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ALS : American Philosophical Society Messrs. J. F. Berard & Co of this place inform me that they are aprehensive some reports have been made to you to prejudice their requisition for a Commission of Letter of Mark for the Brig Antoinette wch. they are fitting out here under the Command of John Angus late of the Ship Franklin, and request me to communicate to your Excellency what knowlege I...
ALS : American Philosophical Society In consequence of the Note that you forwarded me with two Letters, one adress’d to the Honble. Cap: Landais late Commander of the Ship Alliance, and the other, to Lieutent. James Degge and the other Officers of the said Ship I gave immediate advice of their reception and that I was ready to deliver them agreeable to my instructions. No other notice being...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I received in course the Letter wch. Mr. Will: Franklin honor’d me with, inclosing your condemnation of the prize Mary of London captur’d by the privateer Revolution of Salem. I now beg leave to trouble you with the procedure of the prize st. Pierre of st. Andere [Santander] recaptured by the Ship Carolina Cap: Newell of Philadelphia after being four days...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Mr. Henry Mitchell of Boston who arrived here in the ship Alexander from Virginia, thinks it necessary to have a Letter of introduction to your Excellency, and notwithstanding I am convincd that an American Subject do’s not stand in need of any to your Excellency, yet to gratify Mr. Mitchells desire I have freely consented to recommend him to your...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Your Dispatches for the Ministers of Foreign affairs & Finances have come safe to my hands, and agreeable to your directions I have deliver’d them to the Captain of the Frigate bound to America, who promised to take particular care of them. With the utmost respect I have the honor to be Honor’d Sir Your most obedt. & most hle Servt Addressed: A Monsieur /...
ALS : American Philosophical Society Yesterday evening I received intelligence from Lieutenant Dale that a certain number of Midshipmen & Sailors belonging to the United States Service and under the immediate command of Cap: J. P. Jones, had engaged with Commodore Gillon of So. Carolina and that he had sent the said Midshipmen & Sailors to some town in Holland, by Land.— Cap: Jones having left...
ALS : American Philosophical Society The Schooner Betsey Cap: Barrett arrived here yesterday from James River Virginia, after a passage of twenty six days. He brings no public papers, but says both Main Armys were, when he saild, in winter Quarters, and that the British one in Georgia had made no material progress in it’s advances in that province, that Generals Moutry & Lincoln were marching...
ALS : American Philosophical Society By a letter we this day received from our mutual good friend Mr. Le Ray De Chaumont, we learn with pleasure of your independent appointmt. to the great affairs of America at this Court; with pleasure we say, because we are persuaded the important charge will do as much honor to the great empire you represent, as it will to yourself in the execution of it....
ALS : American Philosophical Society The Captain of the Ship Bergere which arrived here about a fortnight since from Virginia, with three hundred Hhds of Tobacco for account of the United States of America, apply’d to us yesterday for an explination of the Bills of lading wch: he sign’d for their delivery and the method he shou’d take to have his vessel discharged of her cargo speedily. By...
ALS : American Philosophical Society <L’Orient, August 26, 1778: Capt. Daniel McNeill arrived here yesterday on the General Mifflin , privateer. He left Portsmouth May 8, cruised the north seas, and captured thirteen prizes there and at the mouth of the Channel. Five he sunk, the rest he sent to America or France; one [the Isabelle ] arrived here. He also has some fifty prisoners. Can they be...