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[ Amsterdam, 13 Dec. 1787 . Recorded in SJL as received 19 Dec. 1787. Not found. Probably enclosed, with other letters from the same, in TJ to the Commissioners of the Treasury, 30 Dec. 1787 , q.v.]
[ Le Havre, ca. 6 Dec. 1785 . Recorded in SJL as received 8 Dec. 1785 “Without date. About Boylston’s ship.” Not found. TJ struck out “Havre” in the entry.]
[ New York, 14 June 1785 . Recorded in SJL as received 22 July 1785 “by Mr. Mazzei.” Not found.]
Madrid, 29 Jan. 1788 . Introduces Francesco de Molinedo , who will pass through Paris on his way to London, where he will act as chargé d’affaires for the court of Spain. RC ( DLC ); 2 p.; endorsed.
Your letter of the 5th. of January reached me only a very few days ago. Where or how it can have been detained so long, I cannot conceive. One would think it might have passed through the inquisition of both French and English Post offices in half the time. However I forgive them both their neglect and their curiosity since they have sent it to me at last. The information it contains with...
Le Havre, 26 Oct. 1788 . The vessel on which he expects to embark for Baltimore will leave on 30 Oct.; will execute any further commissions TJ may have for America; if there are no changes in the dispatches he received earlier he will carry out his original instructions. [ In postscript :] “ M. et Madme Ruelle ” have arrived in good health and will leave on the same ship. RC ( DLC ); 2 p.; in...
[[ Paris? ], 13 Jan. 1789 . Recorded in SJL as received 16 Jan. 1789. Not found. This may have been from a merchant of imported sealing wax, whose shop was located at “Place & Quai des Quatre Nations, cidevant Place du Carrousel,” from whom TJ received an undated invoice for red, black, and green Holland sealing wax (DLC: TJ Papers, 235:42318).]
[ Paris, 25 July 1788 . Recorded in SJL Index, but not found. It clearly was a covering letter for the return of the protested draft for £50 on Alexander Willock; see Grand & Cie. to TJ, 22 July, and TJ to Banister, 27 July 1788.]
Miss Hare ventures to enclose the Packet, directed for Philadelphia, which accompanies this note, to Mr. Jefferson, upon the strength of Mrs. Berkley’s assurance to Miss Hare, of Mr. Jefferson’s having given his permission for her to do so. Miss Hare hopes therefore, for Mr. Jefferson’s excuse, and that he will pardon this liberty which she is induced to take from an Idea of having no other...
Paris, 1 Feb. 1786 . Informs TJ that a 60-day bill drawn by Carmichael on 24 Nov. 1785 for 4,500 livres is due and has been presented for payment. Has received no advice on bill, nor authorization from the commissioners of the treasury for payment. Has made a note of the holders and awaits TJ’s orders in case he wishes the bill paid from funds deposited by Mr. Barclay. RC ( DLC ); 1 p.;...