--The Spanish ship Encarnacior left Macao, China, on the 2d of August, with a load of Coolies, and after a few days, while the crew were engaged washing decks, the Coolies rose and attacked them.
The struggle was desperate, and resulted in the death of seventy-five Coolies, the interpreter and one of the crew, and in the severe wounding of the captain and eleven of the crew.
The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1860. Richmond Dispatch. 4 pages. by Cowardin & Hammersley. Richmond. November 10, 1860. microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mi : Proquest. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
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