From Thomas Johnson, David Stuart,
and Daniel Carroll1
Washington, July 10, 1794. Enclose “the Title Certificate … to Mr. Greenleaf2 for 1000 Lots in the City … intended to create a mortgage on these Lots for £100,000 in Holland.…”
LS, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress; LC, RG 42, Records of the Office of Public Buildings and Grounds, National Archives.
1. Johnson, Stuart, and Carroll were the commissioners appointed to superintend the development of the new Federal City.
2. James Greenleaf was a resident of New York and former United States consul at Amsterdam.