The United States to John Adams
|To four hundred Dollars, stolen out of my Chest at Dr: Franklin's at Passy. The bottom of the Box was broke out & the money taken away. . . .|
||To Expences of a Journey fm. Amsterdam to Paris began the 2d. July & returned to Amsterdam the 27th. Went thro' Utrecht, Gorcum, Breda, Antwerp, Brussells, Valenciennes &c. The whole expense of Coach & Horse-hire, Expenses on the Road, and at Paris—amo:||livrs. 3345.||—|
|As I was obliged to take this journey, by my Commissn: for Peace, & the Expences of my family at Amsterdam could not be prevented fm. running on at the same time, the matter is submitted for an allowance.|
||To Articles in Mr: Grand's a/c—30th. April. 1781.1 Commissr: at Amsterdam on Livrs: 37348 p ½. pr.Ct.||186.||14.||9|
|Postage of Letters||127.||10||—|
|To Articles in Acct: of Augst: 6th: 1781.,2 Augst: 6th. Commissr: at Amsterdam||46.||10||—|
|Brokerage: 11.12.4. Postage 3||14.||12.||4|
|House-Rent, Stationary, Salaries of Clerks, Postages of Letters & Extraordinary Entertainments—&ca.|
Presumably the account enclosed with Henry Grand's letter of 14 May 1781, which has not been found (vol. 11:316).
The account enclosed with Henry Grand's letter of 6 Aug. 1781 has not been found (vol. 11:443–444).