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Quito (Ecuador) (search for this): article 1
gh the public street. The matter was brought before Flag officer Montgomery, in command of the U. S. naval forces, who at once addressed a communication to Capt. Miller, of H. B. M.'s ship Clio, on the subject, the result of which we have not yet heard, and until we do, we shall refrain from making any comments upon the proceeding. Costa Rica. Costa Rica is reported to be tranquil since the revolution. From the other Central American States there is no news of interest. Ecuador. Guayaquil,Oct.13 --The people of Guayaquil having taken the strange step of making a kind of conditional "pronunciamento," in which document they stipulate for what they term Equality of Representation. The Jefe Superior has banished from the public offices the paper money of the house of Luzarraga, to which Franco gave a forced circulation. The recent destruction by fire of the residence of the Senoritas Carmanas, has drawn forth a decree calling for a small contribution
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
t have in its possession proofs against this claim of a most damning character, with some curious facts as to how such claims are made, but they are urged, and then the division of spoils. The refusal to settle upon the terms demanded by the United States, necessarily compels Mr. Clay to demand his passport, haul down his flag and go home. On Friday morning last the American ship Lucy M. Hale was discovered to be on fire.--The boats from the American vessels of war were immediately sent tunder water; the dock may also be considered as done for, it having failed as a commercial speculation, and the present disaster may be considered as the last of the Callao Dry Dock. Panama. An official question has arisen between the United States and British naval forces in Panama, which is of considerable interest. It has been occasioned by the order given to the guards from H. B. M.'s ship Clio, stationed at the British and French Consulates since the late riot, to hail all persons
Callao (Peru) (search for this): article 1
l. Of the number that were below at the time very few escaped, and their cries for help were terrible, but that which was most heart-rending was the poor sick in the hospital, who, helpless with disease, could do naught but scream for that help that none could render them. Up to the present time of writing it is not known how many have been lost, but it cannot fall short of one hundred and fifty. The wounded that could be removed who did not require amputation were brought over to Callao, the rest remaining on the Island.--The number of broken heads, arms and legs is great. Capt. Keer, of the English ship Golconda lowered his boats, and did good service in saving some thirty or forty lives. The Callao was a fine 44-gun frigate. She is about six years old — the vessel is a total loss, being entirely under water; the dock may also be considered as done for, it having failed as a commercial speculation, and the present disaster may be considered as the last of the Callao
Peru (Peru) (search for this): article 1
Further from South America. American Affairs at Peru----Terrible Accident----The Revolution in Bolivia, &c. The steamship Northern Light, which sailed from Aspinwall on the 25th ult., arrived at New York Friday morning, with $1,241,939 in gold. Peru — Awful Accident. The ultimatum (says the correspondent of the Panama Star) of the Cabinet at Washington has been at last presented, and on Saturday evening, the Peruvian Government answered it, refusing to settle the following Peru — Awful Accident. The ultimatum (says the correspondent of the Panama Star) of the Cabinet at Washington has been at last presented, and on Saturday evening, the Peruvian Government answered it, refusing to settle the following claims:--The Lizzie Thompson, Georgiana and Sartoria claim. This last claim is one which no sensible person ever thought that the United States Government would even listen to, much less try and urge its payment; there can be but one term applied to it, and that is "infamous" The Peruvian Government have in its possession proofs against this claim of a most damning character, with some curious facts as to how such claims are made, but they are urged, and then the division of spoils. The refusa
Bolivia (Bolivia) (search for this): article 1
Further from South America. American Affairs at Peru----Terrible Accident----The Revolution in Bolivia, &c. The steamship Northern Light, which sailed from Aspinwall on the 25th ult., arrived at New York Friday morning, with $1,241,939 in gold. Peru — Awful Accident. The ultimatum (says the correspondent of the Panama Star) of the Cabinet at Washington has been at last presented, and on Saturday evening, the Peruvian Government answered it, refusing to settle the following claims:--The Lizzie Thompson, Georgiana and Sartoria claim. This last claim is one which no sensible person ever thought that the United States Government would even listen to, much less try and urge its payment; there can be but one term applied to it, and that is "infamous" The Peruvian Government have in its possession proofs against this claim of a most damning character, with some curious facts as to how such claims are made, but they are urged, and then the division of spoils. The refus
Panama City (Panama) (search for this): article 1
six years old — the vessel is a total loss, being entirely under water; the dock may also be considered as done for, it having failed as a commercial speculation, and the present disaster may be considered as the last of the Callao Dry Dock. Panama. An official question has arisen between the United States and British naval forces in Panama, which is of considerable interest. It has been occasioned by the order given to the guards from H. B. M.'s ship Clio, stationed at the British and Panama, which is of considerable interest. It has been occasioned by the order given to the guards from H. B. M.'s ship Clio, stationed at the British and French Consulates since the late riot, to hail all persons passing those houses. Several foreigners have been stopped by the sentry, and on Saturday an American officer, and subsequently an American citizen, have been arrested for refusing to respond to the sentry, whilst passing through the public street. The matter was brought before Flag officer Montgomery, in command of the U. S. naval forces, who at once addressed a communication to Capt. Miller, of H. B. M.'s ship Clio, on the subject, t
Sartoria (Nebraska, United States) (search for this): article 1
rs at Peru----Terrible Accident----The Revolution in Bolivia, &c. The steamship Northern Light, which sailed from Aspinwall on the 25th ult., arrived at New York Friday morning, with $1,241,939 in gold. Peru — Awful Accident. The ultimatum (says the correspondent of the Panama Star) of the Cabinet at Washington has been at last presented, and on Saturday evening, the Peruvian Government answered it, refusing to settle the following claims:--The Lizzie Thompson, Georgiana and Sartoria claim. This last claim is one which no sensible person ever thought that the United States Government would even listen to, much less try and urge its payment; there can be but one term applied to it, and that is "infamous" The Peruvian Government have in its possession proofs against this claim of a most damning character, with some curious facts as to how such claims are made, but they are urged, and then the division of spoils. The refusal to settle upon the terms demanded by the Unite
South America (search for this): article 1
Further from South America. American Affairs at Peru----Terrible Accident----The Revolution in Bolivia, &c. The steamship Northern Light, which sailed from Aspinwall on the 25th ult., arrived at New York Friday morning, with $1,241,939 in gold. Peru — Awful Accident. The ultimatum (says the correspondent of the Panama Star) of the Cabinet at Washington has been at last presented, and on Saturday evening, the Peruvian Government answered it, refusing to settle the following claims:--The Lizzie Thompson, Georgiana and Sartoria claim. This last claim is one which no sensible person ever thought that the United States Government would even listen to, much less try and urge its payment; there can be but one term applied to it, and that is "infamous" The Peruvian Government have in its possession proofs against this claim of a most damning character, with some curious facts as to how such claims are made, but they are urged, and then the division of spoils. The refus
Aspinwall (Panama) (search for this): article 1
Further from South America. American Affairs at Peru----Terrible Accident----The Revolution in Bolivia, &c. The steamship Northern Light, which sailed from Aspinwall on the 25th ult., arrived at New York Friday morning, with $1,241,939 in gold. Peru — Awful Accident. The ultimatum (says the correspondent of the Panama Star) of the Cabinet at Washington has been at last presented, and on Saturday evening, the Peruvian Government answered it, refusing to settle the following claims:--The Lizzie Thompson, Georgiana and Sartoria claim. This last claim is one which no sensible person ever thought that the United States Government would even listen to, much less try and urge its payment; there can be but one term applied to it, and that is "infamous" The Peruvian Government have in its possession proofs against this claim of a most damning character, with some curious facts as to how such claims are made, but they are urged, and then the division of spoils. The refus
Costa Rica (Costa Rica) (search for this): article 1
U. S. naval forces, who at once addressed a communication to Capt. Miller, of H. B. M.'s ship Clio, on the subject, the result of which we have not yet heard, and until we do, we shall refrain from making any comments upon the proceeding. Costa Rica. Costa Rica is reported to be tranquil since the revolution. From the other Central American States there is no news of interest. Ecuador. Guayaquil,Oct.13 --The people of Guayaquil having taken the strange step of makingCosta Rica is reported to be tranquil since the revolution. From the other Central American States there is no news of interest. Ecuador. Guayaquil,Oct.13 --The people of Guayaquil having taken the strange step of making a kind of conditional "pronunciamento," in which document they stipulate for what they term Equality of Representation. The Jefe Superior has banished from the public offices the paper money of the house of Luzarraga, to which Franco gave a forced circulation. The recent destruction by fire of the residence of the Senoritas Carmanas, has drawn forth a decree calling for a small contribution for the purpose of purchasing two steam fire engines, for the purpose of protecting against the
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