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Without the honour of any of your favour sine my last adresses to you No: 68 under date 19t. Ultimo to which please be referrd: On the 19: Ulto: arrived in this Bay from Cadiz under American Collours the Ship Sidney, Samuel Thompson Master, & Daniel Tilton of Ph ilada: Super Cargo, loaded with About 240 Hogsheads Tobacco, & reported from Norfolk in Virginia, stating that she was blown off the...
Deprived of the pleasure of hearing from you, since I had the honour of addressing you pr N: 66 & 67 by which I Communicated the arrival of the Schooner Philada. Packett Nathl. Noyes Master (and not Norris, as he first reported) with a Cargo of Tobacco Rice & flower, pretending to have been blown off the Coast of America, & was intended for Boston, said Schooner is, as I am informed, still in...
I beg leave to have the honour of claiming your refference to the Copy of my last Communication herewith No. 65 under 30: Ulto: & to add on the Subject of the Schooner Philada. Packett, & that by the Register of the Vessel, the Master is called Nathaniel Noyes, & not Norris as reported at the health office. This I obtaind thro the information of a freend, but could get no other Particulars; He...
I beg leave to referr to what I had the honour of writing you No. 63 under date of 15t: Inst: & 64 the 16t: Do. P Copys herewith. By the former you will see the particulars of the Schooner Philadelphia Packett, Nathl: Norris Master; all that I have been able to find out since then is that she was cleard from Philadelphia for Boston with the Proofs of Property. Finding some days had elapsed...
I beg leave to refer to what I had the honor of wri ting you yesterday P annexed Copy and have not been favo red with any of yours. I find the Bearer of Consul Lear ’s original Letter to me of 5th. Aug. last accompanying one for me from your Dept. and for other Consuls is at M alaga & I now write Consul Kirkpatrick to retire said Pa pers & forward the inclosed. I have this day passed a B ill...
Without the honour of any of your Commands, I beg leave to Confirm my last Respects No: 62 under date of 22d: October, when advised the arrival of the ship Leonidas Capn: Mc:Kinsie at Algeir at a very Seasonable time & that all was well, as that Coll. Lear had drawn on me for $7000 wch. are paid, having sent me £1500 Stg: in Bills on Messrs: Bearings of London to provide for same. I have Still...
I had the honour of adressing you the 29. Ulto. No. 61 & since then I forwarded you the Chronicles P Cap. Farley of Boston which hope get safe to hand, & you have now two others. The two Algereen frigates continue Cruising in those Seas & to the Westward, have Captured Several Portuguese Boats. Comd. Scarniche in a Portuguese 74 & two frigates with a Brig has left Lisbon in quest of them. A...
I have not been honourd with any of your Commands since my last No: 60 under date 13: Ultimo with the Chronicles publish here for your information of the Spanish affairs which still continues favourable to the Patriots. Finding a Vessel is going from Cadiz to New York, I inclose you several Dispatches, likewise annex you several extracts of our Consul W. Riggin Esqr: of Triests letters, sent...
The want of safe Conveyance has kept the Inclosed back, also several others which go by this Conveyance, to all which I have the honour of referring you, & to the Chronciles herewith for what relates to the affairs of Spain, as nothing else Occurrs. Mr: Young our Consul General for Madrid was here a few days ago, told me had some Dispatches from Mr: Erving, with which he went for England in...
I beg leave to anex you Copy of my lasts No. 57. & 58, also of Consul Lears to me under date 31st. March last being so requested by him. In my last Mentiond I inclosed you one from said Gentleman & you have herewith two others, one from Consul Kirkpatrick of Malaga, & one Consul Simpson of Tanger. The Spaniards have rose in a Mass against their Invaders, who took the whole of the Royal family...
Still deprived the honour of any of your Commands, I beg leave to referr to my last Respects No: 57 dated 14t: Inst: accompanying one from Consul Lear of Algeir since when have no further accounts. Of the Bills which I then mentiond to have received from said Gentleman, on you, I have Endorsed & passd two one for $4000 to Mordacai & Saml: N Lewis, & that for $3000 to John S. Larned. I have...
Without any of your Commands I beg leave to referr to the inclosed Coppy of what I had the honour of writing you the 16t. March last No. 55. You have herewith Copy of an abstract of Consul Lear of Algeirs letter to Consul Montgomery of Alicante, under date 28. Ultimo wch. is truely Alarming. Three Algereen Cruisers I understand were to the Westward, one of which is sayd returns to the...
I beg leave to Confirm the preceeding Copy of my last Respects No: 54, since when have not been honourd with any of yours. A few Days ago a french Squadron of five Sail the Line who got out of Rochford enterd the Mediterrenean, since when an English one under Sir Richd. Strawhan, past this in pursute of them with Seven Sail the Line. I have the honr to be with respect Sir Your most obedt &...
Not being honourd with any of yours since my last of 4: Inst. Pr Copy herewith to which referr, The Commander in Chief continued inflexible in his Determination regarding Colonial Produce being only Cleard for England. The Tryals of the Quantigo Bay Cook has come on, also the Calisto both wch. have been Cleard, and with regard to the Neptune, one Eighth salvage has been alowd the Captors. We...
I had the honor of addressing you the 10th. ultimo No. 50, & the 18. Do. No. 51 By the former I inclosed duplicates of Collonel Lears letters to me and advised his dfts P $25,000 which are all paid, for the reimbursement of which he sent me his dfts on you to same amount which I indorsed and forwarded you to be Credited me by your Honourable Department. I then advised the Brig Neptune of...
Without the pleasure of hearing from you I beg leave to refer to what I had the honour of adressing you Pr No. 48 & 49 Pr Copy Inclosed, also of Coll. Lears to me & his 2d. Bills to my order on you for $10,000 $10,000 10,000 5000 } $25,000 that you do the needful therewith to Credit my account with your Honl. Depts. for which purpose I have endorsed same to you. We have in Port about 12 Sail...
I beg leave to referr to what I had the honour of adressing you pr No: 48 on the 29: Ulto: which being kept back for want of a fair wind, will now go with this. Since then a Number of our Merchant Vessels have put into this Port, some on account the Communication made by British Ships of Warr that Algiers were Capturing our Trade; this would have been stopd before now had we had an Easterly...
I have not been honourd with any of your Commands since my last adresses No: 47 under 13th: Inst: of which you have herewith Copy. I then mentiond the Algereens carrying into Port the American Vessels, but on the 25t: Inst: I had the great satisfaction of receiving a Letter from Coll: Lear of the 16: Instant with the agreeable account of his having settled all Differences with the Dey P Copy...
The Annexd being Detaind for want of Conveyance, I have now to Communicate the unplesant intelligence just received from a Respectable house at Barcelona to a Merchant at this place of the Algereins having declard Warr against the United States and Captured four Vessels as P Copy of his Paragraph under 2d: Instant; a Boat from Oran seems to Confirm said Account adding that Nine american...
I have not been favourd with any of your Commands since I had the honour of adressing you under the 14th. of last Month No: 46. I then mentiond a Rusin fleet of 11 Sail the line & other Vessels having passd to the Westward; they are at Lisbon. A few days ago arrived three British Ships of the Line with a Number of Transports from Sicily & about 9000 Troops. They are still here, & it is...
I had the honour of addressing you the 19: June last pr No. 44 when accompanied Copy of a letter from Consul Gibbs of Palermo regarding his Sicilian Majestys Blocad of the Ports of Naples in Possession of His Enemys. I now beg leave to hand you at foot a note of the American Vessels which have been detaind since my last by British Cruisers, & their fate. Collonel Lear of Algeir has lately...
Continuing without the honour of any of your Commands since my last dispatch N: 42 under date 16t: April last to which beg leave to be referrd. The late Ambassador Melamili is still here. He Purchased a large parcell of Gun Powder which he sent four days ago for Tunis. Two Portuguese Ships of the Line is gone off that Port in quest of Algereen Cruisers Capn. Richardson who I mentiond in my...
I have not been honourd with any of your favours, since my last dispatch No. 40 under date of 10: Inst:. I then informed you of Messrs: Baring of London having paid Coll. Lears drft to my order Pr £1500 Stg when became due. I also informd you that Adl: Duckworth was at anchor with 14 British Sail of the Line oposite the Dardenals, as the Turkish Govermt: had refused their passing up, as that...
I have not been honourd with any of your favours since my last Dispatch No. 39 under date 3d. Ulto. I then advised Messrs. Sir Francis Baring &Co. of London having Protested Tobias Lear Esqr of Algeirs Bill 11 Octr. last my order p£ 1500 Stg for Govern’t. service for non Acceptance. I have now the satisfaction to inform you that I yesterday had advice of its being paid when became due. The...
Still without the honor of any of your Commands I beg leave to referr to my last Dispatch No. 38 under date of 18. Ultimo when advised admiral Duckworth with five sail the Line having left this for Sicily & Constantinople, at same time I inclosed the list of arrivals & Departure of our Trading Vessels for the last Six Months. The Portuguese Squadron that Cruises in the Gutt has been reinforced...
Deprived of the pleasure of hearing from you since I had the honor of adressing you pr No. 36 under date 22d. Ulto. advising the Constitution Capn: Campbell having proceeded said day for Algier, & presume would go with Colll. Lear to Tunis. I then enclosed you abstract of a letter from Colll. Lear of 23d: Novembr. when all was well, to which & the other Contents of my said Letter please be...
Not being honourd with any of yours, I beg leave to referr to my last respects under 5. Instant No: 35, by which you will have seen the Departure of the Ship Two Brothers with the Tunis ambassr: & Doctr: Triplet for Tunis on the 3d: of this Month. On the 18th: Instant arrived the Constitution Capn: Campbell from Lisbon & Cadiz, when I deliverd him Coll: Lears & other letters which had reachd...
Deprived of the pleasure of being honourd with any of your Commands since my last respects No: 34 under of 26t: ulto: I have now to inform you that the Constitution not appearing, & the Rumours of the Warr between Algeir & Tunis having in a manner subsided, the Ambassador proceedd: with the Ship Brothers, & Doctor Triplett on the 3d: Instant, for Tunis, & as yet have heard nothing from Coll:...
Not being honourd with any of your Commands I beg leave to be referrd to my last adresses No: 33 under date 15th: Ins: I then mentiond what occurred with the Tunis Ambassador, & the Reports of the War s between his Country & Algeirs, which induced him to request of Capn: Candler to wait the arrival of the Constitution to request a Convoy of Capn: Campbell. I wrote him on the subject to Cadiz &...
Deprived the honor of any of your favours since my last Respects No. 32 under date 4t. ulto., since when we have arrived from England Sir Hugh Dalrymple as Commander in Chief, & in consequence of a Petition from the Merchants he has alowed for the present, the Tobacco from America lodged in the Bay to be Landed under bond to be Exported in same Casks, to evade the Danger of the Winter Season....