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By Letter I received yesterday fm—Mess rs: Willinks & Van Staphorsts of Amsterdam, I learn with much Concern the misfortune of their associates De la Lande & Fynje, who have stopped payment, indebted to the United States to the amount of one Hundred and twelve Thousand Florins— This House was recommended to me by the best and most judicious Friends of America in Amsterdam, and altho’ my...
Yesterday I received the Letter, you did me the honor to write on the 6 th. of April, and to day, your Letter to mess rs. Willinks & C o. inclosing a Bill of exchange was forwarded by Post— As m r. Barclay and M r. Lamb are sett out upon their travels, and we know that the former is arrived at algiers, and the Latter has passed Madrid on his Way to Morocco it is not in my Power to withhold the...
In compliance with your Directions, I do myself the honor to inclose to you, a List of all the Draughts of money, which have been made by me, whether on a public or private account since the first day of August 1785. Sometime ago, I transmitted to M r. Barclay according to the Resolutions of Congress, all my Accounts up to that Day, —after the Examination he made a settlement of them and...
Yesterday I received the Letter, you did me the honor to write on the 5 th. of April, and to day, your Letter to Mess rs. Willinks & C o. inclosing a Bill of exchange was forwarded by Post—As M r. Barclay and M r. Lamb are sett out upon their travels, and We Know that the former is arrived at Algiers, and the Latter has passed Madrid on his Way to Morocco it is not in my Power to withhold the...