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Your letters of 2 & 18 Septr. 6 Octr. 1. 9. 10. 15. 16. 13. 25, 19, & 21 Novr. and 8th. Decr. have been received since the date of Mr. Lincoln’s letter by the Grand Turk, which sailed from New York in March last, with the third cargo of Regalia for Tunis. The proofs, which have been given by the Bashaw of Tripoli, of hostile designs against the United States, have, as you will learn from...
Enclosed is the invoice of the ship Peace and Plenty, which carries out the last cargo of the stores, stipulated to be delivered to the Bey of Tunis. We hope they will be favorably received, and that the business of the present of jewells has been arranged at as small a sacrifice as possible. By the last advices from Mr. King it is probable, that they have before now arrived at Tunis. If you...
Capt. Jercovich of the Ragusan Brigantine Benevenuto having executed a release of his charter-party, I enclose a certified copy of the instrument for your information. I have delivered to him on your behalf a mutual release. The money paid to him on account of this transaction has been duly charged against you in the Treasury books. I am very respectfully, sir, Your most obed. servt. RC ( TxU...
Your several letters not heretofore acknowledged have been received down to that of the 22d. day of february last. Your Bills amounting to Sixteen thousand Dollars in favor of Stephen Kingston and John Shaw, will be paid; but it is regretted that the draughts were made, particularly that for future contingencies, without the statement of your accounts, which had been enjoined. I hope you will...
Not having your last letters by me I cannot refer to their dates, nor particularly to their contents. The most important part of them communicated the plan concerted with the brother of the Bashaw of Tripoli for making use of him against the latter, in favour of the U. States. Altho’ it does not accord with the general sentiments or views of the United States to intermeddle in the domestic...
I have received your several letters of the 5. 7 & 9th. August 12th. September 9. 13 & 22d. October, 9 & 12th Novr. 13 & 20th. Decr. 1802. The Dey of Algiers having urged several objections to receiving Mr. Cathcart as Consul in the room of Mr. OBrien, the President has determined to appoint another; thus yielding to the usage, which admits of the refusal of a Consul for reasons peculiar to...
7 January 1805, Department of State. “I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 18th. Septr. last , and to inform you that no Act of this Government, has been passed to release the Chevalier Antonio Parcile [Porcile] from the demand you have against him for payments made as his surety on loans obtained by him at Tunis in 1798,9 for the purposes of ransoming from Slavery...
In answer to the letter in which you bring the subject of your claims, arising whilst you were the Consul at Tunis, again before this department, I have to observe, that no new evidence has been received, since the letter to the Committee of claims, of which a copy is enclosed, was written; except the statements of Doctor Davis. These, as you will perceive, tend to prove the actual extortion...