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10 October 1801, Philadelphia. Writes as president of an incorporated insurance company to complain of Spanish attacks on American shipping. Notes abatement of abuses by Great Britain and France; it is therefore improbable that the latter instigated these seizures. Sole ground seems to be “the idle pretence of holding Gibraltar in a State of Blockade by a few paltry Privateers.” This is not a...
Having met with an occasion to open the way to a Correspondence with you in some measure Official, and presuming that former acquaintance is not wholly forgotten, I beg leave to offer a few words as a private Citizen. My attachement to the Principles of the Government, and to those which are likely to guide the Administration of it, leave me free from objection to assist in such Administration...
10 October 1801, Bristol. Reports that, contrary to the information given in his last dispatch, the Cape of Good Hope will be returned to the Dutch but Cape Town will become a free port. Trinidad will be ceded to Great Britain. Encloses newspapers with other peace terms and a London price current. Also encloses a letter from Lynch on the subject Vander Horst earlier wrote to JM about; hopes...