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TARIFF OF PRICES

Of the different kinds of work proposed in erecting the Wings of the Patent Office Building; to determine the value of the same by measurement of the work when finished and in its place.

TARIFF OF THE PRICES, For the Cut Stone work, measured in the wall, marble included.

P. S. Reference to be had to the same kind of work in the present building.

Dolls. Cts.

Ashlar, nine inch bed, per superficial foot, measured on the face

Cube stone, plain face do do

Beds and bills do do

Square channeled sinkings, or rebates, per foot, running

Plain sunk mouldings, per superficial foot

Architrave of entablature, per square foot

Beds and bills do

Freize do

Tryglyphs each

Bottom bed of cornice do

Top bed of do

Drops on the cornice, lineal foot

Caps of Pilasters, each

Window sills, moulded inside, each

Blocking course over cornice, per sq. foot

Chimney architraves, per fool lineal

Do. coping. do do

Column shafts, per foot, superficial

Do. capitals, two feet diameter

Steps to stairs, inside per superficial foot

Window sills, per superficial foot

TARIFF OF PRICES

Of tha Granite Work to the Wings of the Patent Office Building.

N. B. For the courses of stone, reference to be had to those of the present building.

Dolls. Cts.

Ashlar, nine inch bed, measured on the face in the wall, per superficial foot

Cube stone, plain face, do do

Beds and bills, do do

Steps, do do

Door and window sills do do

Water table course do do

Plain sunk mouldings, do do

TARIFF OF PRICES

Of the Carpenter's and Joiner's work on the Wings at the Patent Office Building.

N. B. Reference to be had to the work on the present Patent Office building, as a guide to its quality, &c., also, to the specifications.

Dolls. Cts.

Basement story windows finished with dressings, complete, each

Principal or second floor windows finished complete, each

Third floor windows, finished complete, each

Pannel doors of basement, finished complete, each

Pannel doors in upper stories, finished complete, each

Centering for groin arches to rooms, per square, measured on the plan, including putting up and taking down

Centering for barrel arches do do

Framing, raising, and covering with boards for copper of roof, per square, complete

Framing for sky-lights, each

Forming gutter beds for Plumber, per running foot

Skirting moulding, per running foot

Flooring on sleepers, narrow boards, dowelled and secret nailed, per square

Mahogany hand-rail, straight, per running ft. Do. do circular do

All other work required to be valued in the same ratio with the above.

TARIFF OF PRICES

Of painting and glazing work, materials included.

N. B. Refference to be had to the same kind of work done in the present building.

Dolls Cts.

Glazing, painting, and cleaning windows, basement story, each

Do. Do. principal story, each

Do. Do. upper story, each

All other glazing and painting of windows to be valued by the same rule according to number of lights or superficial feet

Painting three-coat work, white lead, including materials, per square yard

Fancy painting, currled mapple, oak, mahogany, per square yard

TARIFF OF PRICES

Of the plastering and slucco work, materials included.

N. B. Reference to be had to the same kind of work done in the present building, and referred to in specifications.

Dolls. Cts.

Three coat straight plastering, floatwork, per square yard

Do. arch or circular work, do

Angle beads on groins, per foot, running

Corner beads or strips, do

Nine to 12 inch rosets, each

Impost moulding, under 12 inch girth, per foot, running

Do. circular, do. do

Sunk or raised pannel work, per square yard

TARIFF OF PRICES, Work only, and including materials for the Plumber's work on the wings of the Patent Office building, measured in the building.

N. B. Reference to the present building for the manner of doing the work, &c., and to the specifications.

Dolls. Cts.

Covering roof with sheet copper, as in the present building, and materials, per square foot

Do. do. work only, do

Gutter fixing, do. do. do

Do. do., materials, included, do

Flashing against the walls, &c., per running foot

Down pipes, six inches diameter, per running foot, including materials

Do. do. do. work only

Headings and footing of do., each do

TARIFF OF PRICES

For the blacksmith's work on the wings of the Patent Office building, including iron of the best quality.

Clamps, chimney bars, window bars, hold fasts, and such like work, per lb

White-smithing, per lb

Screw bolts, with nuts, per lb

TARIFF OF PRICES

For the Mason's Work.

For laying foundation-stone, including labor and scaffolding, per perch

TARIFF OF PRICES

For the Bricklayer's Work.

Laying bricks in walls and arches, including laborers and scaffolding, per thousand

199/21 coppy 1

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Title
Description and specification of the manner of executing and finishing the work of the two wing buildings proposed to be attached to the Patent-Office building, agreeable to the original design, and which are further explained by drawings made f
Contributor Names
Mills, Robert.
Created / Published
Washington, 1849.
Subject Headings
-  United States--District of Columbia--Washington
Genre
Leaflets--District of Columbia--Washington
Notes
-  U. S.- Patent office.
-  Page Order: Leaflet
-  Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.
-  2 duplicate copies
-  Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 199, Folder 21.
-  Copy scanned: 1
Medium
4 p.; 23.5 x 20 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
Portfolio 199, Folder 21
Source Collection
Broadsides, leaflets, and pamphlets from America and Europe
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/rbpe.19902100
Online Format
online text
image
pdf
Description
U. S.- Patent office. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 2 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 199, Folder 21. Copy scanned: 1

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Mills, Robert. Description and specification of the manner of executing and finishing the work of the two wing buildings proposed to be attached to the Patent-Office building, agreeable to the original design, and which are further explained by drawings made f. Washington, 1849. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/rbpe.19902100/. (Accessed September 24, 2017.)

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Mills, R. (1849) Description and specification of the manner of executing and finishing the work of the two wing buildings proposed to be attached to the Patent-Office building, agreeable to the original design, and which are further explained by drawings made f. Washington. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/rbpe.19902100/.

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Mills, Robert. Description and specification of the manner of executing and finishing the work of the two wing buildings proposed to be attached to the Patent-Office building, agreeable to the original design, and which are further explained by drawings made f. Washington, 1849. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/rbpe.19902100/>.