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We refer to what we had the Honour to write yoúr Excellency the 24 th. of this month. Since we received your much esteemed favoúr of the 19 th. Inst t: whereby yoú Excellency was pleased to sent ús half a dozen Passports to be used by ús. we are much obliged for yoúr Excellency’s attention, & Shall make the needfull use of ’em, if it happen we want any more we Shall be free with the permission...
After the letter we had the honour of writing to your Excellency having got a Conversation about the Prospectus of the Loan, we think it would be more easy and convenient for yr. Excellency, to pass five Bonds, each of one Million of Guilders in our favour, authorising and empowering us to divide them in Bonds of thousand Guilders each, under our hands, which Should be Saving a good deal of...
Being without any of your favours, we take the liberty to addres you these few lines, on occasion that we are informed by M r. Grand, that M r. Morris has again furnish’d some drafts on him, to the amount of about £400,000— tourn s. , for which M r. Grand desires our remittances. We did not receive from M r. Morris any information nor disposition about those drafts. however it seems to us very...
We take the liberty to trouble your Excellency on a demand of M r Grand, to remit to him the remainder of what we have in cash for Congress on acc t. of some disposition made on him by his Excellency Rob t. Morris Esq r. By his writing it Seems to us Said Gentleman has not indicated a credit on us to him and his Excellency having made a beginning to draw directly on us, and considering the...
In Consequence of yoúr Excellency’s Esteemed Letter of the 13 th. Inst t. a Credit of £2500—Sterl Will be given in favoúr of M r. Francis Dana at Petersbourg for accóunt of Congress. not doubting of their Approbation on yoúr Excellency’s proceedings. We Should be glad to Know if your Excell s. intentions are to be Shortly here again, than if yoúr Excellencys Occupations Shall make your Stay...
In conformity of our agreement we have the honor to accompany your Excellency herewith 25 English and 25 dutch copies of the General Bonds of the Loan of Five Millions for the United States of America, viz: five copies of each Million, to be forwarded to Congress by five different opportunities, in order to get the Ratification thereon. Respecting the Rent of your House we have Spoken to the...
We refer to what we had the honour to write you the Inst. Since we received your much esteem’d favour of 19 th. of this month, by which you are pleased to advise us to remit again to M r. Grand, for account of the United states, 400,000 french Liv s. In consequence of this advise, we remit this very day part of that Sum, and we’ll continue to do so, till the whole sum will be compleated. We...
We duely receiv’d the Letter with which your Excellency pleased to favour us the 19 th. of Novemb r. past, by which we observe Mess s. Le Couteulx and M r. Grand Call’d upon Yoúr Excellency, to Conferr, about the Subject on Which we beg’d yoúr approbation. The Opinion of Yoúr Excellency, tho given as a private Citisen is of more Consideration to ús, then that we Should go forward by...
We received at three ô clock the honour of your Excellencies Esteemed favour of 5 inst, in consequence of wh ch. we assure M r. Grand to provide him in a Month time with one Million and a half Livres on acc t. of the United States in consequence of the respected orders of his Excellency R. Morris Esq r Super Intendant of Finance, part of wh ch. will remit him the first mail the 10 inst. and we...
None of yoúr Excellency’s favours to answer Since our Last of 2 Jann y . whereby we acquainted yoúr Excellency the Compleating of the £[ ₶ ]400/M Desired by M r: Grand at Paris. the drafts we paid of B o ƒ2200.— accepted by yoúr Excellency. and the distribútion of Obligations during the month of December. amounting to a Sum of ƒ24000.—. Having Since wrote to his Excellency Robert Morris Esq r....