To Thomas Pinckney
December 29th. 1794
It appears upon more particular examination that it would not leave in the hands of the Commissioners a sufficient sum for payment of interest to the first of March inclusively, which was the intention.
I request therefore that you will so arrange the matter as that there be left in their hands a sum adequate to the above object. If before this gets to hand the whole amount of the Bill should have been drawn to England, you will authorise the commissioners, to redraw for as much as they may require for the object.
With great respect & Esteem I am Sir Your Obedient Servt
Thomas Pinkney Esquire
In his absence The Chargé des affaires4
of the United States
LS (marked triplicate), Thomas Pinckney Papers, Library of Congress.
1. Samuel Meredith.
2. Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard.
4. William Allen Deas.