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2 January 1804, Gothenburg. Encloses a copy of Robert Gardiner’s 29 Aug. 1803 dispatch, in which Gardiner informed JM of Airth’s appointment as vice-consul during Gardiner’s absence from Sweden on business. Encloses a statement [not found] of U.S. ships “which have arrived, discharged Cargoes, reloaded &c. for America.” Will send a duplicate by another opportunity. “The American trade to this...
§ From David Airth. 31 December 1805, Gothenburg. “I had the honour of addressing your Excellency last on the 8th. Ulto. by the Susanna of Baltimore Capt. John Arnold bound to NewYork and as therein promised and agreeable to my Instructions, I now beg leave to wait on you with a Specified Acct. of the Trade of the United States at this Port during the past Year, which as hinted before has been...
§ From David Airth. 30 September 1805, Gothenberg. “I had the honour to address you last on the 1st. of January giving an Account of the Shipping and trade of the United States at this Port for the Year 1804. Since that time Nothing particular has occurred worthy of your Notice. The Trade this Season is more enlarged than the foregoing year, of which I will have the honour to transmit you a...
§ From David Airth. 12 May 1806, Gothenburg. “I had the honour of addressing you last pr. Capt Hammond of the Minerva of Rochester bound to NewYork under date the 31st. December 1805 Duplicates of which and its Inclosures [not found] I beg leave herewith to inclose. “The two law Suits mentioned in my memorial of the 6th. Novemr. 1805 to the Swedish Secretary of State for Account of Capt....
1 January 1805, Gothenburg. “I had the Honour of addressing you last on the 2nd. Janry last year transmitting an Account of the Shipping of the United States which had visited this Port the preceeding year and I make no doubt it has duly come to your hands. According to your general Instructions I have now the Honour to wait on you with a Statement of the shipping for last Season [not found]...
§ From David Airth. 8 November 1805, Gothenburg. “I had the Honour of addressing your Excellency last on the 30th. Septr. by Capt. Dillingham of an American Ship to NewYork, a Copy of which is here inclosed, along with a Copy of my Letter and Memorandum of the 6th. Currt. to Count Ehrenheim the Swedish Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. The Complaints they carry to him are not of very...
I had the Honor of addressing you last the 18th. June last Year by the Ship Good Intent of and for Newport Capt. Dennis a Duplicate of which I take the Liberty herewith to inclose. By a letter from Colonel Gardiner Newport Rhode Island dated 26th. June 1806 he confirms the unfortunate fate of his Son Mr. Robt. Champlin Gardiner Consul here, as Stated in the Duplicate of my last herewith...
I had the honor of addressing you last on the 12th.: Ulto.: by Capt. Truman Bartlett of the Ship Herald of Plymouth bound to Boston a Duplicate of which I beg leave herewith to inclose. By the Report of Several American Captains lately arrived here I am ex ceedingly sorry to inform you that the Consul at this p lace Mr. Robert Champlin Gardiner under whose au thority as Vice Consul I have...