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Chapter 16: San Francisco. Closing the passage by the Golden Gate, a city of white houses, sp
ds yet more distant heights.
This city is San Francisco, seen from the ferry-boat; a port and town t in the Comstock lode.
Most persons in San Francisco are votaries of chance.
Luck is their god etty dealers whom they mean to fleece.
In San Francisco every one is used to changes in the price of order, if no higher rule prevails.
In San Francisco, a few rich men, consisting of the various e central suns.
In six weeks everybody in San Francisco is rich and mad.
Eager for money, still within a dozen years, a craze has come on San Francisco, like the phrenzy which consumes her now. mines.
Five or six magnates of finance in San Francisco are said to have got one-third of those fi e, and for the last five years each man in San Francisco has been carrying a dead city on his back. reckless spirit than that in which the White men of San Francisco are gambling with their wealth.