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I had the honour on the 27th. last Month to announce the downfal of Hadgi Abdarhaman Hashash, to the very great satisfaction of all descriptions of people have lived under his Government. He was sent loaded with Chains to the Camp he had but a few days before Commanded and laid on the ground in an old tattered Tent. He remained in that state four days exposed to the view of those whom he had...
I have the honour to acquaint you a Messenger has this morning arrived from His Majestys Camp at Alcassar, with advice of Hashash having been deprived of all command, put in Chains and delivered to the care of the Black Troops. Sidy Muhammed Selawy succeeds him in the Governments of Tetuan and Tangier. This change removes from all influence with the Emperor an Enemy of The United States and...
No. 129 advised His Imperial Majesty’s intention of visiting Tangier. In consequence of subsequent orders, only the Troops of Tetuan, Tangier and those under the Orders of the Governors of those places assembled at the indicated Rendezvous, where they remain. This day Alcayde Hashash with a small party, moves on to Alcassar to meet His Majesty and his Minister. Some look for the immediate...
I have the honour to advise that this day the Lieut. Governour has announced to the Consuls resident here His Majesty Mulley Solimans intention of visiting t h is place. The Troops of Tetuan, Tangier and Larach are ordered to be at a certain rendezvous a few hours from hence towards Tetuan on Wednesday next, under Command of Sidy Muhammed Selawy Alayde Hashash and our Lieut. Governour, to...
Mr. Gavino transmitted me a few days ago the Proclamation of 2d. July, sent for me from the Department of State, for which I beg leave to thank you. It has been Circulated. I sincerely regret the occasion of it, and most ardently wish the British Government may make that honorable reparation, the daring outrage so loudly calls for. A Vessel passed up this morning I take to be the Wasp Sloop of...
I have to entreat you will pardon this intrusion, but as I consider the subject thereof more suitable to a particular Communication than a Public dispatch, I have preferred that mode. No. 126 handed some papers from Mogadore, merely for your information of facts, should any Appeal be made by Mr. Seavers or his Friends thro’ the medium of the Public prints, as I have been given to understand...
I beg leave to acquaint you that I have this day taken the liberty of drawing a Bill on you for Two thousand dollars, payable to the order of John Gavino Esqr., thirty days after presentation. I have to request you will be pleased to direct this Bill being paid accordingly and its Amount charged against me on Account of Salary. I have the honour to be Sir, Your Most Obedient and Most Humble...
No. 125 was forwarded 22d. last Month by Captain Porter of the United States Schooner Enterprise. He sailed from this Bay in the Afternoon of that day. The Mate of the Indefatigable left Mogadore on the 13h. Ulto. in the Brig Plymouth for Salem. In No. 124 I mentioned the situation the Master was in by the latest advices I had then recieved; he has since been redeemed by Mr. Renshaws...
Meeting the desirable conveyance of the United States Schooner Enterprise returning to Washington, I have transcribed a quadruplicate of No. 124 and of The Emperours order respecting the Trade of Mogadore, which I have the honour of inclosing with this. The two Gold Watches with Chains and Keys and six Metal Watches, which have been so many years on charge, being Articles in no ways suitable...
No. 123 dated 3d. this Month has been forwarded in triplicate under care of Mr Meade and Mr Gavino. On the 8th. Inst. Hadge Dris d’Erhamy a distinguished Merchant of Fez, now incharged with Mulley Soliman’s mission to the Emperour Napoleon arrived here, and in a few days will proceed for Marsellies in the Brig Harriot. This Vessel is provided with a Passport from Lord Collingwood, to enter any...