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It is said that Messrs. Mason and Slidell had a million of dollars in gold with them when they started to Europe on the steamer Trent, and were overhauled by the pirate Wilkes. Gov. C. F. Jackson, of Missouri, was in New Orleans on the 2d inst.
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It is said that Messrs. Mason and Slidell had a million of dollars in gold with them when they started to Europe on the steamer Trent, and were overhauled by the pirate Wilkes. Gov. C. F. Jackson, of Missouri, was in New Orleans on the 2d inst.
It is said that Messrs. Mason and Slidell had a million of dollars in gold with them when they started to Europe on the steamer Trent, and were overhauled by the pirate Wilkes. Gov. C. F. Jackson, of Missouri, was in New Orleans on the 2d inst.
It is said that Messrs. Mason and Slidell had a million of dollars in gold with them when they started to Europe on the steamer Trent, and were overhauled by the pirate Wilkes. Gov. C. F. Jackson, of Missouri, was in New Orleans on the 2d inst.
It is said that Messrs. Mason and Slidell had a million of dollars in gold with them when they started to Europe on the steamer Trent, and were overhauled by the pirate Wilkes. Gov. C. F. Jackson, of Missouri, was in New Orleans on the 2d inst.