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The following passage is contained in a letter just received from Mr Wm Stewart, by far the most...
I have delayed to answer your favor of the 14h. September for a few days, untill I had compleatly...
I received your favor of the 6th with the most grateful sentiments. It did not reach me till the...
I have for some days hoped that every day of my stay here would be the last. But I am so...
Since I last had the honor to wait upon you nothing has occurred upon which I felt myself...
I have received Your note of this morning, and am very happy imperfect as it is, that the...
Philadelphia, 27 Mch. 1802 . Latrobe takes the liberty to offer ideas on the canal intended to...
I herewith send you my report & the ground plan of the new wing. I fear I shall tire your...
I judged very ill in going to Thornton . In a few peremptory words, he, in fact, told me, that no...
A round-about application has just now been made to me respecting a navigation in your...