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Craving your kind attention to what I had the honor of addressing you per sign duplicate on the 23d. April and 9th. ultimo; the object of the present will be to inform you that the most part of the U. S. forces are arrived at Gibraltar & Algeziras; and that Nine French & Spanish Ships of the line droped down to the Bay last week quite ready and compleat. This Port is generaly blockaded by 8....
16 September 1802, Cadiz. Transmits copies of his letters to JM of 10 and 13 Sept. “The purport of the present is to inclose you Half of the Register of the American Ship Columbia of Glastenbury Capt. Samuel Naylor that has been Sold in this Bay; the other half the owner Mr. Elisha Hale takes with him to America.” Also encloses an affidavit of Capt. Mark Collins of the Fame , “which...
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...
12 September 1804, Cádiz. “The anteceding is Copy of what I had the pleasure of addressing you; contents confirm I have now to communicate you that the Sickness at Malaga, has proved to be quite Malignant, and the day the Post left it, upwards of 400 Inhabitants were swept off, and what is worse it is already spread in the Kingdom of Granada, Velez Malaga & other Places. “We have had such a...
4 April 1803, Cádiz. “I had the honour of writing you the 12th. October ultimo, since when I have been at the Court of Madrid, from which Capital I am just returned.” During his absence JM was informed of the quarantine imposed on U.S. ships at Cádiz. As Pinckney was absent from Madrid during that time, Yznardy obtained a reduction of quarantine on vessels in his district and also obtained...
3 December 1804, Cádiz. Encloses a copy of his 19 Nov. dispatch. “The result of the Flag of truce sent to the Division unde⟨r⟩ the Command of Sir John Ord, was sending back the Spanis⟨h⟩ Frigate detain’d under parole not to put to Sea again.” “By accounts the English Envoy left Madrid on the 14 ult. Small Vessels with despatches for the Havana, Veracruz &ca. sailed on the 28th. ulto. “I do not...
12 July 1804, Cádiz. “I had the honour of writing you ⅌ Duplicate the 15th. May last. “I have now that of inclosing you the List of the American Vessels enter’d in to this Port, since the 1st. January till the 30th. June last [not found], agreable to your directions. “The Crops of Grain in this Country have been the most miserable ever experienced, and it is in want of immense Supplys of...
20 April 1803, Cádiz. The court at Madrid has issued orders lifting all quarantine on vessels coming from the U.S. furnished with health certificates from Spanish consuls and allowing vessels with no such certificates to serve a quarantine “only of a very few days” at the discretion of the board of health. Printed extract ( National Intelligencer , 6 June 1803).
28 July 1804, Cádiz. “I am honoured with your very obliging lines of the 2d. ulto. in which you are pleased to inform me that the following States Frigates are appointed to come to the Mediterranean (viz) The President of 44 Guns Commodore S. Barron The Congress 36. Capt. Rodgers The Constellation 36. Capt. Campbell The Essex 32. Capt. J. Barron & The John Adams Capt. Chauncey. Should any of...
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...