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The Daily Dispatch: November 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], English view of the late Royal visit. (search)
sports. A frightful accident occurred on the 10th ult., at the dry dock at San Lorenzo, involving the entire loss of the Peruvian frigate Callao, which was being docked. All the crew were on board, when some of the stauncheons gave way, and the frigate pitched over and was crushed. She fell on a great number of people below, all of whom perished. All the particulars were not known at the date of these advices, but it is believed the number killed will reach 150. The revolution in Bolivia had been suppressed. Several officers of the rebels were shot. Advices from Nicaragua state that the news of Walker's capture caused much rejoicing. Martinez was again at the head of affairs. Minister Dimitry was pressing the government for a Convention to settle U. S. claims, but was unsuccessful. Martinez had consented to call a meeting of Congress on the 15th of December, for the ratification of the Lamar Zeledon treaty. Com. Vanderbilt had made the government an offer for the t