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I have not had the Honor of writing to you, since I have embarked in this Business, as you must have received Intelligence more satisfactory from other Quarters. Our detention in Paris was unhappy considering the Season, however we wished to make up for it by a speedy Journey—being but eight days on the Road. Our Progress is now retarded for Want of Mules, as there are many Travellers across...
I should have paid the highest Respect to your Excellency’s Injunction of writing by every safe Opportunity—but that I conceived such Information, as I could have communicated hitherto, would have been only a Reiteration of M r Carmichaels Letters.— At present,—as M r. Lamb does not write,—nor has directed me thereto,—I think it my Duty to manifest an early Disposition of complying in every...
The last Letter I had the Honor to address to your Excellency was of the 17 th: instant—conveyed by M r Harrison, who has resided in Cadiz, I believe in Quality of Consul—in which I suggested some small Difficulties embarrassing M r Lamb’s Embarkation—but as I had not received Intelligence of their Removal until M r Harrison was on the Point setting out—he will supply to your Excellency, that...
I should have addressed your Excellency long e’er this, since my Arrival from Algiers —but being in Expectation of bringing on M r: Lamb’s Letters—was entirely without Suspicion of the many Impediments which retarded my Progress thus far. M r Lamb must undoubtedly have given your Excellencies the Reasons of sending me from thence—and however repugnant to my Inclinations, I must be necessitated...
I should have paid the highest Respect to your Excellency’s Injunction of writing by every safe Opportunity—but that I conceived such Information as I could have communicated hitherto, would have been only a Reiteration of M r Carmichaels Letters. At present,—as M r. Lamb does not write, nor has directed me thereto, I think it my Duty to manifest an early Disposition of complying in every...
The last Letter I had the Honor to address to your Excellency was of the 17 th: instant—conveyed by M r Harrison, who has resided in Cadiz, I believe in Quality of Consul—in which I suggested some small Difficulties embarrassing M r Lamb’s Embarkation—but as I had not received Intelligence of their Removal until M r Harrison was on the point setting out—he will supply to your Excellency that...
I should have addressed your Excellency long e’er this, since my Arrival from Algiers—but being in Expectation of bringing on M r; Lamb’s Letters—was entirely without Suspicion of the many Impediments which retarded my Progress thus far. M r Lamb must undoubtedly have given your Excellencies the reasons of sending me from thence—and however repugnant to my Inclinations I must be necessitated...
Since my Arrival here from Carthegena I have been in constant Expectation of a secure Opportunity for forwarding the inclosed, being nearly the Copy of a Letter I wrote to my Father shortly after my landing in Spain. It contains all the Observations I have been enabled to make by Reason of the Obstacles which (in my Situation at Algiers) prevented particular Enquiry. Indeed I had not the most...