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In consequence of the arrival at this City of Mr. George W. Erving our cha rgé d’affaires of the United States at Madrid (who has had the goodness to admit an tment in my House) which has been to me a great Satisfaction, as I have had an opportunity to acquaint him with, and prove to him the legal proceedings & transactions of this office, of which he has remained compleatly convinc’d, as also...
At last I am returned from Sevilla after spending my time, being sorry to s ay to no effect, alltho’ I used the best of my endeavors to persuade the Supreme J unta the unfounded motives for not liberating the Vessels & Cargoes of the V essels carried in to Algeziras & Ceuta, which will appear by the Copies of my offices on the subject, which I transmit’d to Mr. Erving after the communication...
Confirming the contents of what I had the pleasure to add ress you pr the Ship Sheppardess John Doan Master I now advise you that I hav e determin’d to depart for Sevilla to try if I can obtain the liberation of the Vessels be ing detained at Algeciras, which were order’d to be freed by the Duke of Berg, as well as by the Junta at Sevilla, but afterwards suspended for reasons unknown; and as...
On the other side please find Duplicate of what I had the honor to write you on the dates and conformable to my offer enclosed I remit you Publications &ca. since said date, which will give you a competent Knowledge of the Circums tances in which this Country is in. The 3d. and 4th. inst. about four thousand English troops have landed at Port to refresh untill the Convoy expected from England...
Referring to what I had the honor to address you the 1st. 19th. & 27. ultimo, the obje ct of the present will be to acquaint you that as soon as the contents of the Ma drid Gazette of the 20th. May (forwarded you via Tangiers) was read throughout this King dom the whole nation rise proclaiming the Prince of Asturias for their King; it is calc ulated that at this moment there is under Arms near...
The object of the present is to inform you Sir, that P the enclose d Copies will appear how Richard Hughes has plagued me with incompetent demands regar ding the Brig Mary of New York. My answer to him refers to the information already sent yo u and which I now amplofy. He Acerts that said Vessel was bought here by Capn. Samue l Young (which is true) after being abandoned by the former Owner....
I make bold to take up your time, requesting your Kind atten tion to what follows. Notwithstanding that I have the honor of your personal acquaint ance, be ing certain, that the legality of my proceedings are well Known to you; nevertheless I am of fear that owing to so many complaints against me, they might operate and my ity suffer. Being compleatly satisfied of the zeal and just Spirit of...
Permit me Sir to apologize for molesting your attention so frequently, but considering that I am under a precise necessity to defend myself against the machi nations of my persecutor Mr. Meade, by whose influence alone I am wrongly involved and d. The Schooner Lucana of Boston from Philadelphia to Lisbon not being permitted to enter by the British Squadron was forced to look for another Port...
On the other side please find Duplicate of what I had the honor to ad dress you on the 13th. instant pr the Ship Manchester Capt. Reynolds, bound to Philadelphia; since when I have received from the Capn. General of this Department an official Letter, of which and of my answer thereto, I have the pleasure to enclose you Copies; not doubting in the least that the contents of my answer will...
This Government has taken no determination as yet, respecting the following Vessels detained in the Port of Algeziras, in consequence of the Decree of the 8th. ultimo. Mary Thos. Hunt Sugar &ca. from Philadelphia Zacharias David Lufkin Fish from Newberryport Helena Leml. Foster Flour & Pork Boston. Seaman T. B. Lasher Sugar Tobacco & ca. New York. This Vessel & Cargo was lost in a gale of Wind...
I have the honor to enclose you Copies of my Official letter, to this Capn. General of the Navy & of his answer thereto, in consequence of th e American Brig Mary Capt. Thomas Hunt being visited by a British Pr ivateer on her voyage from Philadelphia to this Port; which agreable to His Catholic Majesty’s Decree of the 8th. ultimo (the Gazette containing the same I remitted P the Brig Peggy...
The enclosed Document will prove the manner I have acted with Capt. Charles H. Hun t, who has brought me into troubles, as on the Eve of his sailing an order was issued by this Governor to de tain the Vessel & bring her Rudder ashore; not knowing the motives I officiated with his Excellency concern ing them; Capt. Hunt addressed me a petition claiming his property, on which I insisted; and the...
Not doubting but Mr. George W. Erving at Madrid, Keeps you duly ad vised of every occurence there pr the Packets he forwards me for you Sir, and which I c arefully deliver to Captains bound to them States, I will not trouble you with repetition. I have been duly honored with the Book of Acts passed at the sec ond session of the 9th. Congress, which you have been so Kind to forward me. Please...
Allthough I am most certain that our Chargè d’Affairès at Ma drid Mr. George W. Erving has apprized you Pr his Packets remitted to me & w hich I have forwarded Pr the Schooner Middleton Capt. Whittemore bound for New York; of the happy arrangement with the Dey of Algiers; I think I sh ould be wanting to my duty if I did not enclose you Copy of Mr. To bias Lear’s Letter on the Subject, and...
The Vessel being under way only allows me time to annex you copies of Letters received this day from our Consul at Barcelona, which contains the disa greable news of the Algerines having begun their tricks towards our flag; and to assure you of the esteem and veneration with which I remain, Respected Sir, Your most obedt. & most hble Servt. DNA : RG 59—CD—Consular Despatches, Cadiz.
In a hurry of business the 4th. day of this month, Capt. Solomon Southw ick at a late hour in the evening appeared for his Papers, and owing to the same, papers belonging to another Vessell were delivered him, which without any examination he le ft the Office went on board and sailed the following morning very early; & allthough the mistake was found out the evening of his Sailing the evil...
Since I had the honor of addressing you on the 15th. ultimo, French troops to the amount of 30 thousand have entered Spain, and the Garrison of this City have marched to their destinations. The Governor of this City Marques del Socorro has been appointed to c ommand the Army of Estremadura, he has ordered under General Moreau. The Portugues gov ernment has issued a Proclamation on the 22d....
Refering to what I had the pleasure of addressing you, Pr the Ship Franklin Capt. Tewesbury bound to New York; I have the honor to advise you that on the 8th. inst. in virtue of orders from Madrid all communication between Algesiras and Gibraltar has been stopped under rigorous pains. The french fleet i s quite ready for Sea and anchored at the Mouth of this Bay. After tomorrow the Garrison of...
Craving your very kind attention to what I had the honor of addressing you on the 8t. August last, the object of the present will be to enclose you Copy of an official Letter from his Danish Majesty’s Minister at Madrid to the Consul residing at this City, by which you will be informed of War been declared with England; and to you that it is reported here this day that Copenhagen has been...
Notwithstanding being well aware that when our Chiefs are Silent, and they do not reprimand with unfounded complaints, it is a true and tacit sign that they approve our Conduct, and do not give hearings to false malicious representations and publications; therefore I hope and expect Sir that you will disimulate the franchise with which I expressed myself in my Letter of the 10th. June last;...
My last Respects was on the 10th. instant; Since has occured that the Captain General of the Navy Department has denied me the priviledge that since the year 1796, I was enjoying as Consul, appealing by simple Official Writs to the Tribunals of Prizes, in cases that the Captains had no funds to execute it, or against such of them as maliciously abandon’d defending themselves when not Owners of...
Continuing without Letters & instructions from you, the object of the present will be to enclose the Bond of responsibility of my managements which is signed, although I should consider it of no use for three powerfull reasons. First, having giv en innumerable proofs of my integrity, Zeal, maturity and honorable proceedings for the space of thi rteen Years that the office is under my care,...
Permit me Sir, to represent to your goodness my wishes to be acquainted if my Letters & re presentations are molesting not to incomode you with repetitions; being unhappy not having the honor to be informed if those directed to you Sir the 12. 23. 25. Novr. and 6th. Decr. 1805. 24. January, Fe bruary, 4. March, 23. April, 9th. May, 2. 10. 27. June, 3. 24. 30. July, 12. 18. 25. August, 6. 13....
I had the honor of addressing you on the 20th. ultimo p the Schooner Fr anklin John Smith Master bound to Philadelphia, since when thank G od, I am recovering fast from the Sudden attack of a malignant fever which I experienced last month. As I have had no further news from Comodore Campbell since the Circular received from him (Copy duly forwarded you) makes me hope that no bad consequences...
Referring to what I had the honor of addressing you on the 10th. Ultimo, the object of the present will be to advise you of an Armistice having taken place between the French and Prussians, without being able to penetrate what will be the results; and to inform you that the United States Ship Constitution H. G. Campbell Commander arrived in this Bay from Lisbon on the 10th. I have been so...
The delicacy of my honorable way of thinking, the in tegrity of my proceedings in the Service of that Government has forced me to mo lest you Sir with innumerable representations untill I proved the falsity o f the accusations public & private against me of my want of personal a ttendance to the Consular Office under my care; as after my Voyages to tha t Continent and Madrid (having been of...
Referring to what I had the honor of addressing you on the 24th. instant enclosing a Packet received from our Chargé d’affaires at Madrid: The object of the present will be to inform you that on the 25th: the United States Ship Constitution H. G. Campbell Commander arrived in this Harbor from Algeciras. In consequence the necessary Steps on my part were given to obtain Pratique, which against...
I have the honor of enclosing you two Packets and a Letter received this Post from our Chargé d’affaires Mr. G. W. Erving at Madrid, and from our Consul Mr. Montgomery at Alicante; and to advise you that orders have been received in the Department of the Navy, to put in readiness with Six months Provisions three Ships of the Line to start the moment orders will come down from Madrid. For...
Being still under the same care and uneasiness for the want of being informed, if you accept or disapprove the various points on which I have officially represented; the object of the present will serve to communicate to you, that in consequence of my Counts owing to my hearings against Mr. Anthony Terry, I have thought proper to suspend him from acting as Vice Consul for the United States,...
I had the honor of addressing you on the 10th. instant, and being still deprived of your valued instructions respecting the various points on which I have represented to you Sir, the object of the present will be to advise you that a Russian Embassador is on his way to Paris mission unknown, that the Swedish Consuls in Spain and Vessels in the Ports have been notified to leave the Country and...