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I am just now arrived in the city, and will wait upon you as soon as I can make myself acquainted...
I accept with pleasure the favor of Your invitation to dinner tomorrow, and will come to the...
I arrived here on the 18th. and had the honor to receive Your letter of the 5th. Octr.—I...
I arrived at this place from our works on the Canal yesterday, having daily attended at the...
I returned home last night from the Canal and found your favor of the 14th. Our directors meet on...
This day our board & its Committees finish their business. I shall get into the Mail, if possible...
In the reporting to You on the manner in which the work on the public buildings of the United...
I received while in Philadelphia, (from whence I am just now returned) a short letter Decr. 21st...
My very frequent absence from home at the Ch. & Del. Canal, occasions a great unpunctuality in my...
For the last three weeks I have been at Lancaster as the Agent of the Ches. & Del. Canal Co. to...
I have kept the enclosed letters by me above a Week, doubtful how to act respecting the subject...
Dr. Salary of the Surveyor of the public Buildings Cr. Decr. 29 to March 1st. 60 days. By one...
On my return home,—for a few hours today,—to my family, I had the honor to receive both your...
I herewith transmit to you my correct, & carefully collated copies of your original Sketches of...
I herewith transmit to You two sheets containing the drawings of the buildings proposed to...
The Board of Directors & Committee of Works of our Company broke up only last night. The...
We have now struck all the centers & I have employed Laborers to remove all the rubbish from the...
I hoped yesterday morning to have personally answered the notes I had the pleasure to receive...
Since my departure from Washington, I find by constant correspondence with Mr. Lenthall, that all...
I have been here for some time, 10 days, & shall remain untill every thing which requires my...
I have been this day honored by your letter of the 8th. and shall immediately take care, that the...
For the last three Weeks I have been confined by a very severe Fever, & am still so far from well...
I arrived in the city last night by the Mail, having for the last five weeks, since my recovery,...
In applying the appropriations of the last Session of Congress, of 110,000$ to the prosecution of...
It has been out of my power from the multiplicity of business necessary now to be done to forward...
The storm of yesterday prevented my waiting upon you to state, that having done all the business...
Although I have been in the city a week, an unfortunate accident has prevented my waiting upon...
Mr Latrobe most respectfully requests the favor that the President will send him the design of...
In the success of my exertions to compleat the South wing of the Capitol so far as that it shall...
I have waited till this late hour for the list of his Workmen, & of all the blocks which are now...
I promised in a letter I wrote to You on Tuesday last to transmit to You by the post of the next...
Our Works at the Canal are 18 Miles from hence at the nearest point, and at present 6 Miles in...
During the course of August the turning of the lobby arches will render the progress of the...
I had the favor of your letter of the 1st. of July yesterday evening & have immediately taken the...
Agreeably to your desire, I have exerted myself to collect Workmen (Stonecutters) in this city,...
My last letter d. Philadel. July 26th. gave you an account of the measures I had then taken, and...
As I could not be well spared myself, I sent down my Clerk to the Quarries, immediately after...
I had the honor of receiving your letter of the 13h. this morning, being arrived here from the...
During your illness, from which I sincerely rejoice that you are recovering, I was unwilling...
I am so unwilling to take up your time unnecessarily, especially on my own concerns, that I take...
We have put in the frames of the Pannel lights on the whole of the West side of the dome and are...
In presenting to you the drawing of the Capitol, which I herewith leave at the President’s house,...
The difficulty of procuring a sufficient supply of freestone, of a quality suitable to the...
Mr Lenthall did not put the drawings of the proposed alteration of the North Wing of the Capitol...
The Roof of the South wing of the Capitol having been completly boarded before the late heavy...
The very unfavorable weather of yesterday rendered it impossible for me to procure all the...
I fear I have done wrong in printing the letter herewith sent without communicating to you the...
Since my arrival in this city I have endeavored by enquiries here, & by writing to New York,...
Since the situation of my family has been such as to leave me at liberty to return to Washington,...
I fear the largest Vessel which Mr. Foxall could Cast would be too small for a Cistern for the...