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25 March 1805, Gibraltar . No. 1. “On the 12th: Inst: I had the honor of adressing you accompanying Copy of one received from Mr: Mountford, our Charge at Algiers, to which referr, and goes by this Conveyance being detaind for want of a fair wind. “Last Night arrived a British frigate from Malta by whom have Letters to the 9h: Instant, she brought the one herewith for you. “I am sorry to find...
12 March 1805 , Gibraltar . “Still without the honour of your favours I beg leave to confirm my last dispatch under 13: Ulto. continued to 30th: ditto, by which you will have seen the detention of the Brig dispatch of Boston Capn: Brown bound for Leghorn from said Port with a Cargo of different articles, and the manner in which they were conducting the business. I also informed you of the...
13 January 1805, Gibraltar. “I had the honor of adressing you last the 8t: Instant ⅌ Comodor Prible who proceeded for the U. S. in the John Adams on the 9t: Ditto. Said day a Squadron with Rusian Collours past this from the Westward, were three Sail the Line, to all appearance, a Corvet & Store Ship. I then mentiond the Brig Dispatch of Boston being detaind here, now nearly a Month without the...
8 January 1805, Gibraltar. “I am deprived the honor of any of your Commands since my last Respects of 15t. Ulto. The John Adams having calld here in her way home with Comodor Prible on board will be the bearer of this. “Our Port still shutt was to have been opend last Monday as had no new Cases of the fever, for some days, but two taking place the end of last Week they deferrd it. “The Brig...
15 December 1804, Gibraltar. “Deprived the honor of any of yours, I beg leave to anex Copy of my last Respts: under 11t. Ulto. since when have not heard from Malta or our Squadron, the Syren was at Cadiz 2 days ago. “We are free of the fever in Town among the Inhabitants but there still Exists a small remain in Camp among the Troops, the Port not yet open but Communication aloud under...
11 November 1804, Gibraltar. No. 7. “On the 2d: Inst: No. 6 I had the honor of adressing you [not found] since when have none of your regarded favours. “On the 8t. Inst: arrived the U. S. Brig Syren Capn: Stuart from Malta in 28 days to relieve the Essex who is to join the Squadron as Comodor Barron tells me, but gives no news, nor does Conl. Lear who writes me from Syracuse referring to Capn:...
25 October 1804 , “ South Gibraltar. ” No. 5. “I had this honor of adressing you the 13t: Inst: No. 4 [not found] to which referr. “I now hand you agreeable to Richd: oBrion Esqr: request Copy of his Letters to me down to 14t: Ulto: to wch: & the incloseds from him & Consul Baker please be referrd. Here we have nothing new, the Essex & 2 Moorish Cruisers were at Lisbon the 28t. Ulto. The 3d....
7 October 1804 , “ South at Gibraltar .” No. 3. “I had the honour of addressing you the 28th. Ulto. when arrised the Contageous Fiver that had taken place on this Rock, which Still continues, Violently; I am now entirely free of the fiver, & in a State of convalicent.” Forwards letters from O’Brien and Simpson. “You have annexed a paragraph from our Navy Agent, Willm. Higgens Esqr. of Malta,...
28 September 1804 , “ South at Gibraltar. ” No. 2. “I had the honour of addressing you the 20th: Instant [not found] advising the Contageous & Inflamatory fiver, that had Spread Amongst the Inhabitants, my Retiring to the South and leaving my office encharged with Mr: Humphrys, who I am sorry to say, was taken off in a few hours by the Fiver, I have also been attacked, but thank God, got rid...
21 August 1804, Gibraltar. No. 158. “I have not been honord with any of yours since I had the pleasure of adressing you the 9t: Inst: No: 157 . “On the Evening of the 12t: Instant arrived Commodor Barron and his Squadron, when I gave him all the Occurrencys of the times, they imediately Waterd and took in such Provisions & ca: as they stood in need of & could store. On the 15t: the Commodor in...