[D8736ADS], Letter from Samuel Insull to John F Randolph, September 8th, 1887


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[D8736ADS], Letter from Samuel Insull to John F Randolph, September 8th, 1887

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"Your various telegrams and those of Mr. Tate's, have come duly to hand. I have fixed up matters pretty well, inasmuch as I have received quite some remittances to-day and have just wired to send the small note to the Germania Bank for discount and to hold the one which we received from Bergmann & Co., and I have also wired you to be sure and ask the Eleventh Ward Bank to discount the note which they have of the Detroit Co. I shall be all right now until some time next week. If Mr. Tate is in the office to-morrow, please show him this letter, if not, please telephone him, as he holds a $2,000.00 draft of ours, which he may be anxious to hear from me about, before depositing. I have just written Mr. Perry, asking him to keep pushing Chapman to get some further discounts for us." Marginalia: "Have since received your advices that Chapman will discount the notes. This suits me much better Send check to Germania. Keep Chapmans account till I see you Monday"





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