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I had the pleasure yesterday to receive my harpsichord in good order, and to withdraw from the Douane your acquit á caution No. 143. which I now inclose you with many thanks for your attentions. I have the honour to be with much esteem and regard Gentlemen Your most obedient & most humble servant, PrC ( MHi ). Enclosure missing.
I am honoured with your letter of Jan. 8. on the subject of the duties paid by Mr. Boylston on his cargo of whale oil, but being about to take a journey which will absent me from Paris three months, it will be necessary for Mr. Boylston to desire his correspondent at this place to undertake the sollicitation of that reimbursement. Your bill for 59₶ 5s has been presented to-day and paid. I sent...
Having reason to believe that the harpsichord I expected from England will arrive soon at Rouen addressed to your care, I have obtained a passport for it to prevent it’s being opened at Rouen, as I have directed it to be very well packed. I now inclose the passport and will beg the favor of you to have the harpsichord sent up by water. I am sorry I could not save the necessity of an Acquit a...
I have this day received from the Douane the box with the copying press you were so kind as to forward to me from Mr. Woodmason of London. I take the first moment therefore to inclose to you the Acquit a caution No. 94. which you were so kind as to enter into for me. I inclose at the same time a bill of lading for the harpsichord I took the liberty of having addressed to your care. I had...
In my letter of Sep. 3. I had the honour to inclose you a bill of lading for a harpsichord shipped at London on board the ship James, whereof James Dunn was master, and which I had taken the liberty of having addressed to you. Hearing nothing of it’s arrival I wrote to my friend in London to know if the vessel was actually sailed. He informs me by a letter of Oct. 30. that the vessel had left...
I have now the honour to inclose you a paper from the Douane equivalent to the Acquit a caution which they have mislaid. They insist that the variation between the Acquit described in this paper, and that described in your letter proceeds from an error in the latter, and that no such Acquit á caution as you describe has been transmitted to them. I wish however the error may not be with them:...
I have received your favor of the 10th. instant and yesterday your bill for 87₶-15–6 was presented and paid. As I know that the carts are sometimes later in setting out with their charge than what they give reason to expect, I wish it may be the case in this instance, as I would rather that my harpsichord should be withdrawn from the cart if it is still at Rouen, and sent by water. I am...
I have taken the liberty of desiring Messieurs Féger and Gramont of Bourdeaux to send me a parcel of wine addressed to your care. I will ask the favor of you to forward it by land, as the conveiance by water is very slow and incertain. I expect that a harpsichord will be sent me from England, addressed also to your care. This I will pray you to order up by water, as it would be ruined coming...