Benjamin Franklin Papers

From Benjamin Franklin to Gourlade & Moylan, 10 October 1780

To Gourlade & Moylan

Copy: Library of Congress

Passy Oct. 10. 1780.


The foregoing is Copy of a Letter3 to which I have received no answer. In the mean time Sundry other Bills have been presented to me viz

For 672. 13s. in fav. of Parementier } dated 7 Sept. 80.
For 5608. 2. fav. of Laurent Bené
For 300. fav. of Maurice dated 6. Do.

all which I have accepted.4 But am much dissatisfied with being so continually drawn upon without receiving any Advice or any Accounts, I have the Honour to be.

Messrs. Gourlade et Moylan.

[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

3An asterisk here in the text refers to a marginal note identifying the letter as BF’s to Gourlade & Moylan of Sept. 7.

4These were presented by Richard le jeune, Grand, and Juvel neveux & Cauchoit (see that firm’s letter, of Sept. 22 above): WTF’s list of bills drawn on BF by Gourlade & Moylan, APS.

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