|Sir||Paris, Novr. 5th. 1785—|
Being prepared to depart from hence—I take the Liberty of advising you of my Draught in Favor of Mr Grand at Usance for three hundred Pounds stg: in two Bills of One hundred and fifty Pounds each for his Accomodation—the reasons of this Delay I suppose you are, or will be informed of by Mr Jefferson. I expect to go on with all possible Expedition to my next place of Destination—and will have the Honor of writing to you from Time to Time as Occasion may require—
I am with due respect / Your Obt sert.