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" parlor and chambers, is a tax indeed; and the fires we are obliged to keep to secure us from daily agues is another very cheering comfort. To assist us in this great castle, and render less attendance necessary, bells are wholly wanting, not one single... "
Washington, Outside and Inside: A Picture and a Narrative of the Origin ... - Page 197
by George Alfred Townsend - 1874 - 751 pages
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Sketches of the Life, Writings, and Opinions of Thomas Jefferson: With ...

B. L. Rayner - Presidents - 1832 - 556 pages
...well proportioned to the President's salary ! The lighting the apartments from the kitchen to parlors and chambers is a tax indeed, and the fires we are...one being hung through the whole house, and promises are all you can obtain. This is so great an inconvenience, that I know not what to do, or how to do....
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Letters of Mrs. Adams: the wife of John Adams, Volume 1

Abigail Adams, John Adams - Presidents' spouses - 1840
...the apartments, from the kitchen to parlours and chambers, is a tax indeed ; and the fires we sfre obliged to keep to secure us from daily agues is another...one being hung through the whole house, and promises are all you can obtain. This is so great an inconvenience, that I know not what to do, or how to do....
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The history of the United States of America, Volume 5

Richard Hildreth - United States - 1851
...well proportioned to the president's salary. The lighting the apartments from the kitchen to parlors and chambers is a tax indeed; and the fires we are...obliged to keep to secure us from daily agues is another cheering comfort." "If they will put me up some bells—there is not one hung through the whole house,...
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The History of the United States of America, Volume 5

Richard Hildreth - United States - 1851
...well proportioned to the president's salary. The lighting the apartments from the kitchen to parlors and chambers is a tax indeed; and the fires we are...obliged to keep to secure us from daily agues is another cheering comfort." "If they will put me up some bells—there is not one hung through the whole house,...
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THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES

JOSEPH B. VARNUM - 1854
...well proportioned to the President's salary. The lighting the apartments, from the kitchen to parlors and chambers, is a tax indeed, and the fires we are...one being hung through the whole house, and promises are all you can obtain. This is so great an inconvenience that I know not what to do or how to do....
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United States Magazine, Volume 3

Seba Smith, Elizabeth Oakes Prince Smith - 1856
...well proportioned to the President's salary. The lighting the apartments from the kitchen to parlors and chambers is a tax indeed ; and the fires we are...one being hung through the whole house, and promises are all you can obtain. This is so great an inconvenience that I know not what to do. or how to do...
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The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 2

Henry Stephens Randall - United States - 1858
...well proportioned to the President's salary. The lighting the apartments from the kitchen to parlors and chambers is a tax indeed, and the fires we are...one being hung through the whole house, and promises are all you can obtain. This is so great an inconvenience, that I know not what to do, or how to do....
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The life of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 2

Henry Stephens Randall - 1858
...to the President's salary. The lighting the apartments from the kitchen to parlors and chambers is u tax indeed, and the fires we are obliged to keep to...one being hung through the whole house, and promises are all you can obtain. This is so great an inconvenience, that I know not what to do, or how to do....
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Philp's Washington described: A complete view of the American Capital, and ...

William D'Arcy Haley - History - 1861 - 239 pages
...well proportioned to the President's salary. The lighting the apartments, from the kitchen to parlors and chambers, is a tax indeed, and the fires we are...one being hung through the whole house, and promises are all you can obtain. This is so great an inconvenience that I know not what to do or- how to do....
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The Washington Sketch Book

Viator - Washington (D.C.) - 1864 - 273 pages
...The lighting the apartments from the kitchen to parlors and chambers, is a tax indeed, and the tires we are obliged to keep to secure us from daily agues...one being hung through the whole house, and promises are all you can obtain. This is so great an inconvenience, that I know not what to do or how to do....
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