|Sir!||Amsterdam 24 December 1795.|
We have before us your esteemed favors of 17 and 18 Instant.
Having received a letter of 11 Inst. from Mr. Monroe, relative to drawing upon him, We by this evenings mail acquaint him the impossibility, to comply with such a request.
We have the pleasure to inform you, that a Vessel is arrived at Texel with a Cargo of Sugar and Coffee to our address, the proceeds of which is to be placed to the Credit of the United States: We have in consequence given orders, to advertise the payment of the interest due here the 1 proximo by the United States.
We are with esteem / Sir! / Your mo: ob: hb: servants
Wilhem & Jan Willink
N & J. Van Staphorst & Hubbard
RC(MHi: Adams Papers); internal address: “Thos. B. Adams Esq.”