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After many little disappointments I arrived at Algiers the 25 th. March and within the Term of three or four Days I found that the whole Amount of the Money in my Hand belonging to the public would not purchase the People who are the unfortunate in Consequence of which I despatched m r. Randall so that your Excellencies might have the earliest Notice of our matters in that quarter: in a short...
Finding my self unable to Imbark, and desiring to have my declaration forw d. as soon as possible according to your Excellenc y orders;. have sent the vessel to Give the early st notice. She Sail d. the ninth of this Cur t. with Every Transaction, together with my last order s from your Excellencys. the Vessel is insured and doth not sail at publick expence. I should be glad if I could here if...
Barcelona, 16 Feb. 1786 . “On the 11th Day we arrived here”; has drawn for £2,600 sterling in all, £2,000 of which he will receive Monday next; hopes that the trinkets brought from Paris will gain him an audience at Algiers; has met with some little disappointments since leaving France which have detained them until this time; hopes to sail next week and refers them to Harrison for particulars...
After maney little Disapointments, I arrived at Algiers the 25th March and within the term of three or four Days I found that the whole amount of the money in my hands belonging to the publick would not purchas the people who are the unfortunate in consequence of which I Dispatchd Mr. Randall so that your Excellencyes might have the earlyest notice of our matter in that Quarter: in a short...
Finding my self unable to Imbark and Desiring to have my Decleration forwarded as soon as possible according to your Excellency orders; have sent the vessel to give the earlyst notice. She sailed the nineth of this Curt. with Every Transaction, together with my last orders from Your Excellencys. The vessel is insured and Doth not sail at publick expence. I should be glad if I could here if Mr....