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My private business having required my return to this Country, I take the liberty to inform you that I Shall be obliged for a while to be absent from my Consulate of Rome, but before my departure from that Country I have entrusted my Father for the of a Vice Consul in that place, and Mr. Stefano Desplas to act for the Same employement in the Port of Civitavecchia the principal Port in the...
1 June 1801, Philadelphia. Explains that private business has required his return to the U.S. Before his departure, he appointed his father vice-consul in Rome and Stefano Desplas vice-consul at Civitavecchia, “the principal Port in the Roman Territory.” Requests that his absence be excused. Has today received a letter from Desplas of 10 Mar. reporting Tripoli’s threat of a declaration of war...
1 June 1801, Philadelphia. Expresses his continuing interest in the Cádiz consulate despite his distance from it and, devoted to duty, communicates his ideas on the following subject. Apologizes for expressing himself in Spanish but does so better in that language and knows that Wagner will translate it well. Has learned from public information how the despotic Barbarian powers have behaved...
1 June 1801, Philadelphia. Recommends that America join with Spain and several other European powers to maintain peace. Suggests that the contribution of an armed vessel by the U.S. to an international patrol would safeguard commerce in Mediterranean. RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , Cádiz, vol. 1). 1 p.; in Spanish. Incomplete; preceding page or pages not found.