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By the Brig Samuel Capn. Job West via Baltimore I had the honor to address you on the 11th. inst. inclosing a copy of my Letter to the Minister for an entire copy of the Papers relative to the Aurora and Four Sisters and a letter from Mr. OBrien. In a conversation I recently had with a Portugueze Gentleman concerning to the Brazils; he observ’d that a considerable extent of territory on the...
27 September 1804, Lisbon. “I had the honor to address you on the 21st. Instant [not found] by the Brig Hiram Captn Lucas via Boston, Inclosing my Communications to this Government relative to authenticating, two Laws of this realm prohibiting foreigners trading with the Colonies & a Copy of the condemnation of the Brig Aurora, under the great seal; and concerning the quarantine; both of which...
The enclosed Nos. 1, 2, 3. are Circulars I addressed to the several Consuls in the Streights, which will give You all the information I possessed before to-day concerning the Moorish Ship. This Morning I was told her Pilot had said to Pilot on board an American Vessel, that a Moorish Seaman acquainted him she was going direct to Sallee to deliver the Cordage and Sail Cloth they got here, which...
My last dated 26th. November, which I had the Honor to address to You was by the Brig Washington, Captn. Dyer, via Province-town Massats. It was under Cover with a dispatch I received from Mr. Pinckney. By the Ship Hare Captn. North, via New York, I forwarded a dispatch from the same Gentleman, and another by the Venus Captn. Bunce, for the same Port. I have now the Pleasure to inclose one I...
8 October 1803, Lisbon . Encloses circulars “to the several Consuls in the Streights,” marked nos. 1, 2, and 3, with information about “the Moorish Ship.” “This morning” heard that “her Pilot” had sailed on board an American ship “to Sallee to deliver the Cordage and Sail Cloth they got here, which is wanted to rig a new vessel.” “After affording the Moor what succours he wanted to the great...
25 April 1804, Lisbon. “By the Brig Star Captain Simmons I had the honor to forward an enclosure of the 26th. March a packet from Mr. Pinckney handed me by Mr. Graham & duplicate of my letter of the 19th. a packet received by Post from Mr. Pinckney and a letter from Mr. Graham. I have now the honor to inclose duplicates of the Recapitulation of the semi-annual List, a list of the protections...
26 August 1803, Lisbon . Wrote JM last on 19 Aug. [not found] by the brig Mary , Captain Cooke, via Providence, which also carried a letter from O’Brien, a copy of the application in favor of Captain Seymour, and a copy of the note with Lamar’s commission, “Since which a circumstances has occurred that in peace would not have excited much attention, but in this time of uncertainty every...
18 June 1803, Lisbon . Between the date of his last letter and that of the enclosed state paper “a hot press was set on foot by the English Vessels of War in this Port, but in no instance did they impress American Seamen with Protection.” Those without protection were released immediately on his application. “After the declaration was issued the impress Service ceased.” The “great object” of...
The last letters I had the honor to write to you were dated the 3rd. & 18th. Ulto:. I sent a duplicate & triplicate of the first, the dupliplicate via Liverpool & the triplicate by the way of Falmouth. The original I intended to send by the Commerce, Captn. Robbins, but he finally took a freight for the Streights. Since the date of the last, little has occurred of interest in Portugal. It is...
§ From William Jarvis. 23 December 1805, Lisbon. “The foregoing is a Copy of the letter I had the honor to write you the 3rd. Inst. by the Brig Rebecca Captain Wilson for Philadelphia. Since which no arrangement has taken place relative to Quarantines, except two orders sent to the Health Office of Bellem the 18th. & 26 Ulto. the former very mild the latter very rigid. This may be imputed to...
Since the date of the letter which will accompany this, ie 21st. Ulto:; which has s at in my desk waiting the daily release of our Vessels in this Port (although a Duplicate has been sen t by the way of St. Uber) nothing Material has occ urred in this Place. Out of the great numbers of Vessels I understand were about Sailing from the United States, three only have got in, so that the Scarcity...
But one or two opportunities occurring since I was honored with your favour of the 6. July; and being then much pressed with business prevented my sooner having had the pleasure to reply. I exceedingly regret with you Sir, the violence & injustice that has forced us to resign the quiet times of peace to assume the Stern aspect of War. So many convincing reasons suggested themselves to my mind...
The last letter I had the honor to address to you was dated the 10th. Ultimo; but not having had the satisfaction to hear from you Sir since I received your favour of the 16 April last, it is with great diffidence I venture to address you again. But when a document of such a nature as your message to both Houses of Congress lays before me, the statements it contains so highly honorable to your...
The inclosed of the 23rd. Decr. is a copy of the last letter I had the honor to address to you via Falmouth to the care of R. W. Fox Esqr. and I shall now take the liberty to add some remarks to the Commercial observations in it, which I perceive that I omitted. I was not sufficiently explicit as to the price of Cod-fish in Cadiz; six dollars P quintal being the price by small parcels after...