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Sir By the hand of Doctor Warner Consul Logie Doctor which Returns to London I hope you will Ricvied these few Lines He has attended us Since being in algiers By order of Count D’Espilly when under his protection Since as we Could Not Claim any wieght to the Spanish Hospitle without going into it which was Not agreable without Dangeros ill I think he has paid unfriendly attention to Me as I...
I take the Liberty of Directing a Letter to your Honour in order to Convey My Letters to Boston and Will be much obliged to you to forword them & further for gods Sake and the Love of Man to assist Us in this Sad State of Slavery allthough the Sum Is Large But we Cannot help that it is Despreat To be Under the Situation of a Slave as We are the property of the King as Much as his horse Sir if...
Sir I take the Liberty of Directing a Letter to your Honour in order to Convay My Letters To Boston and Will be much obliged to you to forward them & further for gods Sake and the Love of Man to assist Us in this Sad State of Slavery allthough the Sum Is Large But we Cannot help that it is Despreat To be Under the Situation of a Slave as We are the property of the King as Much as his horse Sir...
Sir. I take the Liberty to enclose a line to you as we receivd one from you, by the hand of M r. Lambe which came here to make peace for America & to redeam the Americans in slavery But not power to do either as the price was so high as six thousand Dollars for a Master and four ditto for a mate and fifteen hundred for sailors the King will not bate one six pence and will not have any thing to...
Sir, I take the Liberty to enclose a line to you as we receivd one from you, by the hand of M r. Lambe which came here to make peace for America & to redeam the Americans in slavery But not power to do either as the price was so high as six thousand Dollars for a Master and four ditto for a mate and fifteen hundred for sailors the King will not bate one sixpence and will not have any thing to...
Supposing Som one gentleman to be charged with the affairs of the united States of america in London I take the Liberty to write The Bearrer of this Letter Doctor warner his Brittanick Majestys Doctor in algirs and a gentleman that is able To give you any intelligence That you may want as To the affairs in algirs and allso as to our mortifying State of Slavery and has bin the means of Saveing...
Supposing Som one gentleman to be charged with the affairs of the united States of america in London I take the Liberty to write The Barrer of this Letter Doctor warner his Brittanick Majestys Doctor in algiers and a gentleman that is able To give you any intelligence That you may want as To the affairs in algirs and allso as to our mortifying State of Slavery and has bin the means of Saveing...
We The Subjects of the United States having the misfortune of Being taken by the Cruisers of Algires and has Been made Slaves of take the Liberty of Informing you of oure present Situation the Severities of which is Beyond youre Immaginition— The Honourble Charles Logie Esq r. British Couns l. Has taken three masters of Vessells of us Out & c. keep us at his house paying to The King of This...