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Benjamin Henry, 1764–1820, U.S. architect and engineer, born in England.
a city in SW Pennsylvania.
Historical Examples

“Well, you go out and tell Casey to come down as soon as he gets the truck in place,” decided Latrobe.
Copper Coleson’s Ghost Edward P. Hendrick

Mrs Latrobe appraised Lady Betty by means of one rapid glance.
The Maidens’ Lodge Emily Sarah Holt

Mrs. Latrobe and Dolly had soon become friends, as the following note shows.
Dorothy Payne, Quakeress Ella Kent Barnard

“Surely, my dear, you must have understood me,” said Mrs Latrobe.
The Maidens’ Lodge Emily Sarah Holt

Under the influence of the really great Latrobe, an iron span of 124 feet was built in 1852 at Harpers Ferry.
The Modern Railroad Edward Hungerford

And Mrs Latrobe closed the door, and left the cousins together.
The Maidens’ Lodge Emily Sarah Holt

Colonel Latrobe looks exactly like a Triton, with that wondrous beard.
Miriam Monfort Catherine A. Warfield

This was confirmed by Latrobe, who made a final examination for his own satisfaction.
Copper Coleson’s Ghost Edward P. Hendrick

Latrobe is all agog with excitement over the great disaster.
The Johnstown Horror James Herbert Walker

Latrobe was more to be feared than a whole houseful of ghosts!
Copper Coleson’s Ghost Edward P. Hendrick


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