|Full Title||Letter, To: Patrick Hayes From: Blas Moran, May 13, 1807.|
|Date Added||9 January 2014|
|Source||Barry-Hayes Papers. [Series LVIII, Box 16, Folder 18, Item 19]|
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The Barry-Hayes Papers are maintained at Independence Seaport Museum, Philadelphia, PA. For more information, visit www.phillyseaport.org/library. A letter from Blas Moran to Patrick Hayes, sent from Havana to Philadelphia. The letter explains that Moran wasn't able to close sales of cargo on the Brig Superior, because duties at the customs house were "not yet being regulated", but that he would close the sales "as soon as it be in my power to close them". Moran also asks for Hayes to bring back certain goods on his next trip to Havana, including gilt chairs, letter paper, blank bills of lading, quills, reams of paper for invoices, wafers, six books, and bank books for discharges.