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Mr Latrobe presents his most respectful Compliments to the President U.S.—& thanks him for the...
Mr LeMair has no inventory of the furniture of the President’s house, but he informs me that Mr...
Your letter of the 29th. relative to the Glass supplied to you from the public Stock, was...
The impossibility in the present hurry of the Post office of ascertaining correctly the balances...
Mr. Latrobe intended to have waited on the President this evening, but as he has returned the...
I have the honor to enclose a sketch of my report on the public buildings. I will wait upon you...
The several appropriations made at the last session of Congress for the progress of the work on...
The fall of the arch or Vault of the Court room in the North Wing of the Capitol on Monday last,...
Since your departure the public Works have made regular progress, nor has any thing occurred...
The stone for the Steps of the President’s house is, in part arrived, & I am in hopes that the...
I herein enclose the strongest specimen of the plant which under the name of Dryrot commits such...
Since your departure I have made every possible exertion to forward the progress of the public...
Since I dispatched my letter of this morning, I have gone over with Mr Lenthall the papers in the...
In reply to the letter I have had the honor to receive from you this morning I beg to submit the...
A Report has just now been made to the House on the public Buildings. It contains all the...
To the President of the United States of America. The Report of the Surveyor of the Publick...
I herewith have the honor to send you two Copies of my report on the public buildings, the...
Agreeably to your desire I submit to you an estimate of one intercolumnation as erected on each...
Mr. Latrobe offers his most respectful compliments to the President UStates & sends his annual...
I am exceedingly sorry that the verbal, & written orders given on my departure for Philadelphia...
I arrived here on Wednesday evening, having been 11 days on the road, 3 of which were spent in...
I have been twice at the Pr. House in hopes of having the favor of a few minutes conversation...
I do not leave Washington till Tuesday next, before which period I hope to have the pleasure to...
Last night, the wind having changed suddenly to the N. West it was exceedingly cold for a short...
I forgot to mention this morning,—that since my measurement & certificate of Mr Barry’s account...
B. Henry Latrobe presents his most respectful compliments to the President of the UStates, & begs...
Your absence from Monticello having prevented my hearing from you before this day, I had...
The arrangements proposed by me for the use of the rooms with North wing of the Capitol may be...
I much fear that in performing my duty, and endeavoring to give you all the information possible...
In my last I informed you of some difficulties which had occurred respecting Mr. Lenthall and our...