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Being without any of your Excellency’s most Esteemed favours, Shall these principalls Serve to acquaint yoúr Excelly. that by a Letter received from M r. Francis Dana of S t. Petersbourg dated 18 July O.S. that Gentleman advises ús that thro a change of Circumstances happen Since his last Letter to ús. The Credit of £2500.— given formerly in his favour becomes Wholly unnecessary, as he...
Your Excellency’s Letter for the Honourable R: Livingston Esq r. by want of Ships opportunity we recommanded this morning to the Care of M r. Brush, and having received with the french mail the inclosed, we forward it immediately. We have had a great deal of trouble with the Coachman, who made his acc t. that the hire agreed upon of 2ƒ a day till the return made already till now  290 days 2ƒ...
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...
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...
We have the honoúr to acknowledge the Receit of yoúr Excellency’s most esteemed favoúr of 27 th. May. wherein we Observe what yoúr Excell y. is pleased to Say about the Definitive Treaty. but as by all dispensed Accounts we have no great Reason to think of its being Soon Concluded, it may make yoúr Excell ys. Stay at Paris much Longer than yoúr Excell y. self can fooreseen; wherefore Should it...
We observe by the favour of your Excellencies most honour’d letter of 22 Inst. that M r. Grand has laid before your Exc s. a state of the Affairs of the United States under his Care; and that the Dispositions made upon him are Such, that therefore your Exc s. advise us to remit to M r. Grand on account of Said States a sum of half a Million Livres Tournois, if the Cash in our hands, compared...
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...
We take the liberty to apply to your Excellency as we are informed that it is practised by our neighbours to Let their Ships sail under American Colours and Papers, as we have just now bought a vessel of a 150 Tuns, we’d wish to Let it Sail to America, with American papers & colours we request your Excellency’s advice how this is best Practicable, with granting the necessary papers to us, for...
We have before us your Excellency’s esteem’d favour of 23 past, we’ll enquire after the Seven obligations, to exchange the Same if the holders consent to it, we shall pay to M r. de Neufville the Coupons and charge the same to the acc t. of the United States, with the sum Mess rs. Willink have disbursed for your Excellency. we take due notice your Excellency is to dispose in some time 40 a...
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...