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5 November 1802, Gibraltar. No. 102. Has not received any letters from JM. Refers JM to his last, no. 101 [21 Oct. 1802] , and its enclosure. As mentioned in his no. 100 [17 Oct. 1802] the “Moorish Ship in question still remaind here, as 16 Moors had deserted her, since then the Capn: went for Tetuan and several of the Crew were dischargd.” Simpson lately wrote Captain Campbell that Alcayde...
I have not been honord with any of yours as such referr to my last No. 101 ye. Duplicate which Conveyed Copy of Consul OBrien of Algeirs Letter 3d. Ulto., and by mine No. 100 you will have seen the Moorish Ship in question still remaind here, as 16 Moors had deserted her. Since then the Capn. went for Tetuan and several of the Crew were discharged. Consul Simpson lately wrote Capn. Campbell...
20 November 1802, Gibraltar. No. 103. Refers to his last, no. 102 of 5 Nov. , about the Moorish ship which continues laid up. “The last Letter recieved from Consul Simpson was under date of 11t: Inst:, had no answer from the Emperour regarding the Refference of the Certificates which was refused, & feard when came would be unpleasent.” Has received JM’s 26 Aug. circular and will attend to its...
I referr to my last No. 102 under date 5t. Inst. advising the Moorish ship being a new laid up & still Continues so. The last Letter received from Consul Simpson was under date of 11t: Inst:, had no answer from the Emperour regarding the Refference of the Certificates which was refused, & feard when came would be unpleasant. I have received the honor of your Circular of 26t. August last & will...
3 December 1802, Gibraltar. No. 104. Encloses a copy of his no. 103 [20 Nov. 1802] , since which he has not received any letters from JM. Understands that Sweden is to pay $150,000 for peace with Tripoli. “The J. Adams calld at Malaga & met Capt: Murray who orderd her here for to take up a supply of Provisions, is arrived & will proceed in 3 or 4 days for Malaga & Malta.” Commodore Morris left...
The inclosed is Copy of my last No. 103 since when are not honord with any of yours. I understand the Swedes are to pay $150,000 for their Peace with Tripoly. The J. Adams calld at Malaga & met Capt. Murray who orderd her here, for to take up a supply of Provisions, is arrived & will proceed in 3 or 4 days for Malaga & Malta. Comr. Morris left Leghorn the 4t. Ulto. for the latter Place. We...
16 December 1802, Gibraltar. No. 106. Forwards dispatches just received via a British frigate from Malta, “where Mr: Cathcart was with Comodor Morris, from whom I have Letters to the 1st: Inst.” Has learned “by a Vessel just arrived from Mahon” that a U.S. frigate was there for repairs to a damaged mast. “They do not know her Name or the Capns: it can be no other than the New York.” Adds in a...
The inclosed Dispatches have just come to hand by a British frigate from Malta where Mr: Cathcart was with Comodor Morris, from whom I have Letters to the 1st: Inst. By a Vessel just arrived from Mahon I find one of our frigates was there refitting having met some Damages in her Masts. They do not know her Name or the Capns: it can be no other than the New York. I have the honor to be Sir Your...
18 December 1802, Gibraltar. No. 107. “I have the honor of Confirming my last Respects No. 105 [not found] & 106 [16 Dec. 1802] ⅌ this Conveyance who having returnd to Port by Contrary winds I now inclose you Copy of a Circular Letter received from Consul OBrion of Algier dated 15: October last.” RC and enclosure ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Gibraltar, vol. 2). RC 1 p. Docketed by Wagner. Gavino...
I have the honor of Confirming my last Respects No. 105 & 106 ⅌ this Conveyance who having returnd to Port by Contrary winds I now inclose you Copy of a Circular Letter received from Consul OBrion of Algier dated 15: October last to which referr and have the honor to be—Sir Your most obedt. & most hl. Servt. The preceding is the full transcription of a document that was previously abstracted...