|Sir||Amsterdam 30: November 1795|
We have your very esteemed favor of 26: Instant, advising us, You had lying by you, the Money of a Bill of Exchange the Treasury of the United-States had desired your Brother to remit us the Proceeds of, about which You wait our disposal.
The Bearer our good Friend Mr. Jan Tetterode Cashier of this City, setting off for the Hague, We request of you to furnish him the aforesaid Money, against his Bill on us; Which You will please to remit us and that We shall immediately place to credit of the Treasury of the United-States.
We are with great Esteem / Sir / Your most obd hble Servs / For
W & J. Willink and Ourselves
N & J. Van Staphorst & Hubbard
RC(MHi: Adams Papers); internal address: “Thomas B. Adams Esq.”