Consular Office of the United States Cadiz 25th. Sepr. 1806.
Referring to what I had the honor of addressing you on the 13th. inst. ⟨by⟩ the Brig Susannah Capt. Babbidge via Newburryport; the object of th⟨e pre⟩sent will be to communicate that the Emperor of Russia has not thou⟨ght pro⟩per to ratify the Peace made on the 20th. July last by his Embassa⟨dor wi⟩th France; notwithstanding this Contre tems Lord Lowderdale continue⟨d h⟩is Neg⟨oci⟩ating on the 12th.
I have the pleasure of enclosing you a Packet received ⟨fro⟩m our Chargé d’affaires at Madrid.
We continue strictly Blockaded with Eight Ships and two ⟨Fri⟩gates. With Sentiments of high Consideration, I am Respected Sir, Your most obedt. humble Servant
Governmt. Notes...52 %
DNA: RG 59—CD—Consular Despatches, Cadiz.