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The Ship Leonidas having been forced back by Contrary Winds, affords me an Opportunity of forwarding to you a further Sett of our daily Papers, from which you may Collect some Information on What is passing in this Country. Nothing Official has yet been published on the situation of the armies. It however appears evident that the British, had Joined the Marques de la Romana, and that some...
I continue without any letters from your Department since my last under date 15 Ulto. to the enclosed Copy of which I beg to be referred. Nothing official having been published since Madrid was attacked on the 3 Inst. by a french army, after forcing the strong pass of Samosierra, in which the Spanish General Sn. Juan, it is said, behaved in a treacherous manner, and was on his retreat murdered...
I have not had the honor of addressing you since the 5. August, but I have constantly been using every exertion with the supreme Board of Seville to get the business of the Rattlesnak e detention brought to a close, and I am happy to inform you, about six weeks ago, orders were issued for the Process to be transmitted to the Marine Tribunal of this Place, to pass Sentence, which has been done...
I had last the honor of addressing you on the 29 June, as P enclosed copy. I have since been using every possible exertion to recover the amount, in which the Brig Mary was sold, but without effect, the Person in whose hands the French Consul had declared, the money was deposited, having denied the circumstance, and as he is no more, and all the Papers in his Consular Office were destroyed, I...
The inclosed is Copy of my last 8. inst, wherate beg reference. I have since thro’ my exertions, and interest with the Provincial Board of Government, obtained restitution of the Ship Sally, Captain Hastings and her Cargo, and orders have been issued for the Amount, in which the Brig Mary was sold by the French Consul, to be given up to me, and I expect to recover in a very few days; nothing...
For want of a conveyance to the United States, I have not had the honor of addressing you since my last Letter 27. January, inclosing the return of arrivals in this Port from the 1st. July, ’till the end of last Year. Since that period great, and very important occurrences have taken place in this Country. Several of our Vessels have been captured, and detained by French Privateers, and the...
I had last the honor of addressing you on the 5. inst, and find myself since deprived of any Letters from your department I now beg leave to wait on you with the return of arrivals at this Port, from the 1st: July, ’till the end of the Year, in conformity to your directions. The late Orders and Decrees of the belligerent Powers, have completely put a stop to the arrival of American Vessels in...
By my last Letter of the 15 Dec. I enclosed Copies of the Information I had received from Barcelona, and Marseilles regarding the Hostilities commenced on our Commerce by the Cruizers of the Dey of Algiers, & am now happy in having it in my Power to transmit Copy of a Letter I have Just received from Colo. Lear under date 16/ 17 Decr. with the pleasing Information that He has succeeded in...
I have not written to you since the 20 Oct inclosing Copy of a Letter I had received from Thomas Gorman V Consul at Almeria, advising that an Algerine Squadron had appeared off that Coast I now beg leave to transmit duplicate of a Letter I have received from John Leonard Esqr. of Barcelona with Copy of what the Consuls at Marseilles & Naples had written to him on the Subject of the Schooner...
The inclosed is Copy of my last Letter 15 Inst. forwarded by the Hornet Sloop of War. By this days Post I have received a Letter from Thomas Gorman Vice Consul at Almeria advising that several Algerine Cruizers had appeared off the Coast, as you have observed by its Copy herewith, to which I refer you. I am very respectfully Sir Your most obt hl. St. DNA : RG 59—CD—Consular Despatches, Malaga.