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We are expecting Your Obligation whch. drew a premium of ƒ1000— and as your intrest is dear to us we considered advantageous to buy for you two oblig: instead of one, whch. we did with brokeridge ƒ2000— 98¼ per Ct. ƒ1765:— the premium to receive ƒ1000— your intrest Coupons now due on your ƒ10000— 400— ƒ1400— remains due to us ƒ565— forwhch. you can give us an order on the houses on acct. of...
We Shall be Extreemely glad to hear of your Safe arrival, and that you are enjoying a perfect health. We convey you herewith one obligation which you forget to sign, please to return it. As also a translation to forward it to Congress to have it ratified—We beg likewise you’ll be so good to Send us 2 Copies of the Letter Wrote by you to Congress, in order to Send them with two translations of...
We did ourselves the pleasure of waiting on your Excellency per last mail, under the date of the 8 Inst: advising that your Excellency had by mistake omitted to Sign four obligations, and that we should forward them for the addition thereof, per first trader from hence for London.– This we now find to be an error Occasioned by the Notary, as on Examination we find the secretary that signs on...
We have the honor of your Excellency’s favor of l9 th Instant, with a letter of the Hon ble Commissioners of the Treasury Board, conveying a Remittance of £144,000…, as M r. Morris is used to convey always a letter of advice with his drafts, we pray you will look among your papers for it, as Mess rs. Willinks want the Same. We know of the endeavours bestowed to make Newyork concurr with the...
We are honored by your Excellency’s respected Favor of 1 Ins t. with an Enclosure from the Board of Treasury of the United-States, whereof we transmit a Copy for Your Excellency’s Perusal and Government. In directing the Payment of the Premiums ƒ60,000.—to be effected in new Bonds, the Commissioners appear to have been apprehensive, they should not be able to provide timely for the February...
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.
We have the Honor to inclose Your Excellency, a Letter from the Honble the Commissioners to the Board of Treasury of the United-States; Which came open to us, with a Resolve of Congress of 15 February last; Submitting them to your Consideration, We have to acquaint you the Board of Treasury has wrote to us in conformity.— Co-inciding fully with the Resolve of Congress & Opinion of the...
We have the Honor to acquaint Your Excellency, that agreeable to the Conditions of the Loan of Two Millions raised for the United States, the Second Drawing of Premiums was effected the 25 th. Instant to the Amount of Sixty Thousand Guilders; Which it is at the Option of the United States, to pay in New Bonds the 1 st. February 1787 or in Specie Six Months after the Drawing. The first drawing...
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...