Mr Thomas Rotch pr the Minerva Scott
London 26 March 1795
Sir We received in couse your esteemd favors of 24 May 94 original & Copy, desiring that we would transfer the balance due to you to the Credit of your Brother William which we accordingly did as He doubtless informed you. we have not recieved anything from Miss Homburgs on your account since if we should, you shall be imeediately advised.
Sir 31st march 1795
Above is copy of our last respects since Captain John Jawes is arrived from Havre & has brought with him some Gold & Silver which is deposted in the Bank Bullion Office for the present in the hope that both Articles may mend something. They are at present low, tho we have no certainty of a rise as there is much on the market. when a sale takes place Captn Hawes has directed us to place the proposition of Livres 7180.8.9 to your Crerdit which shall accordingly be done & you will be advised the amount in Stg money. we remain very respectfully, Sir, a foremost humble servant,
Thomas Dickason & Co.