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The generous Exertions of the Marquis de la fayette, having obtained prosals for introducing a Quantity of Oil into the Kingdom of France, free from Duty, have been undoubtedly comunicated to your Excellency.— The Terms on which the Offers have been made, have not been aceeded to, for reasons given by the Merchants in Boston, thro’ the Medium of M r Breck The present unsettled state of our...
M r Jefferson having inform’d me that he has an Opportunity of forwarding some Letters to London to morrow, I have taken the Liberty of sending one to your Address & to ask the favour of you to send it to Mess Rogers & Bromfeild— I am happy in acquainting you that I have before me, a prospect of effecting something which may materially promote the Trade of our Country thro’ the Exertions of...
I have delayed for some Time writing to your Excellency, being desirous of compleating some g. of Importance.— I have now the pleasure of informing you, that I have contracted in my own Name, & in behalf of others in America, for Oil to the Am t of 400,000 Livres per annum, for 6 years, at a price which I think will answer, I have the Guarrantee of Mess Le Couteulx, for accepting 1/3 bills on...
I have delayed for some Time writing to your Excellency, being desirous of compleating some g of Importance.—I have now the pleasure of informing you, that I have contracted in my own Name, & in behalf of others in America, for Oil to the Am t of 400,000 Livres p annum, for 6 years, at a price which I think will answer, I have the Guarrantee of Mess Le Couteulx, for accepting 1/3 bills on...
The Friendship which you have formerly profess’d for me, & the repeated proofs which I have had of it—induces me to ask the favour of intrusting you with the Conduct of a Matter in which my future happiness & that of my family is involved. When my Brother was in England he took up a Quantity of Crockery ware on a joint Acc t of himself & me—of Warburton & Randall on the Arrival the same was...
Having an Opportunity by M r De Valnais—I take the Liberty of writing you once more on the Subject of my Affair with M r Robarts I have rec d a Letter from him in Ans r. to that which I did myself the honour to inclose to your Excellency—He thinks that in my Adjustment at Boston I did not act fairly in not including him on for the joint Notes of my Brother & myself to Warburton & Randal—I did...