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Amsterdam, 11 May 1789 . Is honored by TJ’s “highly respected favor of 3rd. Instant” which merits his “most sincere warm Acknowledgments.” He hopes his new establishment will furnish “frequent Opportunities to render … usefull or agreeable Offices” to TJ. RC ( DLC ); 1 p.; MS slightly mutilated. Recorded in SJL as received 17 May 1789.
We had the honor to remit Your Excellency £169,718.16 the 10th. Inst. in 23 Bills of Exchange and now inclose 110,281.  4 in 22 Do. ⅌ inclosed List. together £280,000 for accounts of the United States; being the Amount requisite for payment of the Arrears of Interest due to Foreign Officers and for completing the Article of Medals; The Receipt whereof We request Your Excellency’s...
[ Amsterdam, December 29, 1789. On January 25, 1790, Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard wrote to Hamilton : “We had the Honor to address you the 29 Ulto.” Letter not found. ]
We had the Honor to address you the 29 Ulto. since when we have not received any of your respected favors. We have now to acquaint you that the Persons employed by the Court of France here, and the principal Broker in the French funds, foreseeing that the Situation of the Finances of that Country would put it out of the Power of the Governmt. to make timely Provision for the payement of the...
[ Amsterdam, December 23, 1790. “Mr. Short informed us It was expected also, He should be able to fix more advantageous Conditions for the Charges of the future Loans, and notwithstanding We assured him the last Loan at Four and an half per Cent for Commission, Premiums, Brokerage, and all other Expences was as reasonable as It ought to be, as well as much cheaper than Russia and the other...
[ Amsterdam, March 1, 1791. “You’ll thereby see, that after deducting 2 Pr. Cent Premium ½ ⅌ Ct. Brokerage ½ ⅌ Ct. for Seals, Notary’s Signatures, Charges &c. Advertisements, Papers for the Bonds and other incidental Expences, there remains but 1 “   “ for our Commission 4 Per Cent that We fixed with Mr. Short to do the Business for: We at that time calculated to give but 1½ per Cent Premium...
We have the honor to inclose a Letter We received for you this Morning ⅌ the English Mail, which brought us late Intelligence from America. It is with satisfaction We inform you, that We have delivered near all the Bonds of the Loan of March, and that the actual Price for them is ¾ ⅌ Cent above Par. They will probably still rise, and We flatter ourselves sufficiently high, by postponing yet...
In reply to your respected favor of 26 Ultimo, We acquaint you, that the Order You purpose giving us to pay One Million of Florins unto the Director-General of the Finances of France, shall be punctually complied with, in the Mode that Minister will desire. All the Bonds of the Loan of March last are now delivered; And We do not doubt, We should be able in the present Moment, to procure a New...
We have your respected favor of 15 Instant, in consequence of which We have confirmed to Messr. Hogguer Grand & Co. our having received your Order to pay them f500,000.—.—. on account of the U.S. and our readiness to fulfill it. They will apply to us for the Money so soon as they shall be authorized by the Commissaries of the Treasury; When We will endeavor to fix the Exchange at a just and...
[ Amsterdam, August 25, 1791. On August 29, 1791, Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard wrote to William Short: “Begging leave to confirm our Respects to you of 25 Instant, We have now the honor to inclose you Triplicate of our Letter of same date to the Secretary of the Treasury of the United-States.” Letter not found. ] The letter from Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard to Short is quoted in...