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By this Conveyance you will receive mine No. 129, and as an English Convoy is going to the westward, expect Capn. Paterson will avail himself thereof to pass Cape St. Vincents, so that I now have the honor of enclosing Copy of one from Capn. Baimbridge of the Philada. to Consul Simpson which I forwardd imediately by a Boat Charterd for the purpose & sent it under Cover to a friend to Deliver...
29 August 1803, Gibraltar . No. 129. Refers JM to his last dispatch, no. 128 [13 Aug. 1803] , and its enclosures. Encloses a duplicate of a letter from Simpson [not found]. “I informed you of the Dey of Algeir having sent away … the British Consul Mr: Falcon, said Gentleman is still here, and he tells me orders have come to Lord Nelson to take him back to Algeirs, and should they refuse...
I beg leave to referr to my last dispatch No. 128 and its enclosures, since when am not honord with any of yours. I now hand you a duplicate of Consul Simpsons. I informed you of the Dey of Algeir having sent away some time ago the British Consul Mr. Falcon. Said Gentleman is still here, and he tells me orders have come to Lord Nelson to take him back to Algeir, and should they refuse...
13 August 1803, Gibraltar . No. 127. Has received no letters from JM since he sent his last dispatches, nos. 125 and 126. Encloses a duplicate of a letter from Simpson already sent. “The Emperour of Morroccos ship of 30 Guns & 150 Men is at Sea and one of 20 almost ready.” On 9 Aug. two of the emperor’s “Row Boats” put into Gibraltar “by Contary Winds.” They are “bound from Tetuan to Tanger to...
I have not received the honor of any of your favours since my last dispatches No: 125 & 126, to which & its inclosed from Consul Simpson please be referrd; herewith duplicate of the one from said Gentn: The Emperour of Morroccos ship of 30 Guns & 150 Men is at Sea and one of 20 almost ready. On the 9th: Inst: put in here by Contary Winds two of his Row Boats, bound from Tetuan to Tanger to...
6 August 1803, Gibraltar . No. 126. Has not received any letters from JM since his last dispatch, no. 125, of 2 Aug. Encloses a letter from Simpson which covers the latest events. RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Gibraltar, vol. 2). 1 p.; docketed by Wagner as received 13 Oct. Enclosure not found, but it was most likely a copy of Simpson to JM, 28 July 1803 . A full transcription of this document has...
Deprived the pleasure of being honourd with any of your favours, I beg leave to referr to and Confirm my last dispatch No. 125 under 2d. Instant. I have since received the inclosed from Consul Simpson which being what Occurrs, I have the honor to be with respect—Sir Your most obedt. & most he. Servt. The preceding is the full transcription of a document that was previously abstracted in The...
2 August 1803, Gibraltar . No. 125. Has not heard from JM since his last letter, no. 124 [15 July 1803] . Informs JM that “the Portuguese have sent a Person to Alicante to solicit from thence leave to go to Algeir for the purpose of treating about a Redemption of their Captives and terms of Peace: he has Presents and Cash with him to pave the way.” “Admiral Campbell who was Cruising off Cape...
I have not been honord with any of your favours since my last No: 124, to which please be referrd. I have now to inform you that the Portuguese have sent a Person to Alicante to solicit from thence leave to go to Algeir for the purpose of treating about a Redemption of their Captives and terms of Peace: he has Presents and Cash with him to pave the way. Admiral Campbell who was Cruising off...
15 July 1803, Gibraltar . No. 124. Confirms his last dispatch, no. 123 [18 June 1803], enclosing a letter from Simpson. “I now transmit you another from said Gentleman, who applied to me for some Rice for the Emperour. None being for sale in the Place, I sent him two Tierces of what was in store for Supplying the Squadron.” Has no further accounts of Commodore Morris or the detained ship. The...