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Butler asks Simpson if the Bank of United States will take in his "Bills in London at the current price" in the winter and spring of 1802. Item annotated with reply.
Sir I will thank you to inform me, whether the Bank of the United States will agree to take in the Course of the Venture and Sharing; and for a Continuance, my Bills in London at the Current price of Exchange the day the Bank receives the Bills: the proceeds to be placed to my Credit in Bank when information shall be reced of the Acceptance of the Bills in London Your Ansr will oblige Yr Obed P. Butler Azch St. October 3rd 1807 Agreed to take Mr Butler Bills & to pay for them when advice is received of the same being paid at the Exch of par on 16643 -- Oct. 13. 1807 I agree P Butler
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Pierce Butler, Simpson, Bank of the United States, bills, credit
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Butler, Pierce, "Letter from Pierce Butler to a Mr. Simpson, an employee of the Bank of the United States, regarding financial matters. 1801." (1807). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 137.
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