I am sorry, and really asham'd that it is not in my power to send you more money for Mr. Burgess & myself, on acct. of Toney's wages, I never was more disappointed in my life. I expected; and made no doubt of receiving upwards of a Hundred pounds at this place, and have not got more than will bear my expenses. I was disappoint'd also in receiving a considerable sum that is due to me in Specie from South Carolina before I came here. I hope you will not suffer any inconvenience for the want of it till the 4th July next when I will use every means to pay you in my power. This will I suppose be delivered you by Mr.Hawkins with two half Joes which please to give Mr. Burgess credit for in part discharge of Toney's Wages.