by the way of the islands of Porto Rico and St. Domingo, passing through the Mona Passage, through
We entered the Mona Passage, lying between St. Domingo and Porto Rico, after nightfall, but the moing with a flowing sheet along the coast of St. Domingo.
I had approached the Mona Passage with muner, from Boston, bound for the old city of St. Domingo, from which we received a batch of late newhooner, which we requested to report us, in St. Domingo, as the United States steamer Iroquois, we x Cayes, on the south side of the island of St. Domingo.
If the Cooke had been chartered, and sents, and burned his dwelling in the island of St. Domingo, now in sight.
The white man, in another c burning ship was lighting up the shores of St. Domingo!
That Puritan, only a generation before, hday, found ourselves in the passage between St. Domingo and Cuba.
There were many sails passing inhe surface of the sea. The islands of Cuba, St. Domingo, and Jamaica— the two latter, in the blue a