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I much fear that in performing my duty, and endeavoring to give you all the information possible...
The fall of the arch or Vault of the Court room in the North Wing of the Capitol on Monday last,...
The several appropriations made at the last session of Congress for the progress of the work on...
Although I have been in the city a week, an unfortunate accident has prevented my waiting upon...
In arranging the papers which I brought with me from Washington, I have had the mortification to...
We have now struck all the centers & I have employed Laborers to remove all the rubbish from the...
I was going to send you the enclosed when I received your valuable present of the Camera obscura,...
Your favor of the 18th. came to hand this morning, & I feel exceedingly obliged by your early...
I promised in a letter I wrote to You on Tuesday last to transmit to You by the post of the next...
The Board of Directors & Committee of Works of our Company broke up only last night. The...
In reply to the letter I have had the honor to receive from you this morning I beg to submit the...
The storm of yesterday prevented my waiting upon you to state, that having done all the business...
My last letter d. Philadel. July 26th. gave you an account of the measures I had then taken, and...
I received the letter you did me the favor to write on the subject of the removal of the earth...
During the course of August the turning of the lobby arches will render the progress of the...
The Roof of the South wing of the Capitol having been completly boarded before the late heavy...
I herewith submit to your consideration a project for laying out the ground around the...
The arrangements proposed by me for the use of the rooms with North wing of the Capitol may be...
Mr Latrobe presents his most respectful Compliments to the President U.S.—& thanks him for the...
I fear I have done wrong in printing the letter herewith sent without communicating to you the...
As I could not be well spared myself, I sent down my Clerk to the Quarries, immediately after...
I received while in Philadelphia, (from whence I am just now returned) a short letter Decr. 21st...
We have put in the frames of the Pannel lights on the whole of the West side of the dome and are...
To the President of the United States of America. The Report of the Surveyor of the Publick...
Since your departure the public Works have made regular progress, nor has any thing occurred...
Since my arrival in this city I have endeavored by enquiries here, & by writing to New York,...
I have waited till this late hour for the list of his Workmen, & of all the blocks which are now...
A Report has just now been made to the House on the public Buildings. It contains all the...
I most sincerely regret your continued illness.—The weather prevented till Saturday any measures...
I am sorry that the necessity of producing your Voucher to the officers of the Treasury obliges...
Mr. Latrobe intended to have waited on the President this evening, but as he has returned the...
Since I dispatched my letter of this morning, I have gone over with Mr Lenthall the papers in the...
I forgot to mention this morning,—that since my measurement & certificate of Mr Barry’s account...
Since my departure from Washington, I find by constant correspondence with Mr. Lenthall, that all...
In applying the appropriations of the last Session of Congress, of 110,000$ to the prosecution of...
I had the favor of your letter of the 1st. of July yesterday evening & have immediately taken the...
In the reporting to You on the manner in which the work on the public buildings of the United...
I have been twice at the Pr. House in hopes of having the favor of a few minutes conversation...
This day our board & its Committees finish their business. I shall get into the Mail, if possible...
I have been here for some time, 10 days, & shall remain untill every thing which requires my...
I am just now arrived in the city, and will wait upon you as soon as I can make myself acquainted...
I herein enclose the strongest specimen of the plant which under the name of Dryrot commits such...
I fear the largest Vessel which Mr. Foxall could Cast would be too small for a Cistern for the...
In my last I informed you of some difficulties which had occurred respecting Mr. Lenthall and our...
Your absence from Monticello having prevented my hearing from you before this day, I had...
I accept with pleasure the favor of Your invitation to dinner tomorrow, and will come to the...
To my no little surprize, but at the same time very much to the advantage of the progress of our...
I have been so unavoidably detained by the different persons with whom arrangements [were]...
I herewith transmit to You two sheets containing the drawings of the buildings proposed to...
During your illness, from which I sincerely rejoice that you are recovering, I was unwilling...