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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 November 1884

"-. - J -& -V "'H v - ss $ - sso .a.tr rw -ys3i y "y-,ii "erer": 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D., 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, ISSi. -jf -?. - -?;" -w NEWS OF THE WEEK, fke 3Je7S from Ail Parts of (he World AHROAD. In the Douse ol Commons oa t'la 30tli ut a rott way Tak'n upon Lord Kamiolph Chnrchiirs amendment to ihcacldros in reply to tho Fpeccli from the Throne, censuring the right Hon. Jos. Osaiutarlaiu. Pre-siileat of the Hoard of Trade, ' tor ;jm : i..& by his speeches interference- with the Aefilotn of political disunion, anl justify ing not und diorders." The amendment w.is rtiecied after an vnihiltercil debate. Sir Mis limit fiorc is prostrated hy his recent txvii mis consequent upon the celchration of bis I'MJ'h in May. S'cialisin seems to ho rapidly developm;: in Gcimany, in .spite of tho sevcro npnsivc mcisiues adopted hy Ibc Gov ernment, and tho strriiKth of the socialistic parly in thi next German Parliament will proliahiy liti double that in tho last. Pasl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 November 1884

S?!!? jtmral lilmtm "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE. AND FOR HIS WIDOW ANO ORPHANS.' ? ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1884. VOL. IV-NO. U.-WHOLE NO. 170. r "ENGINE THIEVES" The Great Story of "Capturing a Locomotive." INSIDE THE REBEL LINES. Organization of the Party to Burn the Bridges. IT STARTS SOUTHWARD. First Experiences in the Rebel Country. BY RKV. WM. riTTENGEB. COPYRIGHTED, 1531. Chapter L A SECRET MILITARY EXPEDITION. As the -writer looked up from the nianu ecript page on a warm March afternoon of 1862, a very busy, and occasionally an amus ing scene was presented. I was seated on a gentle, wooded slope which led down to the clear and quiet stream of Stone River, in Tennessee. 2s ot being at that time "on duty," I had strolled away from the tents which whitened the level fields above, and was passing an hour in the pleasant task of preparing "war correspondence" for the Bteubenville Herald. Now and then I lifted any eyes t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 November 1884

I c .,-S -. &'-&?j?fv rri.. vrj-xjvn .v- jfr - iri lifc.T.A'w' -?- J?-r r -m 7 : i &$ gr5ic .SSSv? 'wyTi9B-j! - r r 3, - -. ,r . --,r- -- - THE NATIONAL TRIBOTE- WASHINGTON,, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1884. SS??!S5?5? 5Jappabannock in boats and drove away the ietv Confederates guarding the ford. At 10 o'clock in ihe eveuiug the troops began to cros3. The Filth Corps, under Geu. Meade, folio wt-d. The troops pushed on to tho fttpidau, crowing it at Gcrnuinia Ford, eoming suddenly upon ihe Confeder ates, v.-ho were binldimr. a bridge and who' ran into a mill. Thr 2d Mass. and 3d Wis. wheeled into line and charged upon them, compelling them to snrnjadcr. The bridge was quickly completed, and at daybrealron the nioinmu of the hist, day of April vre see the three corps on the south bank of tho llapidau. It was noon when Gen. Itee heard of it Nor did he leuow what to make of it. Down the river opposite Port Royal was evidently a large force ready to cross on the pontoons al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 November 1884

'siPl mP v --?':jraj? ft-" 3(3"-va?? ' ".j.;? ) TOE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1884. FIGHTING THEN) OYER. What Oar Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. STO NE'S RIVER. fke Assault on the Unprepared Eight Wing The rrctended Rc-cnforceiaenls The Final Struggle n the East Bank of tho Hirer. To the Editor : In " Carlcton's" history of tlie battle of Stone's River there are a few errors, as I saw it Without pointing out tho special contrast between his account and as I gaw it, I would, with your permission, make a few statements which shall cover the main points of difference. After reaching the fiel.1 on which the great Itrugple was to occur, tho 30th of December, (Tuesday,) was occupied in manuvering- for position. Tho skirmishing was so general all along the lines that it would he difficult to de termine which was tho most vulnerable- or which the stiongest part of tlio enemy's Hues. Skirmishing v?s brisk all along the Jinc3, es pecially alo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 November 1884

-i-jsr ,s ' -i' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,'. D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 188.' i-it -V?"-y' ?- 'VjFf-STTW''"" The National tarn (ESTABUSHED 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Xcar, invariably In Advance. jSlx months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period recoived. SPECIAL ASSODSCEMEST. XQXEY sent us, oikcrtcisc than by registered, letter, ftosta! notes, jxfa tnency order, or draft on JVac York, will be til the risk of (he sender. AGENTS. We employ no agmts. Ttrn Nation al Tniuinvi: Aa many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally houei-t and faitltfal ; but persons who confide tfieir subscriptions to than must be their own fudges of ht V responsibility. Tlie paprr will be sent only on receipt of the subtcription jirice. ADDKESSFS, iU2.VJiir.li-S. Etc Addresser trill be changed as tiflcu as desired, but cadi subscriber should in crerycascgivc theoldas trcl asncivadd.x's. Jn raicieing.itileeribcrsshoiddliecarefuliosewl usthe label on lite las! wpcrrccciicd. mid ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 November 1884

ipPr!5 mj&.??zvecr?tta?j 'fcs t-V f Sf SSS-SW "2--SfvM rp T.'r'iEria.'-'c e-- r " :;3ssi3!?K'?w-fi"ssi.T. HixwasE.iwass?rsst t. j" T ai jJiV ? v THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHEWTOtfuD. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1884. S WASHINGTON GOSSIP, The Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. AN EXCITING WEEK. The past week has been ono of wearing ex citement in this city. Washington has a vastly deeper interest in the result of a general elec tion than any other city in the country. In spite ol all the Civil Service talk and the law, the thousands of clerks hero feel that the re tention of their places depends upon political influence, and that any change in party ascend ancy must bo disastrous to them. As a very large proportion of these are men advanced in years, who have not been successful in other Teutures in life, ihey are more or less strongly of the opinion that tho holding of their places is tho only security against coining to absolute want, so their anxiety over tho result o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 November 1884

."W-Vi tK'-1 r' " - ' .'. i-' -i''f S" -''J 'W &'' - T - V J" C THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, lSSf WwpTWt! THE GRAND ARMY, Arc the Graves of Onr Dead Desecrated? HEADQUARTERS NOTES. IntcrfRtln Correspondence Concerning the Bodies of Ibe Union Dead at Franklin Xon-L'nrtisanship or the G.A.K. Contribution to Memorial Post. Toledo, O., Nov. 1. The visit of Commander-in-Chief Kountz to the South has been indirectly instrumental in settling the rumor that the bones of the Union dead on the battlefield of Franklin, where eo many of onr brave boys cave up their lives, have been ruthlessly exposed to view by the ploughshare and the spade and the ground desecrated where they lay. It is, perhaps, not generally understood that tho remains of our fallen heroes on this battleground, as from tho bloody fields of the South generally, have been removed to the National Cemeteries, aud so any attempt to cultivate the ground has not been looked upon as an oflense The ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 November 1884

" rfSSf --r'.- - yf- ,-- - -,vr- THE NATIONAL .TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1884. LOYALWOMJN'SWQRK Home Work Experience Meeting Conversation Club. A,CONYENinNT SEASON. Waiting a couvciiieut season is only an easy Tray of deceiving yourself into duiuj; nothing at all. The earnest man or woman will make all seasons convenient. The very opposition ho encounters will be an incentive to the ac complishment of his purpose. If you wait for a convenient season you will miss'ovcry opportunity in life that is worth the bavin?. All the pleasures of life will slip past you, because you are not quite ready to take advantage of them. Every bright pros pect for bettering your condition will ' pass away and leave you, a laggard in the race, to bemoan your sad fate, wliiio you see others in full pocssion of coveted guotl things. Believe us, thcro is no fciicli thing as a con venient season. Every time you say " Go thy way" to some blessed messenger you set farther away from you ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 13 November 1884

?55 sPit-lttlf.-c ,-y THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1384. 8 fWWWSS ? fe p If- f 4 Is i ic Se lf HE 1 p- r TtX - it: t HEWS-OF THE WEEK. , The News from All Parts of tlio World. ABKOAD. Tlsccljoicra has again made its appcaranco in France, and scvcnil deaths have occurred at Hantes, Yport, St. Leonard and Oran. In Naples, too. there has been a fresh outbreak, and irmit jtpprehens.on is felt, thonzh only a few deaths have occurred daily. In Paris, too, the dreaded disease has ajiain shown itself. The first victims were rar packers living in tho densely-populated Faubourg St. Antoiue, who berauie infected from imported rags. AllhoiiRh a general return of t ho epidemic is not dreaded, prcat depression exists in business circles in Paris on account of the few rases that have oc curred, and great alaiin is felt throughout the country. The Government of Portugal lays claim to the sovereignty of the lower Congo country, and has forwarded a circular to tho va...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 November 1884

T?S SrrrfC -,- rSlr -?'- . TK.-r- ip Ifettmtal fUtibwit i "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." 3 ESTABLISHED 1377 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1884. VOL. IT-NO. 15.-WH0LE NO. 171. "3 31 ' r "ENGINE THIEVES." The Great Story of "Capturing a Locomotive." INSIDE THE REBEL LINES. Organization of the Party Burn the Bridges. to HE STARTS SOUTHWARD. First Experiences in the Rebel Country. BY REV. TO. I'lTTnXQEK. OOI'YKIfiHTED, 1SS1. Chapter I concluded. After a long conversation, Mitchell and I returned to the wosking-party down the river. The burnt remnants of the old rail road bridge and the rapidly rising timbers of the new had now a deeper interest than ever. The completion of this bridge and the burning of some others far in the South were the two events for which that whole division, whose tents dotted the meadows behind us, was unconsciously waiting. My head was full of conjectures and plans as I walked hack through the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 November 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1884; in front or the two Union corps: the 3d Va. is in front of Altaic, the -lih in frout of Couch. When we come to the cleared Held near tho turnpike we find McLaws's Divis ion. Gen. Lee is very mi-o that Gen. Hooker -will not think of advancing Meade and Conch, and uncover 1 U !ett flauk, and. so with two regiments of cavalfy hfl will keep two Union corps motionless in tho coming battle. It was very welljlanued. MeLaws and Anderson h'ld the pnmnd- from the woods north of the turnpike U Mr. Vilui(l'.s furnace uearly two miles His troops face north weL JCow going Avest to the Old "Vildernes3 Tavern three miles along the turnpike, past Chancellrsville, through the Union lines, (eight miles hy the route followed by Jack son,) we come to the p'ace where he is form ing his division to crnh Howard. Having done tha, he will move lor the rear of the 'Twelfth Corps and drive his foicc like a wedge bet wren -Honker at Chaneello...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 November 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1884; 3 FIGHTING THEftJ OYER What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. " TWIGGS'S VICTIMS. .- Another or the Old Mh U. S. Infantry Found. To THE Editor: Through the medium of your valuable paper I have heard from two of my old comrades of Co. E, Sth U. S. Inf., for 22 months fellow-prisoners with mc in Texas. I was only too glad to hear from any of the old nioinbersof thcrcj;imcut,nov scattered from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and more especially fioiu two of mv own company as dear to memory as liiram'ilarsh and Win. Rowland, There is not much to add to the story of these two com rades, and perhaps it is imposing upon the val uable space of your paper, as well as its raid ers, in giving them monotonous reading, but I will risk it this once. I have not forgotten the many changes of camp our rebel captors com pelled us to undergo, and the extent of terri tory traversed in those changes in Winter, with ns a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 November 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1881. The National tarn (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, Jnvariably In Advance. BIx roonilis, 7."J ccnls. No subscription for a los period received. SPIiCXAX. ANNOUNCEMENT. 2ION3i sent tes, othendsc than by registered IcJter, postal no!!s, postal money order, or draft on Xcu York, trill be at the rhk of (he sender. AGISTS Wc employ no agents. The National Tninuyn has many volunteer canvassers, and they arc generai'tr honest andaithful; but persons who confide their stibscrijvious to (hem must be their own judges of Ihctr repoi.ibiWi. Tlic jxyicr will be sent only on receipt of (lie subacrfythn price ADDRI'SSJF, JU:XnV,'ALS, Etc. Addresses tcill be cJianged as often as desired, but each subscriber thoidditi every case gice ihc old as ucll as neto address. In raiccig. svltscr ."bars t-hould becarcful to rani us the label on the last paper received, and specify any cor rections or changes they des...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 November 1884

TIIE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHING-TON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1884. 5 WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The Weekly Collection About llic Na tional Capital. Till EEKATOB FBOM" 2CBW YORK. The election of a Senator from New York to euocood Mr. Luplmin. whose term expires next Ularch, is a subject of much vnrnust discussion here. The flejmblicins have a m gorily of seven in the Upper and of 10 in the Lower Chamber of the New York Legislature, and will therefore, if there is no coalition, return whom they please. It is pretty well settled that they will not return Mr. Lapham. Indeed, lie is not spoken of. He has not given satisfac tion, to say the least, to any faction or party. Tho most talk revolves around Pros. Arthur and cx-St-nutor Conk! tug. The employment of tho latter by the Democrats to aid in their election contest has given rise to the assertion that a coalition between the Slahvaits and tho Democrats to elect him Senator had been formed. Those who know IJoscoe CoukHiiR best are quite po...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 November 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1884. 6; THE GRAM ARMY, ProspiHiive Tour of the Commandcr-iii-Cliief. HEADQUARTERS NOTES. Cornciilng or (he National EociiHtc Committee Hoiiitnlities to tlic Visiting Comrades. TOIXDO, O., Nov. 11. The event of the tvevk at Headquarters was the meeting of the Kxccutivo C'onnnitU-c of the National Council of Administration, con vened by Special Order, No. 1, of the Com-tnauder-in-Cliiei; on Wednesday p. in., and its attendant pleasures undr the direction of For pyth Post. There were present Comrades Sam uel Harper, Pittsburg, 1.; Samuel Wells, luiehnnaii. Mich.: Herman S. Fos, encvn, N. Y., and J. J. Sullivan, Millersburpr, O., members : of the Council, together with . -M.-uen. .louu Taylor, of Philadelphia, and S. V. Dcp't Com mander K. B. Brown, of Zutiesville, O. Past Commander-in-Chief Kobt. J3. Heath and Jn-spcctor-Gcu. O. A. .lanes were also expected, but at the last moment were nnablo to meet the engagement, as an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 November 1884

TS-.sw' vsT .,-JS , j. 4,"r 4TT -L $ .C " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1884. '-. -"'jwjjfe LOYALWOMP'SWORK - o- Bemembftr Thanksgiving Domestic Work Experience Conversation. THANKSGIVING. Make soniotliinj; of Thankssivinjr. It may not lo a feasl time you will ordur, it may not bo u season of hilarious rrjoiciiig:; hut let it bo a holiday, filled with caun thaijkfnlncss for all that has come to you in the nature of a blessing and all thai has burn, withheld that might have embittered your lot or made heavy burdens more grievous to bear. For a broad and bounteous land, dwelling in peace with all the world, give thanks. For the early and thu latter rain, for the sunshine in itb'season and the dews that have blessed the night, give thanks. For abundant harvests and the fruits of tree and vine, for the corn and the grants and the oil. give thanks. For hcalthaud strength, forhomcand friends, for privileged enjoyed and hopes . ouchsafed, give tlntnks. Jf ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 20 November 1884

J - i-"" f? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1884. NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Paris of the World. ABROAD. Tlie cholera still exists in Paris, and in the early part of last week caused a great deal of excitement among the populace. The visita tion, however, is trilling compared with the ravages of the disea-c in Toulon, to equal which it would be necessary to have a death rate of 2,500 a day. The epidemic shows little if ail v clll-ct upon the pleasure-seeking procliv ities'of the people. The theaters and other places of amusement are well filled every night, The west end is still healthy, hut is compara tively deserted. Most of the residents of that quai ler have preferred to place themselves at a safe distance from possible infection. The disease lias also again made its appearance in Toulon, hut not to an extent sufficient to cause any uneasiness. It is also reported that several fatal casts have occurred at Urussels, hut this is denied by th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 November 1884

"i3,?'- lr -V"VvW- '':.' "i-' Jv- -sg- 3h -i. s "" ,iSrf i - EJvS-sftSip , Jyatw UU& "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." 01 ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1884. VOL, IV-NO. 16 -WHOLE NO. 172. JM ''. 3l 1' 1 4 GE1(1 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscences of the War of the Rebellion. EEELD OE GETTYSBURG. The Opening of the Great Battle. REYNOLDS'S DEATH. Gen. Howard Chooses the Battlefield. BY MAJ.-GEN. O. O. HOWARD, V. S. A. COrVKIGUTED. ALL HIGUTS EESCKVED.J XLV. The town of Gettysburg that is, the vil lage part of it covers about one square mile, and is situated in an undulating val ley, through vrhich runs Rock Creek. This small creek, fed by three or four smaller ones, coursing from the north and flowing southeast of the settlement, appears to cut irom Culp's Hill, at the north end of Ceme tery Ridge, two lobes one theBenner's Hill, and the other the Wolf 's Hill ; Lady's Run separates the lobes fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 November 1884

-a. 4 ""Tfift "C-fJSf1 V"fV3" . ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0.,, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1SS3, 2 YtT" !-VaMr-A" ?"' THE pON. The Story of the War Retold for Our Boys and Girls ' ' - BY "OAKLETON." tcorvKionTEi). all kigiitS reserved! LII. To the Dons and Girls of the Untied Slates: The first intimation Gen. Hooker had of disaster to bis right Hank was from the fugitives streaming past his headquarters. He had heard the first crashing volley, the uproar growing louder and coming nearer. He is quick to act. He must recall Sickles. He must throw a force in front of Jackson. His own old division, which he led at "Wil liamEhurg, at Fair Osks, at the second Bull Bun, at Antietam, is in reserve. Gen. Berry commands it He ordered it to advance. It comes into position in the fields west of Chancellorsville, The retreating troops formed behind this tried and faithful division; the S2d Ohio, 82d HL, 2Gth IVis., 157th K Y., mid other regiments halted, dressed their lines, and stood re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 27 November 1884

4- t - '.'' f -r - e-r &? y &lj& ?j&r3.r?'&- -is "fr vmhtv--- tK V r"V -r h FIGHTING THEHJ OVER What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. MOBILE BAY. Graphic Account or (tic Operations by Lund and Water. To the Editok: Seeing very little in your valuable paper in regard to the operations of the Army of the Gulf, I beg leavo to send a short account of the bombardment and Bicge of Forts Morgan and Gaines at the entrance of Mobile Kay, and t'.ie part the 20th Iowa took in it. In order to convey a clear idea of the obstacles to be overcome by our fleet, it will perhaps he well to glance hastily at tho locality. A vessel of any considerable size, in entering Mobilo Bay, must pass between Forts Morgan and Gaines, and close under tho guns of the former. Mobile Point, on the western ex tremity of which stands Fort Morgan, is a long peninsula, which juts out from the mainland, extending due west a distance of 17 miles. Fort Morgan (known as Fort Boj-cr in t...

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