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Without the honour of any of your favour sine my last adresses to you No: 68 under date 19t. Ultimo to which please be referrd: On the 19: Ulto: arrived in this Bay from Cadiz under American Collours the Ship Sidney, Samuel Thompson Master, & Daniel Tilton of Ph ilada: Super Cargo, loaded with About 240 Hogsheads Tobacco, & reported from Norfolk in Virginia, stating that she was blown off the...
Deprived of the pleasure of hearing from you, since I had the honour of addressing you pr N: 66 & 67 by which I Communicated the arrival of the Schooner Philada. Packett Nathl. Noyes Master (and not Norris, as he first reported) with a Cargo of Tobacco Rice & flower, pretending to have been blown off the Coast of America, & was intended for Boston, said Schooner is, as I am informed, still in...
I beg leave to have the honour of claiming your refference to the Copy of my last Communication herewith No. 65 under 30: Ulto: & to add on the Subject of the Schooner Philada. Packett, & that by the Register of the Vessel, the Master is called Nathaniel Noyes, & not Norris as reported at the health office. This I obtaind thro the information of a freend, but could get no other Particulars; He...
I beg leave to referr to what I had the honour of writing you No. 63 under date of 15t: Inst: & 64 the 16t: Do. P Copys herewith. By the former you will see the particulars of the Schooner Philadelphia Packett, Nathl: Norris Master; all that I have been able to find out since then is that she was cleard from Philadelphia for Boston with the Proofs of Property. Finding some days had elapsed...
I beg leave to refer to what I had the honor of wri ting you yesterday P annexed Copy and have not been favo red with any of yours. I find the Bearer of Consul Lear ’s original Letter to me of 5th. Aug. last accompanying one for me from your Dept. and for other Consuls is at M alaga & I now write Consul Kirkpatrick to retire said Pa pers & forward the inclosed. I have this day passed a B ill...
Without the honour of any of your Commands, I beg leave to Confirm my last Respects No: 62 under date of 22d: October, when advised the arrival of the ship Leonidas Capn: Mc:Kinsie at Algeir at a very Seasonable time & that all was well, as that Coll. Lear had drawn on me for $7000 wch. are paid, having sent me £1500 Stg: in Bills on Messrs: Bearings of London to provide for same. I have Still...
I had the honour of adressing you the 29. Ulto. No. 61 & since then I forwarded you the Chronicles P Cap. Farley of Boston which hope get safe to hand, & you have now two others. The two Algereen frigates continue Cruising in those Seas & to the Westward, have Captured Several Portuguese Boats. Comd. Scarniche in a Portuguese 74 & two frigates with a Brig has left Lisbon in quest of them. A...
I have not been honourd with any of your Commands since my last No: 60 under date 13: Ultimo with the Chronicles publish here for your information of the Spanish affairs which still continues favourable to the Patriots. Finding a Vessel is going from Cadiz to New York, I inclose you several Dispatches, likewise annex you several extracts of our Consul W. Riggin Esqr: of Triests letters, sent...
The want of safe Conveyance has kept the Inclosed back, also several others which go by this Conveyance, to all which I have the honour of referring you, & to the Chronciles herewith for what relates to the affairs of Spain, as nothing else Occurrs. Mr: Young our Consul General for Madrid was here a few days ago, told me had some Dispatches from Mr: Erving, with which he went for England in...
I beg leave to anex you Copy of my lasts No. 57. & 58, also of Consul Lears to me under date 31st. March last being so requested by him. In my last Mentiond I inclosed you one from said Gentleman & you have herewith two others, one from Consul Kirkpatrick of Malaga, & one Consul Simpson of Tanger. The Spaniards have rose in a Mass against their Invaders, who took the whole of the Royal family...