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Letter not found: from Wakelin Welch & Son, 7 Mar. 1787. On 8 Jan. 1788 GW wrote Welch & Son : “I have recd your letter of the 7th of March.”
Letter not found: from Wakelin Welch & Son, 14 July 1787. On 8 Jan. 1788 GW wrote Welch & Son : “I have recd your letter of the . . . 14th of July.”
Govr Morris did us the honr of delivering your Excellencys Letter himself, we were made very happy by having such an Oppo. in conversing with a Person of his Sensibility, if any thing in our Power had offerd, of rendering him the least Service, we assurd him he might command us. His stay in London will be but short, as he purposes of returning to France very soon, from whence he has but just...
We had the honr of receiving your Excellencys favour of the 16th Augst the two inclos’d Letters therein we forwarded & whenever Messrs Fenwick & Co. draws for the Wine their order shall be punctualy paid. One Adams here is Suppos’d to be the first optician we have, he purposes to make the Terrestial Globe upon the New & approv’d method, it may take up two Months to Compleat & that will be as...
Since ours of the 8th Oct. to your Excellency, we recd the Bag by the Packet & prior to our forwarding it, to Mr Young, we found that a Gentleman one Mr John Symonds a Neighbour of his, had during Mr Youngs absence who was then in France, the sole transaction of his Affairs, we therefore wrote him, he observed that he had receivd the Letters we had the hon⟨r⟩ of sending from You, & desird we...
We had the honor of receiving your Excellencys favors of 13th Octr & 1st March by the hands of Mr Morris. Mr Morris has given his orders for the ornaments suitable for your dining Table, & for which, we have promised to pay, he observed that by sending some Goods, for you while he was in France⟨,⟩ he had advanced near £100, which if the Balance due to you in our hands would admit he should be...
Inclosed is copy of the last which we took the Honor of forwarding to your Excellency by the New York Packet. Since which Mr Morris drew on us for £91. which is all he says that he may want The Balance remaining of £4.16 we suppose will be sufficient to repay Mr Young for any charge he might have been at in sending the Books. We most Respectfully are Your Excellency’s Much Hond and Obliged...
Col: Humphrys did us the honor, of handing your Secretary’s favor of 25th Augt, by which we perceive, that had we advanced to Mr Morris, more than your Excellency’s Balance of £95.16., then the Bill of £60 which Col: Humphrys had, was to be delivered to us; otherways Mr Morris was to receive it. The money requested from us by Mr Morris and which he then thought full sufficient was £91.—we...
Prior to our being honored with your Excellency’s Letter of 22d Jany Messrs Fenwick Mason & Co. of Bourdeaux drew on us for £20.13.7 on your account which we immediately paid. We offered to repay Messrs Phyn & Co. the £60 but they say they knew nothing about it. should Gov. Morris draw on them they will call on us but do not chuse to receive it before. Therefore it may so happen, that Mr...
Inclosed we trouble your Excellency with copy of our last of 5th March which we forwarded by the New York Packet since then nothing has transpired from Mr Morris from which we may suppose he is still in France. Mr Young about ten days ago sent us a case containing a Bag of Seeds, Books & some Yarn manufactured from your own Fleece of Wool which he sends ⟨ mutilated ⟩ a curiosity. This last...