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I wrote you and M r Jefferson the last by a Vessel Bound from hence to Liverpool, a Copy of which go’s by this Conveyance to Cadiz—At present I have little to add but that our Journey to Morocco has been postponed by the Governor untill Tomorrow at Sunrise, and that of this Date I have valued on you in Favor of M rs Barclay at usance for one Hundred Pounds Sterg which please to Honor and place...
The Bearer Lieu t. Col: Franks waits upon You with some Dispatches from M r. Jefferson on the subject of which I need Not say much, but as M. Jefferson wishes Me to add any thing that occurs relative to the funds Necessary to accomplish the object, I shall just remark, that My Opinion is, the Presents ought Not to be Compleatly prepared untill we have a Certainty that the Treaty may be...
I think I have a Right now to put you in mind of an old Debt which You owe me, and for which, as I do not desire You to Pay me whole, I will be Content to give you a Discharge in full, on Receipt of one Twentieth Part, and if you will write me a few lines to the Care of Mr. Carmichael, I will record it in place of all the letters I have Troubled you with since my Departure from France. The...
As I passed through Nantes in my way to Bordeaux I received a letter from M rs. Barclay wherin she mentions your Intention of going to England Next Month, and that you wish’d to see me before you set out. I have three public accounts of Consequence to settle at Bordeaux, and shall the Moment they are finish’d proceed home. you will oblige me by letting me Know by a line, addressed to the Care...
Inclosed is a letter for M. Jay Covering Copies of sundry letters to M. Lamb and of one to M. Carmichael. If you will take the Trouble of perusing them, you will see my situation and intentions as Clearly as I Do my self, and I shall, unless I am prevented by some unforeseen encident, have the pleasure of taking your Commands in person for America. Early I hope in July, I will be obliged to...
I hope the Treaty with the Emperor of Morocco and all the Papers Mentiond in My Letter to You and M r. Jefferson of the 2 d. of october are before this time in Paris—The Day following the date of that letter a Copy of which you have Inclosed I was Confined with a Fever, But at length after several Delays some of which were Unavoidable, I sent Every thing Necessary by Col. Franks who went...
I have the honor to inform you that I have valued on you two Bills in Favor of M Grand for Two Hundred Pounds Sterling each viz of the 15 th. N o. 13 at Usance £200— of this Date 14 £——200 which please to honor and Charge to Account of the United States— I shall Probably farther value on you in a few Days from Lorient for £380 Stg. which will make the whole Amount of them (My Bills) £2500 Stg....
Account of Bills of Exchange drawn by the Comm rs. of Loans in America on Henry Laurence & John Adams Esq rs. at Amsterdam.— 1780 Feb y. 25 In whose favor Charles Harady N o. 5 . . . . 1100 . . . . . . . .   1.100 July  6 th. Joseph Carlton from T Smith 137 Bills of 550 Guilders N o. 32 @ 41— 44 @ 61— 65 @ 75 77 @ 79— 82 & 83— 86 @ 103 105 @ 139— 144 @ 152— 167 @ 190 192 & 193 . . . . . say...
I arrived here today and shall Continue my Journey for Tangiers Earlie in the Morning, the Treaty will be forwarded to Paris immediately on my arrival in Europe Of this Date I have valued on you at 10 Days sight in Favor of Mess: Lynch & Bellew for Five hundred Pounds sterling, and for Two hundred and fifty Pounds sterg. making together Seven hundred and fifty Pounds, which please to honor and...
I wrote you Yesterday advising My Bill on you to M Grand N o. 6 for Two Hundred pounds Sterling— I shou’d have been before this time on the road to Madrid, but M r. De Beaumarchais having had his Accounts returned from America with a Reference to me, M. Jefferson thought I ought to give them an Examination so that No reflections hereafter shou’d lye on one of the Servants of the Public, for...