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To Thomas Jefferson from Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 23 March 1807

23 Mch 1807

Dr Sir,

I most sincerely regret your continued illness.—The weather prevented till Saturday any measures being taken to lay out the grounds. Today I am engaged in it.—A contract for the Wall is made.—As soon as the stakes are driven the diggers will go to work. At the capitol we have this morng recommenced the external works. The plaisterers are lathing the cieling.—

with high respect Yrs.

B H Latrobe

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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