were arrayed in miscellaneous feminine apparel which an enterprising trader had bartered a short time previously.
The Jones and the Tamahourelaune were built in Medford and sold in Hawaii for sandal-wood.
The History of Medford says they were tdence that they were sailed round.
Morison. Boston Traders in Hawaiian Islands.
Mass. Hist. Proc. Vol. 54, p. 29. The Jones was renamed the Inore.
Among the Medford-built vessels engaged in the northwest and China trade at this period were ttion of the Medford clipper type of 1830, and the fastest vessel of her time, with the exception of the Natchez.
The Paul Jones was commanded on her first voyage by N. B. Palmer. Captain Palmer was born in Stonington, Conn., on Long Island Sound, extended the business to Charleston, Savannah and New Orleans.
He extended the business to the Far East later, and the Paul Jones carried the first cargo of ice to China.
Tudor first shipped ice from his father's pond in Saugus.
Later he had ice h