From John Jay
New York 2d January 1790.
I have now the honor of transmitting to you herewith enclosed the extracts1 requested in your letter to me of the 2d. November last, and am with great respect and esteem &c.
LC, Papers of the Continental Congress, National Archives.
1. At the bottom of this letter is the following:
“List of papers mentioned in, and transmitted with the aforegoing letter.
|No.||1.||Abstracts and Extracts from the Secret Journals of Congress.|
|2.||Extracts of letters from the Secret Committee, and Committee of foreign Affairs.|
|3.||Extracts of letters from Mr. Silas Deane.|
|4.||Extracts of letters from Mr. Arthur Lee.|
|5.||Extracts of letters from Dr. Franklin.|
|6.||Extracts of letters from the Joint Commissioners at the Court of France.|
|7.||Letter from Mr. Thomas Barclay to the Secretary for foreign affairs of 29th. June 1782, his account current with the United States dated 16th August 1782, and a recapitulation of goods purchased by Messrs. John de Neufville and Son, and disposed of by Mr. Barclay dated 14th. December 1782.…”|