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Your’s of the 5th . is recieved this day. I wonder the Copper sheets had not got to hand, as it...
I have just learned by letters from mr Traquair & mr Jefferson that mr Stewart is gone on, having...
This is merely to correct an error in my last . I mentioned that the brick pilasters should have...
Yours of the 17th. is recieved. a very useful emploiment for mr. Fitch will be the partitioning...
Your’s of the 12th . did not get to hand till last night. the ornaments for the frize of the...
On opening the door leading from the passage into my bookroom, and on the shelves to the left,...
Your’s of Nov. 25 is recieved and I have ordered the patera wanting for the tea-room. with...
I some days ago wrote directions to mr Lilly for filling the Icehouse : but I forgot one previous...
I conclude absolutely to cover my terras with sheet iron , and have accordingly written to...
Yours of the 1st. & 9th. have been recieved, and the last has much relieved me as to the last box...
MS ( MHi ); undated; entirely in TJ’s hand; see Nichols, Architectural Drawings Frederick Doveton...
I return you the drawings for the architrave of the front of the gallery, with a preference of...
Yours of the 18th . is recieved and I have this day inclosed to mr Deblois of Alexandria 20. D....
Your’s of the 9th . is recieved, and I now inclose you a five dollar bill for mr Wanscher. after...
I recieved last night your favor of the 20th. I am very sorry mr Wanscher has plaistered the...
After writing to you yesterday, I was at the painting room of mr Stewart (the celebrated portrait...
Your’s of the 22d. came to hand yesterday. I inclose you two specimens of cherry, one done with...
I find by Latrobe & Mifflin’s account that on the 7th. of Aug. they shipped for me from...
In answer to your letter of the 20th. I would prefer that the door of the North pavilion should...
Will you be so good as to press mr Jordan for the circular bricks? the semicircular cast iron...
Mr. Barry is engaged in some painting for this house & the Capitol, and tells me he can get a...
We have finished two large windows of this house with Venetian blinds in the place of window...
I wrote to mr Jefferson, on my arrival here, to forward 1000 ℔ of lead to Monticello, and...
Your’s of the 16th. was recieved by last post. I should certainly prefer Walnut for the Bedford...
I find that the window weights will be so small & long that the small degree of warping which...
Davy brings a box containing all the articles you wrote for, furnished by Doctr. Ott.   The lead...
One half of the sheet iron for the offices was shipped from Philadelphia Sep. 23. The pig lead...
I recieved yesterday yours of the 11th. I wrote to mr Oldham on the 12th. of October for mahogany...
I do not know whether mr Barry got here, window-glass for the Bedford sashes. will you let me...
Mahogany forwarded to Monticello by mr Oldham f I 43— 4 of St. Domingo wood. 31÷ 8 of Bay do.   1...