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We are honor’d with your Ladyship’s letter of the 15th Jany. last, and deem ourselves peculiarly unfortunate, not to have been more happy in the choice of the Color of Silk we sent you. ’Tis the more painful to us, as we can make no amends but by redoubling our attention and Vigilance, In the execution of your future Commands which we set so high a value on that we consider your Continuance of...
INVOICE of Sundries Shipped on board the Juno William Haydon Commander, bound for Boston. Consign’d to Mr. Isaac Smith Mercht. there, on order, and for Account of the honorable Lady Adams, in Braintree, mark’d, and number’d, as in margin Viz. No. 1 1 Box Containing No. 1 2 Damask Table Cloths 5 by 3 1/4 Ell at f.11 1/2 23 2 2 do.  do. 1 1/2 by 3 1/4 at f. 10 1/4 20 10 3 2 do.  do. 3 1/4 by 3...
We regret that your Ladyship’s letter of 25th April should not have Came to our hands soon enough to have prevented our executing your orders p er the Ship Juno, in Lieu of that of our good friends Messrs. N. & T. Tracey (the Minerva) as a freight of 12 ½ PCt. is an object worth saving. But they were Shipped as early as the 25 May, and we were in hopes you would have received them before now,...
We recieved a Letter which your Excellency did Us the honor of writing us the day before yesterday, observing therein that your Excellency has no Authority to interfere in the direction of the Continental Goods, which Mr. Gillon contracted to convoy to America, but such as You derived from the desire of Dr. Franklin, to take the best Care of them in your power, and that You therefore hold...
Although indisposition and absence may have frustrated our wishes of being first in paying Your Excellency an homage in which our Country partakes so much of, by the success of your negotiations we trust to your Excellencys indulgence for being Satisfied with this apology, and tho’ late, that you will accept of this tribute which yeilds to none in sincerity. Our wishes are in nothing more...
In handing your Excellcy.’s Newspapers received ⅌ the mail which arived this day from England, we add thereto an Accot. receivd. at the same time from the Dutch Consul at Plymouth with receipts for moneys paid to some prisoners in Mill prison by your directions transmitted him thro’ us. Said gentleman makes a request to us, to apply to your Excellency on behalf of a Revd. Mr. Mendes, to which...
We beg leave to reffer ourselves to the letter we wrotte your Excellcy. the 24th. Instt. and have now to enclose your Account Currt. Ballanced in our favour with the sum of f3937: 1: 8 Including the Accot. of Disbursements for the loan In 1781. We shall esteem your Excellcys. ordering our Reimbursement of said sum—and that you Will return us the papers desired by our former—and that you Will...
Debtor: 1780 May 30 To amount of sundries sent to the Honble: Lady Adams Pr: the Brig Hannah Captn: Haydon f 364: 18: — 1781 July 16 To do: Pr: the Ship Minerva Captn: Brown ″ 392: 19: — ″ To Cash pd: Frans P: Vergendo for silks &c as Acct. of 14 June ″ 136:
We now send your Excellency’s Accounts after having deducted the Dutch consuls’ at plymouth for his advances to the prisoners You were pleased to give us a list of except £5:5: Stlgs. thereof as you desired, reserving to ourselves the remainder of those charges. The Ballance of these Accounts is now f3772:17: 8 in our favour. We beg leave to add thereto the Inclosed and to assure you that we...
We have to apprize your Excellency that we have received Two Bills of the United States in date of the 6th. July 1780 No. 84 and 85 a Six Months Sight, to the order of Joseph Carleton, drawn on the Honourble. Henry Laurens Esqr. for f 550 each, and to request you will inform us, where, we are to send ’em for Acceptance, And at the same time that you would be pleased to inform us whether it is...