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It being perfectly understood that the appropriation of Mar. 3. 1803. for ‘keeping in repair the...
As the work you mention will cost as is supposed not more than 50. D. & is so necessary for the...
I inclose you mr Latrobe’s account for the glass I purchased at the Capitol & President’s house....
You will percieve by the inclosed letter from the Governor of Maryland that we are called on for...
Having consulted the Secretary of the Treasury on the letter from mr Harwood to yourself...
The Case of the sale of city lots under a decree of the Chancellor of Maryland. The deed of the...
Your letter of the 14th. was recieved on the 18th. and this goes by the return of the first post,...
I now inclose you a warrant for 10,000 D. the post coming twice a week will enable you to apply...
The inclosed letter to mr Mason, & that from mr Stoddert will explain themselves. be so good as...
The letter from the committee of subscribers to the theatre which I recieved from you on the...
Your favor of last night is this moment recieved. no apologies are necessary for calling on me on...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Monroe, & on a view of the expences incurred &...
In applying the fund of 3000. D. to the highways appurtenant to the public buildings we must take...
The representations I have recieved satisfy me that mr Lenthall ought to be allowed 4. Dollars a...
Your’s of the 13th. is this moment recieved, informing me of the vacancy in the office of...
Th: Jefferson presents his salutations to mr Munroe: he does not recollect whether any act of...
Your favor of the 31st. came by the last post, and conveyed the first information I had recieved...
If you will be so good as to make particular & diligent enquiry as to the riotous workmen, and to...
I have this day made a tolerably exact estimate of the digging already done at the President’s...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Munro and informs him that mr Latrobe’s salary from...
Th: Jefferson incloses to mr Monroe a resolution of the H. of Representatives & prays him, with...
I do not know whether it is the practice here to issue a subpoena of injunction without a bill...
Yours of the 13th. was recieved last night, and really presents a painful state of things....
On further enquiry & consideration I find it will be better to employ what is called here...
I return you the inclosed proclamation, & to avoid an innovation which might produce uneasiness,...
While Th: Jefferson regrets the cause which obliges mr Munroe to be absent from this place, it is...
Th: Jefferson, with his compliments to mr. Munroe, incloses him a letter to John Davidson for his...
Your favor of the 17th is recieved. I think that while there is a prospect of getting better...
Relying on your attention to the state of the appropriations for the public buildings, of which...
Th: Jefferson incloses to mr Monroe mr Duval’s opinion on the sale of the city lots under the...