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30 January 1802, Gibraltar. No. 81. Encloses an extract from a letter received 29 Jan. from Simpson at Tangier regarding the commander of the Tripolitan ship trapped at Gibraltar, who went to see the emperor of Morocco; Gavino has alerted all U.S. consuls and Captain Bainbridge of the Essex , now at Algeciras. RC and enclosure ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Gibraltar, vol. 2). RC 1 p. The enclosed...
My last dispatch was No. 81 to which refer being since then, with out any of yours. I have now to hand you anexd Extract of a Letter received Yesterday from Consul Simpson of Tanger regarding the Commander of the Tripolin Ship laid up here, who went to see the Emperour of Morrocco, which I have Comunicated to Capn. Bainbridge of the Essex now at Anchor in Algesiras Bay, also to all our...
5 May 1802, Gibraltar. No. 86. Refers JM to his dispatch no. 85 [not found]. Reports arrival on 25 Apr. from Tunis of “the American Ship Gloria Commanded by Jo: Bounds taken in the service by Consul Eaton, who brought me the Inclosed dispatches, to which & the Copy of said Gentlemans Letter to me anexd, beg leave to referr.” The commander of the Tripolitan ship laid up at Gibraltar has...
Without the honor of any of your favours I beg refference to my last dispatch No. 85. On the 25 Ulto. arrived from Tunis the American Ship Gloria Commanded by Jo. Bounds taken in the service by Consul Eaton, who brought me the Inclosed dispatches, to which & the Copy of said Gentlemans Letter to me anexd, beg leave to referr, as due attention will be paid to what Consul Eaton writes. The...
10 May 1802, Gibraltar. No. 87. His last dispatch, no. 86, was prepared on 5 May “for this Conveyance of Capn. Baron who is detained by Contrary Wind.” Encloses translation of 13 Apr. letter in Italian just received from Consul Pulis at Malta and copy of paragraph from 7 May letter from Consul Simpson at Tangier. The case of arms sent by Rufus King for Tunis will be shipped by the...
The 5th. Instant I made up my last dispatch No. 86 for this Conveyance of Capn. Baron who is detaind by Contrary Wind. I Yesterday receivd a letter from Consul Pulis of Malta dated 13th. Ulto. in Italian so that I herewith hand you its translation, and to which referr as well as to Copy of a Paragraph of a letter from Consul Simpson of Tanger dated 7th. Inst.. By the Constelation Capn. Murry...
31 May 1802, Gibraltar. No. 88. Reports departure for Lisbon on 24 May of an English brig—converted from a captured Tripolitan ship—commanded by Capt. Anthony Lambertus. In a letter of 25 Apr. O’Brien reported that the Algerines had captured one Genoese and two Neapolitan vessels and that “Six other large Corsairs were ready for Sea.” Has heard rumors in town of the Algerine capture of the...
Deprived the honor of any of yours permit me to confirm my last dispatches No. 86 & 87 ⅌ Capn. Barron accompanying one from Consul Eaton & the Translation of another received from Consul Pulis of Malta. On the 24th. Inst. proceeded Capn. Anthony Lambertus from this Port in the new English Brig (wch. was formerly the Tripolin Cruiser) for Lisbon, as they Sayd, in Ballast. They now taulk of...
15 June 1802, Gibraltar. No. 89. Reports “no Novelty here regarding Tripoly. Comodor Morris is in the Bay, & the Essex sails this day for the U. S.” With regard to the emperor of Morocco, refers to “the sundry dispatches from Consul Simpson which goes by this Conveyance.” Notes arrival on 14 June of Wyk, the Swedish consul at Tangier, who was expelled for noncompliance with the demands of the...
Without the pleasure of any of yours I referr to my last No. 88. We have no Novelty here regarding Tripoly. Comodor Morris is in the Bay, & the Essex sails this day for the U.S. With regard to the Empr. of Morrocco I referr to the sundry dispatches from Consul Simpson which goes by this Conveyance. Last night arrived Mr. Wyk the Swedish Consul at Tangeir, the Emperour having orderd him to quit...