished with 100 sheets of rolled...
Having returned a few days since, I called on mr Ludlow to have the offices for this house now...
My letter of yesterday was gone before I recieved yours of Apr. 29. & May 19. or I should not...
I could not sooner return your drawings, because I could not till yesterday have a conference...
Your favor of May 23. is duly recieved, and reserving fuller explanations to my return, which...
Congress having appropriated another sum of 50,000. D. for the public buildings it becomes...
I recieved, three days ago, your favor of Mar. 29. and have taken the first leisure moment to...