From George Washington
Wednesday Afternoon [21 Mch. 1792]
To morrow I shall be engaged all day, but will, in the course of it, fix a time to view the Big bones at Doctr. Wisters.
I hope Mr. Blodget does not begin to hesitate concerning the loan?—And I hope the Commissioners, when they are about it, will build a Stone bridge and a compleat one, over Rock Creek—it will be the cheapest in the end.—Yrs. sincerely,
RC (DLC); addressed: “Mr. Jefferson”; endorsed by TJ as received 21 Mch. 1792 and recorded in SJPL, where entry reads: “G. W. to Th: J. on Blodget’s loan. Prefers stone bridge over Rock cr.”