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Previously to the establishment of arrangements for carrying on the work during the ensuing...
1 February 1811. “Recd. of the President of the U. States his letter to the Secretary of the...
I take the liberty of reporting to you the present State of the public buildings, a practice...
20 March 1809, Philadelphia. Encloses samples of “two kinds of lace” for use in the chariot...
Enclosed is the Copy of an account of expenditures out of the furniture fund of the President’s...
The high respect & attachment which I have always professed and very sincerely felt for you has...
The occasion of my writing to you at present is to solicit your sanction to a voucher of...
I solicit your directions as to the adaptation of the rooms in the East end of the President’s...
When your letter of the 27 t of Aug t arrived, I was confined to my bed by a bilious fever. After...
In obedience to your directions, I have transmitted to the superintendent of the city of...
I am here & expected to have been tomorrow in Washington. It is however necessary, I find that I...
In my conversation with Mr. Munroe on the subject of the accounts demanded by congress, he...
6 July 1810, Washington. Expresses views about that part of the law appropriating $20,000 for...
I herewith transmit to you two reports. The first my annual report of the public Building the...
23 February 1811, Washington. Makes the following statement in compliance with JM’s direction...
I have the honor to lay before you an account of the expenditure of 5.000$, advanced to me on...
Your very obliging & kind letter was received by Mrs. Latrobe yesterday, & I had also your...
In reflecting on the subject on which you did me the honor to converse with me this morning, the...
The time of the President U.S. is so occupied by matters of so much more importance, that I did...
I beg leave to submit to you, & to solicit your approbation of these accounts, the only ones...
I beg leave to submit to you by the hands of Mr Lewis Deblois an account of the expenditure of...
Letter not found. 19 May 1811, Philadelphia. Calendared by Latrobe in a list of “Letters written...
31 December 1810, Washington. Encloses a copy of his report on the public buildings. Will call on...
Having a good opportunity to write to England, I will gladly avail myself of it, to make such...
I beg leave respectfully to offer you my services in the restoration of the public buildings in...
In obedience to your directions conveyed to me by Mr Munroe, & contained in the resolution of the...
The enclosed Letter was written at the instance of several Members of Congress, who, on enquiry,...
Your letter of the 19th. has just been received. Permit me in the first place to thank You for...
I am more mortified than I can express at the conduct of the Coach-maker, I have had the...
In obedience to your directions that I should furnish to You all the information on the subject...