Mr Thomas Rotch Pr the Galen Mackay
London 3rd March 1795
Above is copy of our last repsects since Capt John Harvey is rrived from Havre and has brought with him some Gold & silver ch is deposited in the Bank Bullion Office for the presnet in the hope that both Articles may mind 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 Capt Hawes has directed us to place the perportion of LIvres 7180.8.9 to your Credit, which shall accordingly be done and you will be advised the amount in Sterling money.
Sir 30th April 1895
We are without any of your esteemed Favours since the foregoing copy of our last respects- the present is therefore solely to hand yu account sales of the specie above mentiond placed in our hands by Captain John Hawes & for your account, Nett is L270.14.10 which we have placed to your credit, & this sum waits your disposal we hope Messrs Homberg & Co have spoken of this sum being sent forward in such positive terms that you amy have been induced to pass your bills on us at the late high rate of exchange, depending that when they do appear they will be punctually honored & that we are with great respect.
Sir, Your humble servt
Thos Dickason & Co
We yesterday recd a letter from MessraLambert & Dumas of Hamburgh covering two Bills one for Loyd Benfield & Co for L168.1.10 drawn by Parish [illegible] on the Lords of the Treasury by said Gent for L500. on your Account, both of which being accepted will at maturity be placed to your Credit.