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Carolina City (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 7
The blockade --A letter to the Portsmouth Transcript, dated Carolina City, August 25th, furnishes the General interesting item: yesterday evening, I saw a vessel at on with a telescope, found from her flag that she was an Englishman.-- received in port the same night. She was and loaded with lead, quick- iron, salt and dry goods. I heard to-day the pitch had received instruction to step a sharp lookout, as a large English frigate, with several merchantmen, were expected here."
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The blockade --A letter to the Portsmouth Transcript, dated Carolina City, August 25th, furnishes the General interesting item: yesterday evening, I saw a vessel at on with a telescope, found from her flag that she was an Englishman.-- received in port the same night. She was and loaded with lead, quick- iron, salt and dry goods. I heard to-day the pitch had received instruction to step a sharp lookout, as a large English frigate, with several merchantmen, were expected here."