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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...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your favor of Sep. 22. the canal which is the subject of it is...
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...
The placing of a navy in a state of perfect preservation, so that at the beginning of a...
In the haste in which I was under the necessity of answering your letter of the 2d inst. I fear I...
Your favor of the 9th. is recieved as that of the 8th . had been the day before. on recieving...
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...
Congress have appropriated a sum of money (50,000. D) to be applied to the public buildings under...
The letter in which this is inclosed being a public one, and to be produced whenever necessary as...
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...
Your letter for mr Lenthall was recieved last night & will be delivered this morning. thinking...
Th: Jefferson presents his salutations to mr Latrobe, and recommends to him, in passing through...
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 think you were so good as to say you would desire mr Peale to furnish me a double penned...
I have received Your note of this morning, and am very happy imperfect as it is, that the...