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Docno: ADMS-06-11-02-0231

Author: Grand, Henry
Recipient: Adams, John
Date: 1781-05-14

From Henry Grand

[salute] Sir

I herewith take the Liberty to send you the State of your Account currt. by which you owe me 24742. 2.11.1 After you have examined it and found it right I shall be obliged to you to remitt me your draft on Dr. Franklin for the amount that we may be ballanced.
I have wrote twice to Mr. Williams at Nantz but to no Effect to Know his disbursments to the 6 Cases of Wine you have in my cellar, in order to repay them to him, and to be able to give you credit for one of the 6 Cases that I have taken for my own use.2
Constantly devoted to your service I remain with great Regard Sir Your most obt. hble. servt.
[signed] Grand
1. The enclosed account has not been found. See JA's reply to Ferdinand Grand, 19 May, below.
2. For the wine sent by Jonathan Williams, see vol. 10:323, 369–370, 414–415.
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