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I should have taken the liberty to deliver to you the enclosed letter from Mr. Randolph...
A round-about application has just now been made to me respecting a navigation in your...
Philadelphia, 27 Mch. 1802 . Latrobe takes the liberty to offer ideas on the canal intended to...
I beg leave to transmit to you by my particular friend, and near relation,—Mr Eakin of the...
In the haste in which I was under the necessity of answering your letter of the 2d inst. I fear I...
The Post came in so late to-day, that I cannot prepare to leave Philadelphia in compliance with...
Mr. Latrobe presents his respectful Compliments to the President of the U. States: In preparing...
An unfortunate scratch across the end of my Nose which I received among the briars in the...
I should be happy to wait upon you with the result of my calculations at 2 o’clock, if you could...
Captain Dale , of the Un. State’s Navy, called upon me this morning, and in conversation upon the...
I received your favor of the 6th with the most grateful sentiments. It did not reach me till the...
I arrived here about a fortnight ago, and have been so unwell since then, as not to be quite so...
I herewith send you my report & the ground plan of the new wing. I fear I shall tire your...
In order to save the postage of the enclosed packet, containing the drawings & sections of the...
I have delayed to answer your favor of the 14h. September for a few days, untill I had compleatly...
The difficulties I have met with in my surveys & levellings for the Canal which is to unite the...
I have for some days hoped that every day of my stay here would be the last. But I am so...
The following passage is contained in a letter just received from Mr Wm Stewart, by far the most...
Since I last had the honor to wait upon you nothing has occurred upon which I felt myself...
State of the Prospect of procuring Stone for the Capitol for the Year 1804.— 1. From Messrs....
On the 4th. of April 1803, I had the honor to lay before you a general report, on the State of...
I have received Your note of this morning, and am very happy imperfect as it is, that the...
I judged very ill in going to Thornton . In a few peremptory words, he, in fact, told me, that no...
The circumstances that attend the conflict between my wish to promote your views respecting the...
The situation of Mr. Lenthall as Clerk of the Works at the Capitol and Presidents house,...