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Chapter 50: The Alabama at Singapore panic among the enemy's shipping in the China se
rough the Strait of Malacca, and touching at Singapore for orders or refreshments.
There were two ese, besides the twenty-two ships laid up in Singapore, comprised all of the enemy's once numerous ips, that were now anchored under my guns in Singapore, and disconsolate for want of something to d , from the remote East and the remote West.
Singapore being a free port, and a great centre of tra ured goods with them, but not until then.
Singapore is a miniature Canton, and the visitor, as h with that of other nations.
As a free port, Singapore is open to immigration from all parts of the eing laden with rice, and having cleared for Singapore —of which port, as the reader sees, she was heir way to Akyab in ballast.
They had left Singapore several days before our arrival there, and h sion their own boats, and depart in them for Singapore.
The ships when overhauled were lying just [13 more...] [5 more.