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I make bold to take up your time, requesting your Kind atten tion to what follows. Notwithstanding that I have the honor of your personal acquaint ance, be ing certain, that the legality of my proceedings are well Known to you; nevertheless I am of fear that owing to so many complaints against me, they might operate and my ity suffer. Being compleatly satisfied of the zeal and just Spirit of...
Permit me Sir to apologize for molesting your attention so frequently, but considering that I am under a precise necessity to defend myself against the machi nations of my persecutor Mr. Meade, by whose influence alone I am wrongly involved and d. The Schooner Lucana of Boston from Philadelphia to Lisbon not being permitted to enter by the British Squadron was forced to look for another Port...
On the other side please find Duplicate of what I had the honor to ad dress you on the 13th. instant pr the Ship Manchester Capt. Reynolds, bound to Philadelphia; since when I have received from the Capn. General of this Department an official Letter, of which and of my answer thereto, I have the pleasure to enclose you Copies; not doubting in the least that the contents of my answer will...
This Government has taken no determination as yet, respecting the following Vessels detained in the Port of Algeziras, in consequence of the Decree of the 8th. ultimo. Mary Thos. Hunt Sugar &ca. from Philadelphia Zacharias David Lufkin Fish from Newberryport Helena Leml. Foster Flour & Pork Boston. Seaman T. B. Lasher Sugar Tobacco & ca. New York. This Vessel & Cargo was lost in a gale of Wind...
I have the honor to enclose you Copies of my Official letter, to this Capn. General of the Navy & of his answer thereto, in consequence of th e American Brig Mary Capt. Thomas Hunt being visited by a British Pr ivateer on her voyage from Philadelphia to this Port; which agreable to His Catholic Majesty’s Decree of the 8th. ultimo (the Gazette containing the same I remitted P the Brig Peggy...
The enclosed Document will prove the manner I have acted with Capt. Charles H. Hun t, who has brought me into troubles, as on the Eve of his sailing an order was issued by this Governor to de tain the Vessel & bring her Rudder ashore; not knowing the motives I officiated with his Excellency concern ing them; Capt. Hunt addressed me a petition claiming his property, on which I insisted; and the...
Not doubting but Mr. George W. Erving at Madrid, Keeps you duly ad vised of every occurence there pr the Packets he forwards me for you Sir, and which I c arefully deliver to Captains bound to them States, I will not trouble you with repetition. I have been duly honored with the Book of Acts passed at the sec ond session of the 9th. Congress, which you have been so Kind to forward me. Please...
Allthough I am most certain that our Chargè d’Affairès at Ma drid Mr. George W. Erving has apprized you Pr his Packets remitted to me & w hich I have forwarded Pr the Schooner Middleton Capt. Whittemore bound for New York; of the happy arrangement with the Dey of Algiers; I think I sh ould be wanting to my duty if I did not enclose you Copy of Mr. To bias Lear’s Letter on the Subject, and...
The Vessel being under way only allows me time to annex you copies of Letters received this day from our Consul at Barcelona, which contains the disa greable news of the Algerines having begun their tricks towards our flag; and to assure you of the esteem and veneration with which I remain, Respected Sir, Your most obedt. & most hble Servt. DNA : RG 59—CD—Consular Despatches, Cadiz.
In a hurry of business the 4th. day of this month, Capt. Solomon Southw ick at a late hour in the evening appeared for his Papers, and owing to the same, papers belonging to another Vessell were delivered him, which without any examination he le ft the Office went on board and sailed the following morning very early; & allthough the mistake was found out the evening of his Sailing the evil...