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We have the pleasure to request your remembrance of your dutch friends, and hope to learn your safe arrival & health with your family, whch blessing we wish you to enjoy of for many years to come. We have distributed of your books bound as prescribed, according to your note & Letter, & are enjoined by the Gentlemen to forward their thanks for this mark of politeness, we shall be happy to...
We are honored with Your Excellency’s respected favor of 2 Inst. with Copy of the Resolution of Congress conveying your Recall, and a Testimony of your Services and Merits, the more honorable, as it comes from the only Source capable of appreciating justly their value. Upon which please accept our Congratulations, together with our Wishes for your safe return to your native country, Where we...
We are honored with Your Excellency’s respected favor of 22 Inst. informing us You and Colo. Smith will require £3000. Stg. previous to your Departure from Europe. Messrs Pullers had already acquainted us therewith and have Orders to hold that sum at your disposal. The Bills on Mr. Rucker are regularly received by us. We take notice of your Dereliction of the affairs of the United-States, and...
We have before us your Excell favor of 4 ins inclosing 20 coupons due 1 febr @ 40ƒ ƒ 800 20 do. —1 June next 50 ƒ 1000 ƒ 1800 Whch. payments we anticipate with much pleasure as we have no doubts to receive the remittd from the board of treasury to discharge the June interest & in consequence we inclose you two new bonds ƒ 2000— purchased at 76 1/21 & 6 ƒ 1730 of whch we also keep the Coupons &...
Being deprived of Your Excellency’s esteemed favors, since our last respects of 8 Inst. We have now only to request you to inform us by return the Mail; Whether the Drafts you mentioned to be obliged to accept for acct. of the United-States, form Part of the Fifteen or Sixteen Hundred Guineas, you purpose drawing for? If not, to what Amount the said Acceptance may extend? Likewise, the sums we...
Being without any of your Excellency’s esteemed favors unreplied to, The Purport of the present is to acquaint you, that on the 22nd. Inst. we received a Letter from His Excellency Thos: Jefferson, Esqr: Minister from the United-States to the Court of Versailles, notifying to us that Messrs. H. Fizeaux & Co. of this City, had applied to him for ƒ51,000—to pay off so much borrowed by them for...
We have been duly honor’d with your Excellency’s Letters of 15 Novr. & 10 Inst:, the former contained your Excell’ys Approbation of the advances made to Mr. Jefferson on account of the United States, as well of what said Gentleman might have occasion for ’till we receive further directions thereon from Congress, or the Board of Treasury, in Consequence of which we have Continued furnishing him...
His Excelly. Jefferson Esqr. has applyed to us, to honor his drafts monthly for abt. 5000 £ and advised, that your Excelly should authorize us, if we desired it, and he has alreddy drawn ƒ5492.14 whch: we in consequence have payed & accepted, since we have not the least orders from the Board of Treasury, & the Sum can amount in Course to Something considerable, we pray your Excelly, to give us...
We have received your esteemed favor, and we are ready to comply with the contents, Mrssrs. van Staphorst are of a different opinion & will write to your Excellency by this conveyance, & on acct. of the agio we shall commit to put it in Bco. till your answer. We have the honor to Remain / With great esteem / Sir Your most Obedt. Humb Servants MHi : Adams Papers.
By our present communications we think it our duty to give you in consideration, whether it would not be the most sure to put in the Bank the money we have the other house has in hands belonging to Congress, Since we consider it the most sure place for security in case of unhappy tribulation. if you judge it proper, you’ll order the Houses to put the object each had in hands in banks, but we...