Adams Papers

Enclosure: Account for Purchase of House in Amsterdam, 7 September 1782

Enclosure: Account for Purchase of House in Amsterdam

No: 2.

Further Acco’t: stated to be transmitted to Congress, in answer to Secretary Livingston’s Letter of 22d May. 1782.

The United States to John Adams

To an House on the Flewelle Burgwal, at the Hague: The Deed taken in the name of the United-States of America, according to Mr: Dumas’s Acco’t: settled . . . fifteen thousand, two hundred & seven Florins, and seven stivers & eight Duits . . . . f. 15207. 7. 8.
By Cash recd. of Mr: Michael Lagoanere, at Ferrol; twelve thousand, four hundred, & twenty eight french Livres & five Sols . . .
By ditto, recd. of the Loan, open’d with Messrs: John de Neufville & Son; three thousand florins that I recd: myself, for three obligations; & four thousand that Messrs: de Neufvilles recd. wh: they paid me, after having deducted the Interest they had paid upon seven Obligations for one year: fm. f7000. dedt: Interest f 350 is f6650

RC and enclosures in Charles Storer’s hand (PCC, No. 84, IV, f. 157–167); endorsed: “Letter 7 Sept 1782 John Adams. Read Feby 10. 1783 Referred to Mr Gorham Mr Williamson Mr Fitzsimmons comee discharged July 8. 1783.”

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