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§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 2 August 1805, Philadelphia. The governor of Pensacola, commander of West Florida, has informed him of the declaration made by Manuel Durante, captain of the Spanish schooner Our Lady of Mount Carmel, who has just arrived at Pensacola from New Orleans. It appears that toward the end of February, coming in distress from Dolphin Island to Petitbois, and finding...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 25 August 1805, “Neighborhood of Philadelphia.” “Having been absent from the City for some days, I did not receive until to day your letter of the 18th. current in which you inform me of the capture of the American Brigantine Neptune by a French or Spanish privateer on her passage from the Island of St. Croix to Philada. and in which you enclose me various...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 10 September 1805, “Near Philadelphia.” Last night received JM ’s much appreciated letter of 5 Sept. and this morning takes up his pen in order to confirm the receipt and to enclose the passport JM requested for George Lewis Gray, agent of the Marine Insurance Company of Norfolk, to proceed to various ports in the West Indies for the purposes mentioned. RC ( DNA...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 26 September 1805, near Philadelphia . Guided by the sentiments of justice which characterize the king, Yrujo took the liberty to call the royal attention to certain expressions in JM ’s letter in response to the letter Yrujo wrote giving JM the news that the king had declared war on Great Britain, which referred to the hope that the United States would see the...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 14 October 1805, Philadelphia. Has the honor to send JM the attached copy of a letter just received from the governor of Puerto Rico, to the effect that the American brigantine Neptune, which was supposed to have been captured by a French or Spanish cruiser called Resource, Captain Janet, has not come to his port nor any of the others in his district. Asks JM...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 19 October 1805, Neighborhood of Philadelphia. Encloses a true copy of documents lately sent him by secretary of state Pedro Cevallos at the king’s order by the contents of which JM will see the offensive threat made by two U.S. citizens called John and James Callier, brothers, one a justice of the peace and the other principal magistrate in the Tensas district...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 29 October 1805, “Near Philadelphia.” Because some Spanish privateers have detained several ships that seemed to be American and taken them to Spanish ports, the United States minister in Madrid has made several complaints on the subject; the ministry of state having informed the ministry of marine about them, some of the said vessels have been set at liberty...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 6 December 1805, Philadelphia. The extreme effort with which I have endeavored to maintain the harmony and good understanding between Spain and the United States have made me read with a peculiar sensation the article of the message of the president sent to Congress the third of this month on political relations between the United States and the king my master....