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Your Excellence’s of the 25 th: of last Month, wherewith I have been favoured, did give me very great Satisfaction and Joy of the perfect State of health of Your Excellence and honor ble: Family, and their Safe arrival at Auteuil; I immediately after perusing the Letter, communicated Your Excellence Compliments to Mr: Maclaine, who was very much delighted at Your Kind remembrance of him,...
The orders I have lately reicived from Your Son M r: J: Q: Adams for packing up his goods, on purpose to be Shipped to another End of the World, gave me very great concern, I rather like to unpack, then to pack up, especially for Such for whom I maintain the greatest Esteem and am proud to Serve; I am in this point alike the Hollander, all under een dak van’t huÿs, but changes will and must...
Your Excellency’s good opinion and Satisfaction of my Conduct, and the gracious favour Your Excellency is pleased to bestow upon me, by Your own recommendation to Your Successor, are favours due of my Sincerest and most-dutiful thanks, with an impression of ever remembering Your goodness; I have done no more on my part, in consideration of trust and faithfulness, but which my duty required to...
Your Excellency has been pleased to inform me in Your honored of the 29 th: of last month, that You have been pleased to appoint Mess rs: Willink & Comp. or any person they Should chuse, to be delivered into their hands all Your Effects, remaining under my Care, of this Your order I have immediately acquainted Mess rs: Willinks & Com: begging of them to dispatch the business as Soon as they...
A Surprize, nourished from the contents of the inclosed from Mess rs: Willink & Comp:, obliges me to an immediate address to Your Excellency, as those contents are quite the contrary to Your Excellency’s written and verbal promisses, to Stay in the Service, and that Your Excel y: would graciously condescend to favour me with a recommendation to Your Successor. Your Excellency will graciously...
Your Excellency’s most honoured of the 4 th: hujus arrived too late to be of any Service to me, or time enough to restrain the awful Sentence already past against me from Mess rs: Willinks and Mess rs: van Staphorst. by an ultimatum under the 6 th: of this present, to quitt and clear the hotel against the latter end of this month at the farthest, and in case of non compliance, and Strictest...
Seeing that the whole of mine endeavours either by Your Excel y: or by those Gentlemen of Amsterdam, to Stay in the hotel, only for the time proper for removing, are of non effects; on the contrary Still more hurried and pushed on to depart as Speedy as hardly possible.— With the greatest regreat I have read a paragraph in a favour from Mess rs: van Staphorst of the 1 th: of this month; which...
It is with the greatest reluctance, most honor ble: Sir! that Your continuing Silence, forces me to incumber You again, to weary Your patience, with Sollicitations of which Your Excellency knows too well, that they ought to be granted, because it is Salary, made by Your own agreement, and for which I have Served. Your Excellency will be graciously pleased, to consider that it is too hard to be...
It is with the greatest reluctance, most honor ble. Sir! that Your continuing Silence, forces me to incumber You again, to weary Your patience, with Sollicitations of which Your Excellency knows too well, that they ought to be granted, because it is Salary, made by Your own agreement, and for which I have Served. Your Excellency will be graciously pleased, to consider that it is too hard to be...
The first Phrase I have learnt in my youth, in Latin, was Accidit in puncto quod non Speratur in Anno, which I now justly may apply to the present time, and the precarious changes of fortune. Exactly two years ago, a time always memorable to me, I have been clandestinely, Shamefuly, and inexcusably backbided , and by your Excellency painted with such dark colours from Mr. and Madm. Du Mas,...