Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Joseph Donath, 9 October 1807

Washington Oct. 9. 07


Presuming you are still in the line in which I formerly knew & dealt with you, I take the liberty of applying to you for 250 panes of glass 18. I. by 12 I. and 150 panes 12. I. square, to be very exactly cut to their measures, because in the country those who could trim them are few & awkward & occasion great loss. to be of the same quality you formerly furnished me, that is to say Hamburg or Bohemian glass of the middle thickness. let it be well packed and forwarded to messrs: Gibson & Jefferson Richmond for me at Monticello. on furnishing the bill of cost it shall be remitted to you. Accept my salutations

Th: Jefferson


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