Sir, I have just been up at the House and upon considering the great want of room in it, I have concluded to have the north room divided in the same way as the north one; to have window streets[?] out to the east end or Gable, to have a passage with two doors from the Kitchen, and a door to each of the small closets that still thus be made.
I saw one of your men, and (back side) endeavoured to explain the thing to him. I am not just certain, but that the door of the south small apartment thus created, had not bother enter it from the Kitchen, with partly a glass door so as to light it in some degree. This we can see about, when I return, but in the meantime, get the two partitions up, and lathed and plastered with all possible speed, so that they may be sooner ready for the papering, and do oblige me by hurrying on all the operations about it, both you own and poor old Vandebourghs.
Believe me yours, etc.