Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from André Limozin, 8 August 1788

From André Limozin

Le Havre, 8 Aug. 1788. Encloses account of expenses of 103livre tournois 17s.9d. for two shipments forwarded to TJ, and asks that the acquit à caution be returned in due form. “It was mentionned yesterday in Sundry Letters arrived from Hambro that the Sweedish army had attacked Wyburg in Finland.”

RC (MHi); 2 p. Enclosure (MHi): Account of disbursements by Limozin for commissions, freight, duties, plumbing and cording, &c. of two shipments: the first consisting of five cases of “Meubles venuës d’Amsterdam” by the ship Le Jeune Bérnard, Captain Claus Arends, totalling 61livre tournois 4s. 3d., and the second being “une futaille Boeuf fumé venu d’Hambourg,” by the ship Le William Elizabeth, Captain A. Bolek, totalling 42livre tournois 13s. 6d. Both statements, in a clerk’s hand on a single sheet, were signed by Limozin and dated 7 Aug. 1788; endorsed by TJ: “Limosin. Accts. subsequent to paimt. of Nov. 1.1787.”

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