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I had the honour of addressing No. 59 to you the ninth of this Month in duplicate, by way of Gibraltar & Lisbon. The 18th. Inst. Passports for the Frigate Mirboka of 22 Guns and 100 Men, and on the 23d. for the Maimona of thirty Guns and One hundred and fifty Men, the former to sail from Larach and the latter from Salle on a Cruise, were demanded and of consequence granted by all the Consuls...
15 October 1804, Tangier. No. 85. “I beg leave to enclose duplicate of No. 84 [6 Oct. 1804] and to advise that the Emperour has Condemned the two Prussian Vessels with their Cargoes. He has directed that the Captains & Crews shall be employed on the repairs of the Fortifications of Salle and Rhabat. This is the first instance we have seen of Muley Soliman setting Christians under such...
Original of No. 66 dated 8h. Inst. was as this sent to Mr. Gavino. By the New York to touch here in a few days I will have the honour of writing you at length. For the present I must confine myself to tell you Commodore Preble left this Bay, yesterday for Gibraltar, after happily all differences being accommodated with this Country. Monday last the Commodore and myself had a particular...
14 June 1804, Tangier. No. 78. “I have the honour to acquaint you that the three grand Festivals of the Moors happening all in this half year, together with the extra disbursements arising on the circumstances mentioned in my former Letters, has occasioned my drawing a Bill on you of this date to order of Messrs. Khun & Green for One thousand six hundred dollars, payable thirty days after...
The very great delay of the George Washington Frigate beyond the time I had been taught to expect Captain Shaw would probably be at Gibraltar, induced me to send No. 35 to Mr. Gavino, with a request that he would forward it by first good conveyance. I now avail of the Brig Mary from Mogadore for Boston, to hand herewith copy of that dispatch, and of the Extracts of Letters accompanied it. I am...
The sole purport of this is to acquaint you, that the Brig Mary of Salem William Webb Master belonging to Mr. John Derby has been taken up at Mogadore for purpose of conveying some Masts and other Naval Stores the property of His Imperial Majesty to Sallé. Every possible opposition was made on the part of Mr Gwyn & Mr Brown the Supercargo, but to no effect. Mr. Brown demanded one thousand...
The very increased danger to Navigation, induced me to seek for a more probable safe conveyance for No. 136 at Mogadore, than Ships sailing from either Gibraltar or any Port of Spain seemed to offer, but as there had not any Vessel arrived in the present year, destined for America, Mr Renshaw has sent it back. I now forward it, together with this, under the charge of Mr Hendrick Van Duym, late...
7 April 1804, Tangier. No. 76. “I avail of this opportunity of the Vessel by which Mr Thom returns to the United States, to hand you translation of His Imperial Majestys Letter in answer to that I had the honour of writing to advise the arrival of the Gun Carriages. “On the 24th last Month I had the honour to receive your Letter of the 26th December, which it is impossible for me to answer by...
I had the honour of addressing No. 66 to you 8th. Inst. and No. 67 on the 15th. by way of Gibraltar, duplicate of both with copies of their enclosures I put up with this. By those duplicates or their originals if they shall have reached sooner you will see His Imperial Majesty very early indeed I may say from the first of my correspondence with him and His Minister on subject of the Recent...
No. 133 forwarded by way of Cadiz handed a statement of the late extra Disbursements in this Consulate, on the occasion of His Majestys intended visit to Tangier. It is with concern I have to lay before you, the enclosed information of the Cruizers of Algiers having commenced hostilities on the Flag of The United States. I have not heard of any intelligence on this interesting matter having...