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I have the Honor to announce to you my several Draughts for £2.000 stg. according to the Note following from Mess rs: Etiene Drouilhet & C o. Bankers— Jean Lamb 60 Days after / Date Pous notre traitte de ce jour—pour sept Lettres sur Londres qu’il nous a fourni sur son Ex cy Monsieur Jean Adams Ministre plenipot r. des Etats Unis. d’Amerique de Jan y . 2[5] th. £300 250 240 260
On the 11 th. Day we ariv d. here I have Drawn on my credite for Twen t y six hundred pounds Sterling in all, Two thousand of which I shall receive on munday next. I hope that, and the Small trinquets which I brought from Paris will introduce me to an audience at Algiers. have mett maney little Disapointments Since we left france which hath Detaind us untill this time. hope to sail from this...
I hereby wish to apprise your Excellency of my Draught of this Date for £200 sg in favor of Mess r Etienne Drouilhet & C o. of Madrid recommended to me by M r Carmichael.—I have nothing material to communicate at present except being upon the Point of Embarkation. Double Usance / N o. 4— I Have the Honor to be / with proper Respect / Your Excellencys / Ob t. Hum ser t
Your Excellency is hereby advised of my second Draught from hence in favor of Mess rs: Etienne Drouilhet & C o. of Madrid Bankers—for £300 Stg. of this date, double Usance.—We sail with the first fair Weather to my last plan of Destination.— With due Deference / I am your Excellency’s / humble servant N o. 5.
After many little Disapointments, I ariv d at Algiers the 25 th March and within the term of three or four Days I found that the whole am t. of the money in my hand belonging to the publick would not purchas the people who are the unfortunates in consequence of which I dispatch d. M r. Randall so that your Excellencyes might have the earlyest notice of our matters in that Quarter: in a short...
I Rec d. Your Excellencys letters of the 20 th ult. I finde by them that M r. Randall had not Come to Paris when they were wrote, by M r. Randall I Stated the Exact Situation of our affaires in Algiers. and sent forw d. a Duplicate to Congress. the Demands at Algiers no Doubt will be greate. my health will by no means admitt of my undertakeing the Journey your Excellency Points out. I Dare say...
I forw’d’ d letters to your Excellency by last Post of which this is mearley a Duplicate as my first may not come to hand: I find your Excellency had not Rec d. my letters which was sent by M r. Randall in those letters I Gave an Exact acct of Algiers as I could collect. and likewise of our affaires in that place and sent Duplicates of the Same to Congress and by Safe opertunity one Via Cadis,...