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18 October 1803, Gibraltar . No. 135. Refers to his last letter, no. 134 [14 Oct. 1803], and congratulates JM “on the Settlement with Morrocco,” of which Preble and Lear have no doubt informed him. Transmits a copy of a letter from O’Brien dated 14 Sept. RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Gibraltar, vol. 2); enclosure ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Algiers, vol. 6). RC 1 p.; docketed by Wagner. For enclosure, see n....
15 November 1803, Gibraltar. No. 136. Refers to his last letter, no. 135, which enclosed a copy of a 14 Sept. 1803 letter from O’Brien. Lear left for Algiers on 13 Nov. in the Constitution , accompanied by the Nautilus . The Argus sailed the same day for Leghorn with two ships under convoy. On 14 Nov. the Enterprize , Capt. [Stephen] Decatur, sailed for Syracuse “with the Victualler ship...
22 November 1803, Gibraltar. No. 137. Sends his no. 136 [15 Nov.] by this vessel also. There has been no political news since then. “You will have been informed by the Honourable Secretary of the Navy the disagreeable Occurrence which took place here between Comodor Prible & some British Commanders of Ships of Warr respecting Seamen.” The British officers have written to their government. “I...
4 January 1804, Gibraltar. No. 139. “I have not been honord with any of yours since my last under 29: Ulto: No: 138 [not found] ⅌ the Schooner Mary Capn: Sinclair.” Lieutenant Somers in the Nautilus arrived 2 Jan. 1804 from Syracuse with dispatches from Preble for Robert Smith. Was “Extreamly mortified” to learn from Preble of the loss of the Philadelphia and the imprisonment of its officers...
11 January 1804, Gibraltar. No. 140. Last wrote on 4 Jan. 1804 . Encloses a list of arrivals at Gibraltar during the past six months [not found]. RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Gibraltar, vol. 2). 1 p.; docketed by Wagner.
15 January 1804, Gibraltar. No. 141. Refers JM to his last letters of 4 and 11 Jan. Received the enclosed from Cathcart at Leghorn by post. Has heard from Malta that Bainbridge and his officers “are treated with Humanity by the Tripolins.” “On the 12th. Inst: was brought into this Port for Examination by the English frigate Phebe, J. R. Capel Esqr: Commander, the ship American Hero, Andrew...
26 January 1804, Gibraltar. No. 142. Last wrote on 15 Jan. “I now anex you Copy of a Letter from the Danish Consul at Tripoly Mr: Nissen dated 2d: November last; Also a Dispatch received Yesterday from Consul Simpson of Tangeir. “Only 8 Sail of the expected dispersed Convoy from England have as yet arrived. “Our Brig Argus Lieut: Hull Saild a few days ago to Cruise has been at Tanger & suppose...
2 February 1804, Gibraltar. No. 143. Since his last of 26 Jan. has received the duplicate of JM’s 2 Nov. 1803 dispatch with its postscript of 4 Nov. Has not received the original or seen the Citizen . Has written Simpson regarding the gun carriages and enclosed a copy of JM’s dispatch. “I will be guided by his answer thereon should they arrive, and if he does not require them will then follow...
10 February 1804, Gibraltar. No. 144. Has not heard from JM since his last of 2 Feb. “I this day received a Letter from Wm. H. Thone [Thom] Commander of the Schor. Citizen with the Gun Carriages dated L’Orient 6th: Ulto. wherein he tells me was not permitted to Sail untill the departure of the French Squadron, which he supposed would be the first fair wind.” A Danish brig arrived “This day”;...
23 February 1804, Gibraltar. No. 145. Last wrote on 10 Feb. reporting his receipt of a letter from Captain Thom and the news “of a Tripolin Cruiser being at Sea, which Occasiond the Argus Capn: Hull to go to Examine Cape d’Gatt & Cape Pallas.” Now informs JM of the arrival of the Citizen with gun carriages on 21 Feb. Thom delivered the original of JM’s letter of 2 Nov. 1803 . Directed the...