Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Hong Kong” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.:
...e went ashore for the remainder. The steamer was the Shanghai (English) from Manila, Captain Munroe, and in a short time we all stood without effects on a friendly deck. Thence they proceeded to Hong Kong . For the rescue Captain Munroe received from President Fillmore a gold chronometer. We have had an interesting interview with Captain Hinckley, who though well nigh a nonagenarian, is still act...
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