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Refering to my last respects of 20th of March, by the ship Benjn. Franklin from Havre. I have the honour to adress you a statement of occurences since that time in whatever relates to the Commerce & interests of our Country. My former inclosures (No. 1), related to the situation of three American sailors condemned to twenty four Years chains. I am sorry to say that this sentence has since been...
Inclosing Copy of my last account with Vouchers—I have taken the Liberty to send you a Pamphlet on the Fête of the 18th. Brumaire, in celebration of Peace. Permit me Sir, to congratulate you upon the happy effects it may produce in our Country, among which may be anticipated that of Consolidating our republican System, and of re-uniting all our Citizens in one Common cause—and in one common...
I had the honour of writing you on the 1st. 2d. & 3d inst., by the Ship Philadelphia and Brig Betsey from Antwerp. The Ministers plenipotentiary of the United States near this Government having honoured me with the appointment of Commissioner under the late Convention with france, I left Antwerp on the 29th. Ultimo. and my Powers with my Secretary Mr. John Robertson a Native of Gravelines who,...
10 September 1802, Bordeaux. Has received JM’s letter of 22 June [not found] enclosing his commission as commercial agent for Antwerp. “I am preparing to leave this and expect to be at my post by the beginning of October.… The post assigned me equals my highest wishes.” Will sign the necessary bonds and transmit them to his uncle, Dr. Barnet of New Jersey, for the signatures of his sureties....
§ From Isaac Cox Barnet. 23 April 1806, Paris. “With my respects of the 26th. Ulto. I had the honor to transmit copies of papers relative to a personal insult passed upon me by Michael O’mealy—as I was coming out of General Armstrong’s House on the 13th. of march last —and of the utter refusal of this Minister to Shew me that countenance and Support to which as an officer of the United States...
§ From Isaac Cox Barnet. 26 March 1806, Paris. “The enclosed papers will inform you of the particulars of a personal insult which has been passed upon me while in the discharge of my official duties. As a man I could have resented it without application to the aid of my Government: but believing as I did, that the independence of my office was affected, I made haste to Shelter its dignity...
§ From Isaac Cox Barnet. 24 April 1806, Havre. “I have the honor to transmit to your Department in obedience to your ‘Standing’ and Subsequent instructions to Consuls of the U:S.—a report of the Vessels of the U: States which have entered and cleared at the port of Cherbourg during the last Six months of 1805—together with the accompts relative to receipts and Expenditures for seamen at the...
13 June 1801, Bordeaux. Transmits duplicate of 2 June letter. Reports that nearly all seamen mentioned therein have since obtained passages or employment, five on a vessel at Ile de Ré, nine at Le Havre. Exception is Capt. John Percevele of Barnstable, Massachusetts, because of age and infirmity, to whom Barnet’s agent at La Rochelle gave money; no American captain would give him passage. Has...
30 June 1801, Bordeaux. Transmits duplicate of last dispatch with packet from Cathalan. Decision of minister of marine on seamen at Rochefort and Saumur still unknown. Three at Rochefort deserted from the Eagle , and report of one seaman is enclosed. Has received no reply from Murray on the Lloyd family, whom he continues to support. Local commissary has referred Burley case to ministers of...
Referring to my respects from Havre of the 11th. of which a copy pr ecedes, I have the Satisfaction to add that the Schooner Hope pu t to Sea with a fair wind, on Monday the 12th. Inst: at 3 O’Clock. Her Safe arrival in the U. S. will, I trust, precede this in full numerical course. Confidential This morning a Gentleman who left Madrid on the 27th. July handed me the two accompanying packets...