Mr. Mylius's Compliments to the Honourable Sir Adams, Whereas Mr. van Blomberg is out of the City and doth not returns before Munday next coming, and hath ordered his Clerk to bring any word which might come from You Sir to me, So I did take the Liberty to open your Billet for Mr. van Blomberg and Saw thereby that you desired another Evenings Conversation in Company only with me,2for which Honour I am much obliged to You, whereupon I can Say 189 image that I think it will be next Tuesday Evening the time nearer to be appointed.
The previous conversation between Mylius and JA may have occurred at a meeting held on the evening of 26 Sept., which Hendrik van Blomberg requested in his letter of that date (above).
|When the Loan is of 3/millions Guilders than is the provision for negociating the Capital||f||2 pr. Ct.|
|for the Undertakers to furnish the Capital||"||2 pr. Ct.|
|brokerage||"||½ pr. Ct.|
|Expences of Stamp'd paper for the Bonds printing & protocollating the Same &ca.||"||½ pr. Ct.|
|f||5 pr. Ct.|
|And for the Yearly paying off of 10 pr. Ct. so as is Stipulated and which Should be prolonged or continued again for 10 Years for provision to the house of the Loan||f||1 pr. Ct.|
|the Undertakers||f||1 pr. Ct.|
|brokerage||¼ pr. Ct.|
|2 ¼ pr. Ct.|
|And in Case there might be more negociated than the prolongatie of 10 pr. Ct. than the expences of that greater part are as above||5 pr. Ct.|