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Admiral Paulding Alcalde American Army arrived Aspinwall beautiful boats Bolivar Bremen Bremerhaven called Cambreleng Captain citizens Colombia Colonel command Commodore Commodore Paulding Consul cruise dear despatch duty English everything father feeling flag frigate gave gentlemen Government Governor guns Hampton Roads happy Hiram Paulding Home Squadron honor horses hour Huacho Huaraz Huaura hundred inhabitants interest invited Island John Paulding Juan del Norte ladies landed Lawrence leave letter Lieutenant Louis Molina miles Minister morning mountains naval Navy Yard Nicaragua night officers orders passed patriotism Paulding's Peru pleasant Point Arenas port present President Prince received replied returned road rose sail saluted San Juan sand Saratoga Secretary seemed sent ship shore Siday soldiers squadron steamer Tattnall tion took United valley vessels Wabash Walker Washington whilst William Walker York York Navy Yard young
Page 207 - O Thou, whose power o'er moving worlds presides; Whose voice created and whose wisdom guides; On darkling man in pure effulgence shine And cheer the clouded mind with light divine.
Page 290 - Thursday we started down the harbor in company with the gun-boats Sachem and Currituck. We went along very nicely and when we arrived at Governor's Island the steamer Seth Low came alongside and took us in tow. We went out past the narrows with a light wind from the west and very smooth water. The weather
Page 179 - assert its rights to the town and port of San Juan del Norte by taking possession and hauling down the Mosquito flag and raising their own, it may be proper to give instructions to the commander of any United States ship that may visit that
Page 136 - threaten the durability of our institutions or obscure the light of our prosperity.
Page 86 - under your command, is, in all respects, ready for sea, you will proceed to the
Page 277 - the high esteem and consideration with which I have the honor to subscribe myself, Your most obedient servant, (Signed)
Page 178 - I hope that soon a ship of war will be at San Juan del Norte. In which event, as I learn from good authority, the present Government of Nicaragua will
Page 186 - my letter to General Walker, demanding the surrender of his arms and the embarkation of himself and followers
Page 69 - those in compliment to my country was the memory of Washington, drunk standing. Calling on me for a toast, I gave "Success to the liberating army of Peru and the Washington of the south, may glory attend them." In the course of the repast he turned to me, saying, "My enemies abuse me very much and