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May it please yoúr Excellency that we thank her for the most kind reception I had the honoúr to meet with. I am sorry my time is so múch taken úp in this moment that I could not make my visit longer and accept of the honoúr offerd me; there is no news aboút the loan; I am very much pleased Yoúr Excellency is so indifferent aboút it for the present, as I can scarcely doúbt it will do in good...
May we begg leave to mention to Yoúr Excellency that nothing materiall hath happend Since oúrs of Yesterday. The greatest news we now múst expect from the Hagúe as oúr States will be Assembled, for we múst not mind for false reports, Súch as that which had been spread to day that Vlissingen was taken by the English, by and by I hope we will learn not to be intimidated, and then see the Spirits...
May it please Yoúr Excellency to receive by this Conveyance pro­ visionally two hundred of the bonds or obligations with the coupons there to belonging. If it could be convenient, we should look úpon it as a favoúr if yoúr Excellency was so kind as to retúrn ús a very small part of them with her Sanction, we wish we may want before the Month of Aprill a greater qúantity then as yett we are...
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...
We begg leave to thank yoúr Excellency for her most obliging favoúr of Yesterday, with the inclosed bills Accepted, may we begg the same favoúr for 7 Others since received and here annexed. We shall not troúble Yoúr Excellency with any new proposalls respecting the Loan, observing she wishes not to exceed the terms already proposed; we had the honoúr to acquaint yoúr Excellency that we should...
May we begg leave to offer to Yoúr Excellency annexed to this present fifty bonds or obligations with the thereto belonging Coupons to which nothing is wanted butt to be signd by Yoúr Excellency; they are numberd from Númber 21 to 30, and from Number 131 to 170. It will make ús easy if we may be acquainted they are in Yoúr Excellencys possession, and if we may know there are more wanted we...
While as the generall Congress of the United States of North America, in which the supreme Legislatúre of this extensive coúntrie Resides, hath Resolved for the benefitt of the common wealth to borrow abroad a certain súmm of money and to make a loan; and as Congress hath aúthorised and qualified, and do aúthorize and qualify there to by force of this present Mr. John de Neufville & Son at...
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: