On the papers delivered to him on Pollock and Beveridge cases, Diego de
Gardoqui says Beveridge's case is risky. Pollock was at liberty in Havanna when Diego de
Gardoqui arrived there though he was insolvent and his creditors wanted him imprisoned.
There was an embargo on his goods. He was permitted to return to America on the promise
that he would pa y his debts on arrival. As yet he has not done that. The debts of
Pollock are on the account of the U.S. and Congress should pay them as soon as
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