|Gentlemen—||Grosvr. square Feby 16. 1786—|
On the 30th. of Jany. I desired Messrs. Pullers to
examine an account of Mr. Baker, the Broker, and if they
found it right to pay it, amounting to 49..1..4—and
charge it to you to be by you charged to the United States of America as Expences of
Ministers, being the Charges on the Importation of
my the remainder of my
On Feby. 1st. I accepted two Bills. No. 13 & No. 14. for 200 stg. each dated No. 13. Jany. 15—& No. 14 Jany. 16—at Paris, at usance first of the Sett. in favour of Mr. Grand, drawn by Mr. Barclay
On Feby. 16 I accepted 7 Bills of John Lamb for 2000—stg. in the whole, all dated at Madrid the 25th: of January 1786. at 60 Day’s sight from the Date, payable to the order of Messieurs Etienne Drouilhet & Comp. first of the sett. Letter—A.
The Detail of these Bills are.
1 = 300
2 = 250
3 = 240
4 = 260
5 = 320
6 = 350
7 = 280
£ 2000 stg.