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I receive with real mortification the account of the demolition of Mr Carrolls house by Major...
It gave me much pleasure to find by a late letter of yours to Mr Jefferson, that the dispute...
When I proposed the alternatives contained in my letter of the 28th Ulto to Mr Carroll of...
I have duly received your favors of January 7th & 9th—am sensible of the expediency of the act of...
Mr Jefferson, in a letter which he writes to you this day, will enter fully into the points...
The bearer of this, Mr James Hoben, was strongly recommended to me by Colo. Laurens and sevral...
Your favor of the 19th, accompanying Judge Turner’s plan for a Capitol, I have duly received; and...
Your letter of the 1st instant from George Town came duly to hand. The delay in acknowledging the...
No. 13. Gentlemen, Philadelphia Novr 13th 1792 . I have duly received your letter of the 13th of...
Your letter to the Secretary of State, dated if I recollect rightly, the 5th instant, intimating...
The regular course which the affairs of The Federal City are likely to move in by the appointment...
(Private) Gentlemen, Philadelphia January 31st 1793 I have had under consideration Mr Hallet’s...
This will be handed to you by Doctor Thornton of this City, who goes forward to lay before you a...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letters of the 5th of January and 8th of february. The...
I approve of the Plan of Doctr Thornton for a Capitol to be erected in the City of Washington. LB...
On my way to, and at the landing of George Town yesterday, I had a good deal of conversation with...
This letter will be put into your hands by Mr Lear, who is well known to one, or more of you. He...
I enclose, for your information, the copy of a letter from the Secretary of State to me, on the...
I have received your letter of the first instant, enclosing certain communications to you from...
This will be handed to you by Mr James Greenleaf, a native of Boston, who has resided for some...
I enclose you an Estimate of the cost of the Capitol for the Federal City upon Mr Hallet’s plan...
Mr Winstanley, a celebrated Landskip Painter, is disposed to take a view of the Federal City, or...
I have duly received your Letter of Septm. 5th and in consequence thereof have Authorised Mr...
Your Letter of the 3d of last Month came to me by the Post of yesterday with the George Town mark...
(Private) Gentlemen, Philadelphia, Mar. 14th 1794 My object in giving you a sight of the enclosed...
Your letter of the 23d Ulto came duly to hand, but as you did not expect to meet again until the...
The Post of yesterday brought me your favor of the 23d instant. I am obliged to you for the early...
I had hopes, and at one time strong expectation, that Congress would have closed their Session...
I have subscribed to the alteration in the seventh article of the "Terms & conditions declared on...
The enclosed letter was put into my hands last night. The writer of it is a gentleman of...
A plan for the establishment of an University in the federal City, has frequently been the...
As I may have appear’d somewhat indecisive respecting square No. 21 in the federal city, I should...
Your letter of the 20th, with its enclosures, came duly to hand. The dispute between the...
On friday last I received your several dispatches with different signatures; and should have...
The memorial dated the 24th instt and subscribed by Messrs Scott & white, with other papers...
At this place, yesterday afternoon, I received the letter herewith enclosed from Mr Morris, in...
The copy of the Letter which you wrote to the Secretary of State on the 21st ulto, enclosing...