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Office of Light-House Inspector,
Twelfth District,
San Francisco, Cal., July 24th, 1872

Professor Joseph Henry,
Chairman Light House Board
Sir:
I have the honor to report the sailing of the
Shubrick for the [South?] with the Lampist on board
provided with the lathe, necessary tools and material
for the thorough repair of all the Light Houses
north of this place. The Lampist was also [denclu?]
to instruct the Keepers in their duties and see
that everything is in thorough order. Major
Robert, Light House Engineer of the 13th District
has had great difficulty in procuring trans-
portation to Cape Foulweather, of the light
house, and at his request I had it placed on
board the “Shubrick” with orders to the Captain
to deliver it at that place. It will delay the
Shubrick but [lette?] and be a great saving of

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Office of Light-House Inspector
Twelfth District,
San Francisco, Cal. July 24th, 1872

Professor Joseph Henry,
Chairman Light House Board
Sir:
I have the honor to report the sailing of the Shubrick for the ninth with the Lampist on board provided with the lathe, necessary tools and material for the thorough repair of all the Light Houses north of this place. The lampist was also denclu to instruct the Keepers in their duties and see that everything is in thorough order. Major Robert, Light House Engineer of the 13th District has had great difficulty in procuring transportation to Cape Foulweather, of the light house, and at his request. I had it placed on board the “Shubrick” with orders to the Captain to deliver it at that place. It will delay the Shubrick but cettle and be a great saving of