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I have not had the honour of receiving any of your Commands since my last under 27th: July ultimo No. 30. I am under the necessity of once more representing to you how much our Citizen Merchants & the Trade suffers by the restraining of Tobaccos from the U. S. being landed and sold at this Port, tho declared by the British Government a free one. Almost every Vessel that has arrived for some...
The last Communication I had the honor to address you was under date 21th Inst. No. 29 accompanying Copys of my letters to Major Genl. Drummond the Commander in chief & this answer regarding his having prohibitted the Landing of Tobacco from the U. S. altho this is a free Port which he says he did in Virtue of Old regulations and acts of Parliament which I observed took place befor the...
Not being favourd with any of your Commands since my last Respects p No: 28 under date 10th. Instant I beg leave to be referrd thereto. The Portuguese it is sayd have Captured another Tripolin Cruiser. Two belonging to Tunis have lately been in Tetuan and one at Tangeir The Portuguese Government has threatend Tripoly with Warr unless they give up the Hamburgh Vessel with her Valuable Cargo of...
By the Store Ship Stipleton who arrived the 7. Inst: from Baltimore with a Cargo of Provisions for the State Vessels, I received your few lines of 7. April last with sundry letters for Coll: Lear of Algier which will be forwarded. That for Lieut. Henly remains by me as has gone for the U. S. By said Conveyance I was honor’d with the Honl: Presidents Message to Congress for which am thankfull....
I have not been honourd with any of your favours since my respects No. 26 under date 16th. Inst. by which you will have seen that Capn. Rodgers, the Gun Boats & other State Vessels had returnd for the U. S. Those that remain are the Hornett, now at Malaga with the Constitution, the former I am advised is going aloft, where the Enterprize is also. I then handed you Copy of a letter from Consul...
Continuing without the honor of any of your Commands since my last dispatch No. 26 under date of 21st. ulto. I beg leave to confirm same. The Brig Friendship Capn. Clement mentioned therein to be detaind by the British on account of his Cargo appearing to be Hamburgh property is now about being cleard, as they are releasing all such property. Since my last Comodor Rodgers & the Gun Boats &ca....
§ From John Gavino. 21 May 1806, Gibraltar. No. 26. “Without the honour of any of your Commands, I beg leave to referr to my last adresses No. 25 under date 16th: Ulto. “I now have the honor to inclose a dispatch from Consul Simpson of Tangeir and another reicved from the Cape of good hope, The former Gentn: tells me he had granted the Certts to three of the Emperours Cruisers now ready for...
§ From John Gavino. 16 April 1806, Gibraltar. No. 25. “Still deprived the honor of any of your Commands since my last Dispatch No. 24 under date of 7th: Instant [not found] covering one from Consul Simpson of Tanger—to which please be referr’d. I now have the honor of transmitting you another inclosed from said Consul Simpson [not found]. “The Brig Hope of Newburry Port, Stephen Webber...
§ From John Gavino. 24 November 1805, Gibraltar. No. 21. “Not having been honourd with any of your Commands since my last respects under 5: & 6th: Instant No. 19 and 20. [not found] from that time the Tryal of the Brig Indefatigable with wheat & Conceald Copper in sheets &c. from Bordeaux for Villa real not having proper Ships Papers came on, when Ship, freight, and Cargo was Condemnd, the...
¶ From John Gavino. Letter not found. 18 September 1805 . Acknowledged by Wagner on the verso of the enclosure, dated 13 Sept. 1805: “Recd. In John Gavino’s 18 Septr. 1805.” The enclosure (3 pp.; DNA : RG 76, Preliminary Inventory 177, entry 322, Spain, Treaty of 1819 [Art. XI] [Spoliation], Misc. Records, ca. 1801–24, box 5, envelope 6, folder 22; printed in Knox, Naval Documents, Barbary...