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A Victim of the Florida. --Extract of a letter dated St. Georges, July 21, 1864: George P. Black, Agent of N. S. Walker, Government Agent: The barque Harris Stevens, of Portland, bound to Clenfilegos came to grief yesterday fifty miles to S. and W. of this. The crew I sent to Cork in a Danish barque, I captured 313 lbs gum opium, which I will send into the Confederacy. C. M. Morris, Lieut Comd'g.
George P. Black (search for this): article 6
A Victim of the Florida. --Extract of a letter dated St. Georges, July 21, 1864: George P. Black, Agent of N. S. Walker, Government Agent: The barque Harris Stevens, of Portland, bound to Clenfilegos came to grief yesterday fifty miles to S. and W. of this. The crew I sent to Cork in a Danish barque, I captured 313 lbs gum opium, which I will send into the Confederacy. C. M. Morris, Lieut Comd'g.
N. S. Walker (search for this): article 6
A Victim of the Florida. --Extract of a letter dated St. Georges, July 21, 1864: George P. Black, Agent of N. S. Walker, Government Agent: The barque Harris Stevens, of Portland, bound to Clenfilegos came to grief yesterday fifty miles to S. and W. of this. The crew I sent to Cork in a Danish barque, I captured 313 lbs gum opium, which I will send into the Confederacy. C. M. Morris, Lieut Comd'g.
C. M. Morris (search for this): article 6
A Victim of the Florida. --Extract of a letter dated St. Georges, July 21, 1864: George P. Black, Agent of N. S. Walker, Government Agent: The barque Harris Stevens, of Portland, bound to Clenfilegos came to grief yesterday fifty miles to S. and W. of this. The crew I sent to Cork in a Danish barque, I captured 313 lbs gum opium, which I will send into the Confederacy. C. M. Morris, Lieut Comd'g.
July 21st, 1864 AD (search for this): article 6
A Victim of the Florida. --Extract of a letter dated St. Georges, July 21, 1864: George P. Black, Agent of N. S. Walker, Government Agent: The barque Harris Stevens, of Portland, bound to Clenfilegos came to grief yesterday fifty miles to S. and W. of this. The crew I sent to Cork in a Danish barque, I captured 313 lbs gum opium, which I will send into the Confederacy. C. M. Morris, Lieut Comd'g.