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Your much respected and highly Esteemed favour of the 4th of Septr. last we duelly received and after a due acknowledgment for its agreable Contents are not a little sorry to Informe you that it was not in our power to comply with your desire of shipping the articles you are pleased to order by our freind Mr. Smiths Vessell as she putt in at Ferrol and proceeded from thence back to America....
Since the above duplicatte of our last Respectts to you has Kissed our hands your allways obliging Esteemed favour of the 18th. Jully and therewith your Remmittance for Livers 300 on Paris which in Repply have the pleasure to Informe you has by us been punctually forwarded for Acceptance, as such when in Cash your Account with us will be creditted for the same at the Exchange of 76 Souls per...
We beg leave to Trouble you above with duplicate of our last Respectts to you, and as have had since the very high pleasure and satisfaction of seeing with us your worthy Amable little Son Mr. Charles Adams under the Care of Major Jakson Intending boath to Returne home on Board the Armed Ship the Cicero Capt. Hugh Hill, have with the Majors advice Taken the liberty of altering your...
JA Invoice of One Barrell of Merchandize shippt per the Success Capt. Philip Trash for Newburyport to address of Nathaniel Tracy Esqr. and for Acco. and Risk of Honble. John Adams Esqr. No. 1. 1 Barrell with   1 piece with 25/5 vars Linens at 11rs. per vare 277. 6   6 Do   147 Do Do at 8 Do 1,176.   12 Dozn. Common black Silk Hands. at 100rs. per dozn. 1,200.   6  Do. Do. Collours Do. at 100...
Invoice of Sundries shipp’d per the Phinix James Babson master for Newburyport on Account of the Honble. John Adams Esq. No. 1 a 2. I.A. 1. A Case containing 4. Dozn. of tumblers a 8. rials 48. 2. Do  Cups 8. do. 16. 48. 2. a Barrell 6. lb. Green tea a 60. rs. 360.
Your very much esteemed favours 14th. and 25th. Ultimo came duely to hand, in reply to which have to say that your former haveing reach’d us just before we shipp’d the goods intended on your Account per the Stark, we omitted them, so that we have only to forward you herein the Invoice of these we shipp’d per Capt. Trash which amounting to Rs. Vn. 3608. 6. we have debitted you for them. The...
We have in course been honour’d with your much esteemed 25th. Feby. and 1st Instant and are happy to hear of your safe arrivall at your place of residence where most sincerely wish you all manner of success. We expected ’ere now to have had the pleasure of giving you some agreable intelligence from America, from whence we dayly expectt some arrivalls, but none has apear’d to this day, however...
Last night arriv’d safe the Packett Active Capt. Corbin Barnes belonging to the Navy Board Eastern Department from Boston and New London, by whom have received the enclos’d letters for your good self and the rest of the Gentlemen to whom pray our complements. Capt. C. Barnes putt into Coruna about 10. days ago, and we hear he putt some letters in that post office, but as he is not come ashore...
In consequence of the orders you was pleas’d to directt us to ynvest the value of the 200. dollars in sundry goods and to ship them for America, we have now the satisfaction to enclose you an Invoice of them, being shipp’d on the Phinix Capt. James Babson who sail’d the 5th. Instant for Newburyport, where we have consign’d to our freind Mr. Nathaniel Tracy desiring of him to forward to your...