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Author:
Lear, Tobias
Date:
1812-04-30
Description:
American ship Paul Hamilton, sailing for Marseilles under British passport, captured by British and held at Malta, advanced money to consul of Tripoli for the bashaw -- will be repaid to Haverio Naudi at Tripoli, Algerian relations with Europe, heavily armed Algerian squadron sent to look for Greek vessels, war between Tunis and Algiers continues, American affairs in Tunis and Tripoli are in good shape, American trade at Algiers
Partner:
University of Mary Washington
Part of:
Papers of James Monroe
Source:
http://academics.umw.edu/jamesmonroepapers/searchable-database-of-correspondence/
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