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9 August 1804, Gibraltar. No. 157. “I had the honor of adressing you the 7t: Inst: No: 156 , and yesterday arrived the British Ship of Warr Ajancourt of 74 Gunns & a Sloop of Warr with a Convoy for this Place & England by them I received a Packet for you which I had only time to deliver Capn: Lee of the Brig Joseph of Boston as was geting under way, but the Wind coming about is returnd & will...
7 August 1804, Gibraltar. No. 156. “Since I had the honour of adressing you under 3d: Inst: I have not been favourd with any of your Commands. “I Yesterday received a Letter from Coll. Lear of algeir wherein he inclosed me abstracts from Commodor Pribles Letter to him 19t: June, & Mr: Davies—Charge of the Consulate at Tunis 22d: June. I herewith inclose Copy of said abstracts for your...
3 August 1804, Gibraltar. No. 155. “I have not been honord with any of yours since mine No: 154 when advised the English having settled their differences with Algeir, nor have I heard any thing of Comodor Barrons Squadron. The John Adams proceeded the 25t: Ulto. for Malta, I have no late Accounts from Comodor Prible. “I herewith anex you Copy of an abstract of a Letter just received from...
25 July 1804, Gibraltar. No. 154. “The last I had the honour of adressing you was No: 153 under date 7th: Inst. advising two Portuguese 74 Gun ships having gone to Cruise in the Mediteranean and Coverd the last six Months list of arrivals. “On the 23d: Inst. arrived the U. S. Ship John Adams, Capn: Chauncy from Hampton Roads, he yesterday Compleated his water & will go this day for Malta...
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...
6 June 1804, Gibraltar. No. 152. “I had the honor of adressing you the 28. Ulto: No: 151 with Copy of a Paragraph from Consul Simpson of Tangiers Letter to me 27: ditto per Copy anexd. “This day in the course of Conversation with Hamet Bigia the Empr: of Morroccos Agent he told me had orders from his Master to Purchase some Cables & ca: for his Cruisers and that His Majesty intended sending...
28 May 1804, Gibraltar. No. 151. “Not Being favourd with any of yours, I beg leave to referr to my last which I had the honor of adressing you No. 150 under 18: Instant, nor have I heard further regarding the Tunis business. “I now beg leave to anex Copy of a paragraph of a Letter to me from Consul Simpson of Tanger yesterdays date, which I received this day.” RC and enclosure, two copies (...
18 May 1804, Gibraltar. No. 150. “By my last Communication No: 149 [10 May 1804] I had the honour of anexing Copy of one from Stephen Cathalan Junr: Esqr. Comercial agent at Marseilles in conformity to his request, but have not heard further from him on the Subject of the Tunis Warr. Capn: Dogget in the Brig Albion from Marseilles for Boston arrived the 15th: Int: in 12 days, who informed me...
10 May 1804, Gibraltar. No. 149. “Without the honor of any of your favours since my last No. 148 [24 Apr. 1804] I have only time to forward you Via Cadiz the annexd Copy of a Letter just received from our Comercial Agent Stepn: Cathalan Junr: Esqr. at Marseilles with the Disagreeable News of Tunis having declared Warr against the U. S. “None of our State Vessels in this Neighbourhood.” Adds in...
24 April 1804, Gibraltar. No. 148. “I had this honour of adressing you last under No: 147 with Copy of Comodor Pribles agreeable account of the distroying of the Philadelphia, since when have not heard from said Gentleman, indeed we have had no conveyance from that quarter [for] want of Easterly Wind which is just sett in. “I received a few lines from Mr: Brent of your Department dated 21st:...