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We differed answering the letter your Excellency honored us with the 8 Inst., Inclosing a passport for a harpsicord, which when here shall be sent you by water, untill we received tiding of it, but getting none, we deem it necessary to own receipt. Mr. Woodmason sent us par the Rouen Packet a Case for your Excellency, we got it Corded and Plombed and sent by acquit a Caution No. 94 which you...
We are desired by Mr. Thoms. Boylston to apply to your Excellency, and to beg the favour of you, to take such Measures as may be necessary, to secure him the repayment of the duties which he paid last year on his oil, which is an object of £9252: its in Consequence of the letter M. de Callonne wrote your Excellency the 22d. of last october, which you forwarded me the 29th. same Month, that Mr....
Rouen, 10 Nov. 1787 . Have sent the harpsichord by cart and hope it arrives safely; ask that the “acquit à Caution No. 143” which goes by the “Cartman” be returned; attach their statement of disbursements, amounting to 87.₶ 15s. 6d., for which they have drawn a sight draft on TJ. RC ( MHi ); 3 p.; with statement of account written on verso of address cover; addressed and endorsed. Noted in SJL...
Rouen, 29 June 1787. Acknowledge TJ’s letter of 24 June; they will forward the four cases of wine by land and the harpsichord from England by water, as soon as they arrive. They have also received from “a Mr. Js. Woodman [Woodmason] of London” a bill of lading for “a Patent copying Machine,” shipped on board the Adventure , Captain Damon, and will advise TJ when the three items are sent off....
The acquit for your Excellencys things has not been returned; they would not Give a duplicate of it; the original one is No. 1477 and is dated the 21 october 1786: we shall be much obliged to you to Give the necessary orders about it before your departure, for if it is not returned discharged, or some other document to serve in its stead, it will be attended with very disagreable Consequences,...
We have the honor to remitt you Inclosed the notes of our disbursments for your Excellency importing £59.5 which have taken the liberty to value on you at sight order of Messr. Perregaux & Co. which please to own. With the small Case of Books there was an Acquit à Caution de Librairie which beg you’ll send for to the Customhouse or the Chambre Sindicalle and return it us. We are on all your...
Rouen, 5 Nov. 1787. Have received TJ’s letter of 4 Nov. and wish to inform him that the ship James arrived two days ago and is now being unloaded; will unload the harpsichord as soon as it can be reached. “Its lucky that Matters are made up, but I fear it won’t be of a long Standing, the troubles in the East may Sooner or later kick up a Dust its not the Interest of Either France or England...
In reply to your Excellencys letter, our reason for sending the Harpsicord by Land was because that it would have cost more by water, and the river being out, the delay might have prouved too long; we send Musical instruments to Paris every day by Land, as yet we have had no complaint of their meeting with any accident. As it was well packed and in Good order when it left Roüen, we are...
Rouen, 21 July 1787 . Have forwarded four cases of wine from Feger Gramont & Cie. of Bordeaux, which cases should be delivered in five days “by Bleig’s Cart”; will send a note of the charges when freight has been paid. Woodmason, of London, has sent a bill of lading for a copying press which will be forwarded on arrival. RC ( MHi ); 2 p.; endorsed. Recorded in SJL as received 22 July 1787.