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John Adams to Thomas Barclay

7 Oct. 1785

Dear Sir Grosvenor Square Ocr. 7. 1785

Yours of the first I recd. last night—The Bills you have drawn or may draw shall be honored & I shall leave it to your judgement whether it be best for the Interest of the Public, that you draw upon me here or that I write to Messs Willinks & Van Staphorst to remit the Money to Paris if they do, they will choose to remit it, as I suppose to Mr. Vanden Yoer a Banker in Paris.

With expectations of hearing further from you by the next Post your most humble sert.

I have given Col. Franks an order for thirty Guineas, for which he is to be accountable to you

(MHi: Adams Papers).
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