Along with "palace" and "President's house," the "White House" was also

this, from the Public Ledger, 20 August 1841, pg. 4, col. 1:

The Madisonian has the following account of the disgraceful conduct of

rowdies in front of the President's mansion. "A company of individuals

collected in Sixth street, near the Avenue, on Monday night, and marched to

the Executive Mansion..."

O.K., so there's "palace," "President's House," "White House," "mansion,"

and "Executive Mansion." Is that it? No! This is from the Public Ledger, 4

March 1841, pg. 2, col. 3:

EXTRAVAGANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE.--The Washington correspondent of the New

York Courier says the President elect caused an inquiry to be made, a few days

ago, as to the state of the furniture at the 'People's House,' and was

astonished to find that there were not beds, bedsteads, or bedding sufficient

for his family..."