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Mr. Merry requests of Mr. Madison to accept, with his best Respects, his Acknowledgments for the Passport which he had the Honor to receive this Morning, and particularly for the obliging Expressions with which Mr. Madison has had the Goodness to accompany it. He thinks it right to mention that, in Consequence of the unfavorable Weather, the Ship in which he is to proceed to England cannot now...
I have the Honor to acquaint you with the Arrival here Yesterday Evening of the Honorable David M. Erskine, whom His Majesty has been pleased to appoint to be His Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the United States, and from whom I transmit to you a Letter inclosed. I have also the Honor to inform you that, in Consequence of the Leave of Absence which His Majesty has been...
I have received the Honor of your Letter of the 22nd: Instant, with the Documents it enclosed respecting Samuel Mark, William Fursman and Peter Frank, American Seamen, who are stated to have been impressed by His Majesty’s Ship Tartar, which Documents I shall not fail to transmit to the Commander in Chief on the Halifax Station in order that immediate Attention may be paid to your Application...
It is very painful to me to have Occasion to trouble you again on the same Subject on which I had the Honor of addressing myself to you on the 8th: January last, Viz, the Seizure, by the Collector of the Customs at Michillimakinac, in the Month of June 1805, of Two Batteaux, with their Cargoes, the whole value of which was Stated as exceeding One Thousand Pounds Sterling, belonging to His...
His Majesty’s Consul General at New York, has transmitted to me the Papers ABCD of which the inclosed are Copies respecting John Thomas, Master of the British Letter of Marque Brig Fox, which arrived at that Port from Jamaica about the 12th: August. Mr. Barclay states to me, that on the 18th: of that Month Four of the Seamen belonging to the Brig, (Charles Mathews, George Robinson, John Reid...
I have received the Honor of your Letter of the 28th: of last Month, inclosing Copy of a Protection granted on the 19th: July 1797, by the Collector of the Customs at Philadelphia, to Robert Smith, who is stated to be an American Citizen and to have been recently impressed by His Majesty’s Ship Cleopatra. Although I doubt, Sir, after what I had the Honor of stating to you in my Letter of the...
I have the Honor to acquaint you that I have just received an Answer from the Commander in Chief of His Majesty’s Ships on the Jamaica Station, to whom I transmitted the Document inclosed in your Letter to me of the 23d: May respecting the Detention of Edward Frethy, an American Citizen, on board either of Le Renard or Wolf Sloops of War, in which the Admiral informs me that neither of those...
Vice Admiral Berkeley, who arrived lately at Halifax to succeed the late Sir Andrew Mitchel in the Command of His Majesty’s Ships and Vessels on that Station, has transmitted to me Five original Protections granted to Richard Man, Dennis Wheeler, James Vincent, John Smith and George Johnstone, as Citizens of the United States, who have been taken out of American Vessels by the Cleopatra and...
I have the Honor to acquaint you that I have just received an Answer, dated 1st. July, from the President of the Council of His Majesty’s Province of New Brunswick, on whom the Adminstration of the Government had devolved in the Absence of the Lieutenant Governor, to the Letter which was inclosed in my Answer to that which I had the Honor to receive from you, dated the 26th. April, on the...
I have received the Honor of your Letter of Yesterday’s Date, with the Document it inclosed proving Thomas Smith, who is stated to have been impressed by His Majesty’s Ship Cambrian, to be a Citizen of the United States; and I shall not fail, Sir, to transmit a Copy of that Document to the Commander in Chief of His Majesty’s Ships on the Halifax Station in order that immediate Attention may be...