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The Daily Dispatch: November 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], English view of the late Royal visit. (search)
Later from South America.Peru Refuses the American ultimatum--Terrible accident — difficulty betweenBritish and American officers at Panama, &c. New York, Nov. 2 --The steamer, Northern Light, from Aspinwall, reports the Lancaster and St. Mary's at Panama, steamer Brooklyn and storeship Falmouth at Aspinwall. Advices fPanama, steamer Brooklyn and storeship Falmouth at Aspinwall. Advices from Valparaiso are to the 2d, and Callao the 12th. The ultimatum of the American government had been rejected by Peru so far as the ships Lizzie Thompson, and Georgiana, and the Sariori claims are concerned. The refusal will compel the American Minister to demand his passports. A frightful accident occurred on the 10th ulof the British guard stationed in the streets. Communications had passed between flag officer Montgomery and the British commander. A fresh alarm occurred at Panama on the night of the 22d, in consequence of the report that a party of negroes had threatened to sack the city. The troops were under arms all night, but nothing