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The letter accompanying this of 22d. a 27th. ult. went off for Gibraltar on the day of its date...
The cause of the sudden change of treatment on the part of this Bey towards me in my...
I embarked at Tunis in the schooner Enterprize on the 10th. March, touched at Algiers the...
I have the honor herewith to inclose for the information of Government copies of letters A. & B....
On the night of the eighteenth instant a fire broke out in the Bey’s Palace which in its progress...
8 June 1802, Tunis. Complains that his plans regarding Hamet Pasha of Tripoli “have undergone...
18 April 1801, Tunis. Contrary winds have delayed departure of chartered vessel [ Benvenuto ]....
I have the honor to inform you that the Peace and Plenty, Captain Richard Woods, under the con v...
26 January 1803, Tunis. “The enclosed copy of a letter to Commodore Morris conveys an unequivocal...
By letter from our Chargè Des Affaires at Tripoli of 27th. ult. we are informed that the...
14 March 1804, Washington. “‘The ship Fortune belonging to the Bacries at Algiers, after having...
Yesterday I recd. a note from the Beys prime minister demanding an interview with the Cap. of the...
4 October 1801, “ On board the Philada., road of Tunis. ” Comments that although the U.S....
20 December 1802, Tunis. Nothing material has occurred since his 14 Nov. letter. “But the...
I have the honor herewith to enclose, for the information of Government, copies of a letter from...
I have the honor to inclose herewith a convention concluded by me on the part of the United...
8 February 1803, Tunis. Evidence “from a variety of circumstances” having shown that the bey is...
On the 17th. instant Commodore Dale, in the President, arrived with the Sloop Enterprize; and the...
The enclosed copy of a letter to Commodore Morris conveys an unequivocal expression of the kind...
My project of a commercial convention with this Regency, I am apprehensive, will produce nothing....
Since closing my dispatches of the 9th. inst. Admiral DeWinter has informed me that the Bashaw of...
17 November 1801, Tunis. Reports that the Philadelphia left Tunis for Gibraltar on 4 Oct., since...
The dispatches herewith inclosed from the Consul of the United States at Tripoli seem to me of so...
5 August 1802, Tunis. Encloses copies of letters received from chargé d’affaires at Tripoli,...
Yesterday morning about nine o clock Commodore Morris left the American house to go on board....
In former communications I have had the honor to suggest to the department of State that when...
§ From William Eaton. 27 November 1805, Washington City. “Permit me to request that my unsettled...
13 December 1802, Tunis. [The body of the dispatch is nearly identical to Eaton to JM, 13 Dec....
25 February 1804. “As I have it in contemplation to publish the statement and document submitted...
The master of the imperial vessel, caputred off Ma lta by order of Commodore Morris in January...