1912 DOI: 10.5479/sil.309909.39088000763904 View full text
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Benjamin J. K. Anderson

Abstract: Having been furnished by the Government with the necessary means, I left Monrovia; Wednesday, May 6th. A. D. 1871, at 7ô 'clock a. m. and proceeding up the St. Paul's River touched at Virginia and took in Assistant Commissioner Capehart. We reached Mr. Washington's wharf at 7^o 'clock p. m. and were till 8}£ o'clock unloading, owing to a heavy storm of rain, and wind, the banks of the wharf being steep and slippery. The next day we proceeded to Careysburg and arranged to have the goods transferred thither, Mr.…

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