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[ Le Havre, 24 Nov. 1785 . Recorded in SJL as received 1 Dec. 1785. Not found.]
Le Havre, 17 Mch. 1786. The “American Ship Hanover, burthen 400 Tuns, commanded by Williams,” is lying in port and will sail for Virginia; any goods which TJ or his friends may wish to ship to that part of America should be sent by land, to his care, at once; will execute any commissions TJ may have for him. RC ( MHi ); 1 p.; endorsed. Noted in SJL as received 31 Apr. [1 May?]; 1786.
Le Havre, 16 Nov. 1788 . States that The Sally , Capt. Kennedy, sailed “this day” on a favorable wind. RC ( MHi ); 2 p.; endorsed.
Le Havre, 5 May. 1787. Encloses a letter for TJ which “I received yesterday by the English Mail … under my Cover.” He hopes to hear soon of TJ’s safe return to Paris. RC ( MHi ); 2 p.; addressed and endorsed. This is probably the letter from Limozin which TJ recorded in SJL as without date and as received 25 May 1787 at Bordeaux. Enclosure not identified.
[ Le Havre, 2 Dec. 1785. Recorded in SJL as received 5 Dec. 1785. Not found.]
Le Havre, 24 Sep. 1787. Since his letter of 23 Sep., has received TJ’s letter of 22 Sep. and will try to place its enclosure in Bourgoin’s hands; will be happy if TJ’s application for the reduction of duties on tar, pitch, and turpentine, and the local duty at Rouen on potash succeeds. RC ( MHi ); 2 p.; endorsed.
Havre de Grace, 19 Nov. 1787 . Did not have time to read the letter he wrote on 18 Nov. before it was sent; on reading the copy, notices that he or his clerk made some mistakes, including the mention of the year “1763” which should be “1783”; reminds TJ that he did not answer that part of his letter which asked an “opinion if that agreement with the British Court will last 6 or 7 months...
[ Le Havre, 11 Oct. 1785 . Recorded in SJL as received 13 Oct. 1785 with Limozin’s other letter of this date. Not found.]
Le Havre, 4 Jan. 1788 . Received TJ’s letter of the 2d covering a large parcel for Jay, but TJ forgot to enclose for Limozin the letter from Lambert and the arrêt. Bundle for Jay will be forwarded on the Juno , Captain Jenkins. RC ( MHi ); endorsed.
Le Havre, 5 Jan. 1788 . Acknowledges TJ’s letter of 31 Dec. 1787 covering the “arret and the Letter from the Comptroller General‥‥ I expected good many more favors than those granted.” RC ( MHi ); 2 p.; endorsed. See TJ to American agents, 31 Dec. 1787 .