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§ From Josef Yznardy. 20 July 1814, Cádiz. “The silence which I have experienced from Government has been very long, the last official letters I received from the Secretary of State was dated April 1809 & was answered by me on 7th. February 1810, at the moment of my leaving this City for San Lucar on business, with a view to return to this City to continue my obligations, but unfortunately I...
20 May 1813. “Although I have not been honoured since the commencement of the year 1810 with any official communications, I have not omitted transmitting in proper time to the Department of State, the requisite information regarding the American Vessells captured by French Privateers, and sent into Sanlucar, Rota, and Port St. Mary’s: at the same time I forwarded by Duplicates, all the...
29 August 1811, Rota. Reports developments since leaving Cadiz in February 1810 when the French closed the port. Has been refused access to the city, but has been able to communicate with Hackley. Describes the efforts he and his son have made to rescue American property and repatriate seamen when eight vessels were stranded in the Bay of Cadiz in March 1810. Met with little success. His son...
By a letter of 1st April from Mr. Smith Secretary of State I have observed with much regret that your Excellency has not thought proper to aprove the agreement which I made with Mr. Hackley, authorized to do so by Mr. Erving under the Secure Supposition that it woud have merited the approbation of your Excellency, and in favor of the mutual interests of myself & Mr. Hackley; my advantage was...
In consequence of the arrival at this City of Mr. George W. Erving our cha rgé d’affaires of the United States at Madrid (who has had the goodness to admit an tment in my House) which has been to me a great Satisfaction, as I have had an opportunity to acquaint him with, and prove to him the legal proceedings & transactions of this office, of which he has remained compleatly convinc’d, as also...
At last I am returned from Sevilla after spending my time, being sorry to s ay to no effect, alltho’ I used the best of my endeavors to persuade the Supreme J unta the unfounded motives for not liberating the Vessels & Cargoes of the V essels carried in to Algeziras & Ceuta, which will appear by the Copies of my offices on the subject, which I transmit’d to Mr. Erving after the communication...
Confirming the contents of what I had the pleasure to add ress you pr the Ship Sheppardess John Doan Master I now advise you that I hav e determin’d to depart for Sevilla to try if I can obtain the liberation of the Vessels be ing detained at Algeciras, which were order’d to be freed by the Duke of Berg, as well as by the Junta at Sevilla, but afterwards suspended for reasons unknown; and as...
On the other side please find Duplicate of what I had the honor to write you on the dates and conformable to my offer enclosed I remit you Publications &ca. since said date, which will give you a competent Knowledge of the Circums tances in which this Country is in. The 3d. and 4th. inst. about four thousand English troops have landed at Port to refresh untill the Convoy expected from England...
Referring to what I had the honor to address you the 1st. 19th. & 27. ultimo, the obje ct of the present will be to acquaint you that as soon as the contents of the Ma drid Gazette of the 20th. May (forwarded you via Tangiers) was read throughout this King dom the whole nation rise proclaiming the Prince of Asturias for their King; it is calc ulated that at this moment there is under Arms near...
The object of the present is to inform you Sir, that P the enclose d Copies will appear how Richard Hughes has plagued me with incompetent demands regar ding the Brig Mary of New York. My answer to him refers to the information already sent yo u and which I now amplofy. He Acerts that said Vessel was bought here by Capn. Samue l Young (which is true) after being abandoned by the former Owner....