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Lear, Tobias
American ships have been seized by Algerians, no news from Algiers, Tunis or Tripoli, American vessels detained at Gibraltar, debt for money given to dey of Algiers still not paid, forwards letter from James Simpson concerning resolution of problems with Emperor Mulliz Soliman of Morocco
University of Mary Washington
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Papers of James Monroe
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