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I. Notes on King’s and Anstey’s Propositions, [ca. 13 June 1801]

I. Notes on King’s and Anstey’s Propositions

[ca. 13 June 1801]

Debt due to Gr. Britain.     mr King’s proposition
Debt from US. to G.B. at commencemt of war 3,040,160 £ sterl.
1: year’s exports from G.B. to US.
deduct insolvencies during war 1,520,080
since recovered by creditors  760,040
interest on that 760,040
23 may still be recovered by the Creditors 1,013,386
sum which he offers to pay 506,694
Mr Anstey’s proposition
debt supposed 2. years exports from G.B. to US. 6,541,952
debit due to Loyalists 500,000
freight, insurance mercantile profit &c.  545,162
deduct ½ for insolvencies during the war 3,793,557
since recovd by creditors ½ 1,896,778
interest on that 1,896,778
23 may be still recovered by the creditors 2,529,038
sum payable to G.B. 1,264,519

MS (DLC: TJ Papers, 234:41914); undated; entirely in TJ’s hand.

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