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11 January 1802, Gibraltar. Refers JM to his last dispatch enclosing a copy of a letter from O’Brien. Reports that on 7 Jan. a British frigate arrived with British consul Hargreaves and the Algerine ambassador who had been in Great Britain. Hargreaves was carrying a box of jewels for bey of Tunis entrusted to him by Rufus King. Has informed O’Brien to look out for their safety. Encloses copy...
4 January 1803, Gibraltar. No. 110. “I beg leave to referr to my last dispatch No. 109 [27 Dec. 1802] ⅌ this Conveyance of the Constellation frigate, who put back by Contrary Wind and is still detaind here.” Forwards a packet from Eaton and encloses a copy of a letter from O’Brien to Cathalan. RC and enclosure ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Gibraltar, vol. 2). RC 1 p. Docketed by Wagner as received 17...
7 July 1804, Gibraltar. No. 153. “I had this honour of adressing you ⅌ Duplicate under 6th. Ulto. No: 152. and have not since been favourd with any of yours. “Two days ago arrived a British Privateer from the Coast of Italy and reported that three large Tunishan Xabeques had made a landing close by Leghorn about the end of May last, & carried off a Number of People into Slavery. “Two...
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...
9 June 1805, Gibraltar . No. 9. “I had the honour of adressing You the 15: Ulto. (No. 8) when advised the arrival of the Expedition from England Consisting of 6000 Troops under the Command of Sir Jas. Craig, they are still in this Bay waiting orders. I then inclosed one from Consul Simpson of Tanger. Since then I recieved your few lines of 27th: December last [not found] with the Copys of...
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...
14 September 1801, Gibraltar. No. 71. Encloses duplicates of his 8 Aug. letters to Barron and commends Barron’s blockade of Tripolitan cruisers, which has caused fresh desertions from their crews. Tripolitan vessels have struck sails and are in the mole with only about twenty seamen left. The Tripolitan admiral and eight others have sailed as passengers to Malta. At Cathcart’s request, encloses...
I beg leave to referr to what I had the honour of adressing you pr No: 48 on the 29: Ulto: which being kept back for want of a fair wind, will now go with this. Since then a Number of our Merchant Vessels have put into this Port, some on account the Communication made by British Ships of Warr that Algiers were Capturing our Trade; this would have been stopd before now had we had an Easterly...
31 May 1802, Gibraltar. No. 88. Reports departure for Lisbon on 24 May of an English brig—converted from a captured Tripolitan ship—commanded by Capt. Anthony Lambertus. In a letter of 25 Apr. O’Brien reported that the Algerines had captured one Genoese and two Neapolitan vessels and that “Six other large Corsairs were ready for Sea.” Has heard rumors in town of the Algerine capture of the...
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...