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Letter from William Constable to William Blount
Constable, William
July 11, 1787
Volume 20, Page 738

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MR. WILLIAM CONSTABLE TO HON. WM. BLOUNT.
(From Executive Letter Book.)

New York, July 11th, 1787.

My Dear Sir:

I send you enclosed a Copy of a Circular Letter which our house have written to our European Correspondence. With respect to the Tobacco to be received from the State of North Carolina the Treasury Board have agreed with the Delegates to Credit the Account of the State on the receipts of our States. We have given the Board Bills of Exchange on Holland payable in November next which will be punctually discharged; to avoid all risque of disappointment in the payment of them Mr. Rucker himself will be in Amsterdam, he will embark next week for Havre de Grace. I have the honor to be, with respect & esteem, Sir,

Your most Humble Servant,
WM. CONSTABLE.