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The Daily Dispatch: September 17, 1861., [Electronic resource], Fire in
Anne Arundel county, Md. (search)
From California. --The steamer Champion, from Aspinwall on the 5th inst., has arrived at New York, bringing over two hundred passengers and one million dollars in gold from California. Among the passengers by the steamer Champion are Major Allen, Lieut. Higgeston, Dr. Steinberger; Lieuts. Harker, Alexander Ball, and Ingman; Capts. Hancock, Mason, Myers and Gregg, and Maj. Greer, of the United States Army. The ship Narragansett was at Manzanilla August 29. The steamer Champion towed the United States brig Bainbridge from Navy Bay into the Carribean sea. The United States frigate Lancaster was at Panama on the 3d. Lieut. Harris died on the 24th ult., and was buried. He was a native of New Hampshire. Gen. Mosquera had proclaimed himself President of New Grenada, and had exiled a dozen Jesuis priests, and sent envoys to England and France. The health of the Isthmus was good.