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Since I had the honor of addressing you on the 15th. ultimo, French troops to the amount of 30 thousand have entered Spain, and the Garrison of this City have marched to their destinations. The Governor of this City Marques del Socorro has been appointed to c ommand the Army of Estremadura, he has ordered under General Moreau. The Portugues gov ernment has issued a Proclamation on the 22d....
Refering to what I had the pleasure of addressing you, Pr the Ship Franklin Capt. Tewesbury bound to New York; I have the honor to advise you that on the 8th. inst. in virtue of orders from Madrid all communication between Algesiras and Gibraltar has been stopped under rigorous pains. The french fleet i s quite ready for Sea and anchored at the Mouth of this Bay. After tomorrow the Garrison of...
Craving your very kind attention to what I had the honor of addressing you on the 8t. August last, the object of the present will be to enclose you Copy of an official Letter from his Danish Majesty’s Minister at Madrid to the Consul residing at this City, by which you will be informed of War been declared with England; and to you that it is reported here this day that Copenhagen has been...
Notwithstanding being well aware that when our Chiefs are Silent, and they do not reprimand with unfounded complaints, it is a true and tacit sign that they approve our Conduct, and do not give hearings to false malicious representations and publications; therefore I hope and expect Sir that you will disimulate the franchise with which I expressed myself in my Letter of the 10th. June last;...
My last Respects was on the 10th. instant; Since has occured that the Captain General of the Navy Department has denied me the priviledge that since the year 1796, I was enjoying as Consul, appealing by simple Official Writs to the Tribunals of Prizes, in cases that the Captains had no funds to execute it, or against such of them as maliciously abandon’d defending themselves when not Owners of...
Continuing without Letters & instructions from you, the object of the present will be to enclose the Bond of responsibility of my managements which is signed, although I should consider it of no use for three powerfull reasons. First, having giv en innumerable proofs of my integrity, Zeal, maturity and honorable proceedings for the space of thi rteen Years that the office is under my care,...
Permit me Sir, to represent to your goodness my wishes to be acquainted if my Letters & re presentations are molesting not to incomode you with repetitions; being unhappy not having the honor to be informed if those directed to you Sir the 12. 23. 25. Novr. and 6th. Decr. 1805. 24. January, Fe bruary, 4. March, 23. April, 9th. May, 2. 10. 27. June, 3. 24. 30. July, 12. 18. 25. August, 6. 13....
I had the honor of addressing you on the 20th. ultimo p the Schooner Fr anklin John Smith Master bound to Philadelphia, since when thank G od, I am recovering fast from the Sudden attack of a malignant fever which I experienced last month. As I have had no further news from Comodore Campbell since the Circular received from him (Copy duly forwarded you) makes me hope that no bad consequences...
Referring to what I had the honor of addressing you on the 10th. Ultimo, the object of the present will be to advise you of an Armistice having taken place between the French and Prussians, without being able to penetrate what will be the results; and to inform you that the United States Ship Constitution H. G. Campbell Commander arrived in this Bay from Lisbon on the 10th. I have been so...
The delicacy of my honorable way of thinking, the in tegrity of my proceedings in the Service of that Government has forced me to mo lest you Sir with innumerable representations untill I proved the falsity o f the accusations public & private against me of my want of personal a ttendance to the Consular Office under my care; as after my Voyages to tha t Continent and Madrid (having been of...