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We beg leave to introduce to your Excellency’s acquaintance, the Bearer Mr. Joseph Ceracchi Native of Rome & an eminent Sculptor, requesting your Excellency to render him every service and civility in your Power, under our assurance of his being well worthy of them, and that your Excellency will thereby particularly oblige those who on similar & all other occasions are with great regard &...
The present will We hope be delivered to you, by our very particular and highly esteemed Friend Mr. A. G. Massa, Who having distinguished himself greatly and advantageously in the cause of Liberty and Humanity, in the struggle made here for the Rights of both; After the defeat of his Party thro’ foreign Invasion, the purpose seeking the Enjoyment of those valuable Priviledges: To enable him to...
On the 26th. last Month only we received your respected favor of 2 Decbr to our Predecessors, accompanying the Second and Third Volumes of Your Defence of the American Constitutions, to compleat the Setts presented us; For which Mark of your Friendship and Remembrance, Please accept our hearty Thanks. Your departure from Europe, has been followed by Events of infinite importance indeed; Here...
Confirming our last respects of 14 Ultimo, We have now but to transmit You the Account Current of the United States with us, up to 31st January last, the Balance whereon, due by us Holld. Curry. f 923,284.13.8. We transfer to the Credit of the United States in a New Account. The Delivery of the Bonds the preceeding Month has been very brisk: Among them were 144. Bonds of the Half of the Loan...
The Situation of affairs here, as we had the honor to point it out to you in our Respects of 4 & 28 Ulto. naturally urged our every attention, to provide for the support of the Credit of the United States, at the fast approaching Period of the first of June, when was to be paid f.1.000.000.—Reimbursement “ 470.000.—Interest All the monies in our hands, having been more than absorbed by the...
[ Amsterdam, October 4, 1793. On October 15, 1793, Willink, Van Staphorst, and Hubbard wrote to Hamilton : “We beg leave to refer You to our last Respects of 4 Instant.” Letter not found. ]
Since our last respects of 24th Ultimo, We have your esteemed favor of 21st. January, advising the Treasurer would remit us a Bill of the Bank of the United States on ourselves for Ho. Cy. f 400,000. Which We have received, and is to the Credit of the United States. Our preceeding Letter will have testified that We have been equally impressed with yourself, of the propriety and importance of...
We had the pleasure to address you the 27th. ulto. and are since favored with your esteemed of 26th. October forwarded to us from Glasgow by Tobias Lear Esqr. who purposes to visit this City in March next, when you may depend upon his experiencing from us, those attentions, Civilities, and services, We shall at all times be happy in shewing to your recommendations. You have been regularly...
Conformable to our last respects of 1 Instant We have now the pleasure to transmit You inclosed Bill of Lading and Invoice of 89 Casks Salpetre, consigned to You by our order, by David Henry Rowohl of Hamburgh per the Bacchus bound to Philadelphia, Richard George Master, amounting to Holland Currency f 42,579.14. 8 f 46,000. Insurance upon ditto, at 6 percent f 2.760.—  Policy 3.12– Our...
Confirming our last Respects of 14 Ultimo, we have now but to announce to you, that immediately upon learning from Mr. Short the passage thro’ the Straights of an Algerine Fleet of cruizers against the Vessels of the United States We communicated same to the Masters of the American Ships here and likewise to the Minister at Paris and consul at Bordeaux, for the information of the Captains who...