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nsferred the sceptre of the commercial world once more to the hands of England Semmes and Malfit, almost alone, have been enabled to effect this wonderful change, merely by the fear they inspire. But what are Semmes and Malfit, with a couple of vessels navigating the wide Atlantic, to a population of several millions inhabiting both sides of a narrow river and always ready to pounce upon every freight boat as it passes along. What Yankee company will insure a cargo to run the gauntlet from Allen to New Orleans, through the dense forests that line some parts of the course, and the thousands of wood yards that are strewed all along the banks, where whole regiments of sharpshooters or light artillerists may be waiting to sink the vessel, or seize it as a prized if any be found bold enough to undertake, what will be the premium!. Cheapness of transportation is another element of commerce. How can it exist where transportation is to be made in iron clads, and at a premium of 100 per cen
1st June, Curry came to my house and invited me to go with him to Manchester. We went, and on our return to Richmond rode down to the market to get something to drink. After taking several drinks Jones and Wyatt challenged for a game of cards. Allen and myself played with them. I lost $1,400, then pledged my watch for $200 and lost that. Curry and myself went home, got money, came back, and I beat Jones out of $2,100, all the money he could raise. It was nearly 9 o'clock at night, and we n the morning of the 21st of June, Montelle and Curry came to Anderson's saloon, on 17th street, and went from there to Manchester. Shortly after they returned, and Montelle proposed a game of cards. We played, and Jones and myself beat him and Allen out of $1,400 in money, and $200 on his watch. In the afternoon Montelle and Curry returned. Montelle played with Jones, and won about $1,800. Peasley played at the other end of the counter with Curry, and beat him out of $300. The parties then