Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Arthur S. Brockenbrough, 19 December 1822

Dear Sir

I send you the proctors acct for sums paid from april to october last. also a statement of what is due from the University Va to Undertakers for Nov: [. . .]1822 and all New proposals I have received for the work of the Library as yet. Messrs Dinsmore & Neilson I suppose will hand [. . .] in proposals for all the woodwork:—I have had some conversation with F[. . .] & Chamberlain the Philadelphia brick layers relative to the laying the bricks provided we can have them made, which I think we can do upon as good terms as other persons for brick work done in that way will not cost perhaps as muchas Perry asks & I am satisfied it [. . .] more to my satisfaction—if I have any thing to do [. . .] if any thing more is wanting please drop me a line by the boy I am Sir respectfully your Obt Sevt

A. S. Brockenbrough

P.S. Mr Garretts acct that you Co[. . .] I sent to Mr Dawson with all [. . .] he has promised to return it by the first opportunity which I will send it you

A. S. B—h

If you think proper you can return the proposals for the Library

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