|Dear Sir||Mogadore 31st. July 1786|
Above is Copy of a Letter which I wrote this Day to Mr. Jay, and as it contains all that is proper to say at present I shall not now make any additions on the Subject of the Treaty since my arrival in Barbary I have taken up three thousand five hundred Dollars which are disposed of, & for which I shall value on you some time hence, as it is impossible to negotiate Bills on Europe at this place. Tomorrow I am to Set out on my way to Tangers & at present conclude with the Assurance of being always Dear Sir / Your most obt. / Humble Servt.