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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 27 April 1898

LARGEST OlFiOUL-ATION. ? _____ s VOL III, NO. 9?. WILL GOJ CUBA List of the Volunteers in the Huntington Rifles. WILL ENRCLL RESERVES Men Who Will tight Tor the Flag Another Coll Id Minle May l*aVa Thuir Kamen at tha Dally Prcaa Onto*, tium at Iho Shipyard. TORT MO.VROE. VA.. April M.?(On Board the Flagship Brooklyn, ort Fori Monroe)?The Iran?port ship Panther, with 800 marines, sailed today for Key Went, convoyed by the cruiser Mont? gomery. (The marin?? on the transport crowded the decks In long lines and waving their Matt gave vent to mighty eheen-. while tlie sailors, marines, und even llremen on the big warships, crowd.-.I the forecastles, and returned them ?with a will. The men on the Montgom? ery Joined In the chorus and the cheers resounded from ship to ship, continuing until transport mid convoy were out of hall. 'Hardly had the pair gone than u booming caution announced n not her approach n.-.d the gunboat Vlcksburg came along on her w.ty out, ilrliig .1 zahlte I? the Comi...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 27 April 1898

?TY VOTE Us? Kara! Appro- { Ott-Coacamd j||seS?ilng? jp??' 20.?Durir.it Sij?f Ohe Senate ffi&ovt on the ur . agreed to Sssed and signed. Sic- session *i fjijbf .seventy-f on r s^and nu men >us {gneral calendar. jHIJ't? enable -the SSjTpecty officers Sfce'-J Saaten navy ay-<theinsel ves i n a3? of .honor, ro (snate "went into Stufet 8:15 P. M.. ^r3NTATr\TFjS. iBIi'jWas reported fiMjy an arrange ice "will begin to- , SreK&lg'.ht sessions Sg?fc-on that day on. case of "Wise 'second. Virginia B?J&y In favor of $93Ae, who is gfcvote. looniteBsitaaiit were ! rhjkicker (Repub jjEr?rosvenor (Ke ?hes (^Democrat), jSCpr' tthe eon'tes ?5i> ito tthe naval ye I tnon-concurred Eequested. iea -jM-esssrs. Bou tebronlngs confer f^u'se adjourned. ( prli 26.?Cha the. House Ways sep today sub fttie war revenue ?the receipts of necessary imme ?Sswir with Spain. pDihgley said he .ea.ce had contin K'.now be sulll Snds of the gov today has thre< aari the measure !hey are as fol feeu...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 27 April 1898

gagg i>?u>i^J^?'^?>~"''''~''~~1 The appointment of Charles Emory Smith to his cabinet Is scarcely suffi? cient evidence for the belief thnt Mr. McKinley is about to adopt n double column '?swell head" policy in reK?rd to Spain. Mr. Blanco thinks he can defend Havana without the assistance of any Spanish warships. It will no doubt be the proper thing to allow him at least one more "think." When Spain readies the repentant stage some one should remind her of the truth of the scriptural quotation: "He sure your sins will tlnd you out." Those englnee fleet seem limn manders of the I itbourd the Spanish wise than the com essels. CANDIDATES' CARDS. FOH MAYOR. I hereby announce myself M a can? didate for the office of mayor of the rtty of Newport News, V?.. subject to the decision of the Democratic primary. C. PERKINS. Mnrch 26th. 1S9S. FOM COMMONWEALTH'S ATT Y. I hereby announce myself u candlduif for the office of Conr-ihon wealth's At wey for the city of Newport News, subject 1...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 27 April 1898

We herewith utter our ultirriatuni and be? gin our Spring cam? paign on high prices for low grade goods. We are better forti? fied than ever to sup? ply your and the boys wants and offer to the trade a full stock of Clothing. Hats. Shoes and Furnish? ings second to none in the state, with quali? ties and prices guar? anteed. Come in and exa? mine the following: Usual. $ 9 00 Suits $ 7.50 All sold as low. 112.00 15.00 18.00 22-50 25.00 other 10.00 1250 15.00 16-50 1800 lines arc proportionality The Reliable Clothier. Shoer Matter. National R ai ui ANK U1LDING anc" Family Liquor S**?' feSTflBblAttftS.. ?,Tj M? - ? ^rrSTO in isoo. "f^tSoe for you to buy your WlneB und Liquors for Cookiug anil Medicinal purposes. INSIOli: HAM PTON ADVERTISEMENTS HAMPTON NEWS if you expect to secure any of the rare barsyahiH that we are selling our nobby Cloth? ing and Furnishings at. Our Easter sales have been very satisfactory and in ap? preciation thereof we have stuck the knife right into V e prices ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 April 1898

AAAA. I LARGEST ^ CIROUUATION. VOL III, NO. 97. READY FOR TH "Jackies" Anxious to Get Aboard the Dixie E-TO COMMAND THE RIFLES Captain 8. S. Archibald, Though Willing to Enlist a."-VHte, Will Probably be the Executive Ottleer of the Local Company. pi It is not improbable that Captain S. ?ATchi.b'ald wid'l be in command of che (Huntington iiitles when che company leaves R'iohmond with the other Vir gJuiu troops for Cuba. He was form? erly -the commandant of the company tout resigned a'bout a year ago to en? gage in business in Kansas City. It is thought that Captain P. Thorn? ton iMarye, who is now commander of the company, "will be elected adjutant .of the regi'ment. In that event there -would -be a vacancy in the (Huntington Tt'Pfle.--. Caiptain Archibald, it is under? stood, is willing to shoulder a muaket and enlist as a private, but he holds a captain's commission und it is probable that he will be asked to take command of the company if Captain Marye ia promoted. Four recruits ...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 April 1898

C EL TSAE?SSII^ B?tOT and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BY THE ?giilg f resa tofstpaiui, UMITn POSTuFFICE BUILDING. SUBSCRIPTIONa. I>atly, twelve months.W ?>ally. six months.1 . Pally, one month . ' | T^ally, one week . I All business, sews letters or tele j /raphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. TELEPHONE CALL.1614 Important to Auvertmera. Parties other than those having ledger accounts with thin paper, civic societies and military organizations, are required to pay tor transient advertisement* in advance. An increase of BO per cent will be charged for transient advertlee mente not paid for in advance, and no transient advertisement will be bolted for lees space than one inch. To lilus Vttte: one half inch is 25 cents, one Inch ? cents for one time, when paid In ad? vance; but ther will be 75 cents if charged. Transient advertisers will aave money by remembering thle notice. Which applies in ?11 cases. Irrespective ef financial responsibility. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 April 1898

We herewith utter ourniltimatum and be? gin our Spring cam? paign on high prices for low qrade goods. We are better forti? fied than ever to sup? ply your and the boys' wants and offer to the trade a full stock of Clothing. Hats. Shoes and Furnish? ings second to none in the state, with quali? ties and prices guar? anteed. Come in and exa? mine the following: Usuall $ 9 00 Suits $ 7.50 All sold ,12.00 " 15.00 ? 18.00 " 22-50 " 25.00 " other lines are proportionally 10.00 12-50 15.00 16-50 18-00 as low. The Reliable Clothier. Shoer ana Hatter. NEW DANK ATIONAL OUILDING ant? Family Liquor Store BSVflELISHED IN 1888. - Ts tbe place for you to buy you) Wines juiri Liquors for Cooking and Medicinal purposes. inese ore itie Rules 01 me cole ond sgioo INSIDE: t/D as ea CO EC No Loud Talking or Singing, discuss? ing of Politics. Na? tionality or Reli? gion. All who cannot comply with these rules are re? quested to spend their time and mon? ey elsewhere. All orders by mall will receive promp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 28 April 1898

Raise Revenue fori ||rrying on War ??SSED IN THE HOUSE! ISingley Open* the Debate Foilovrerf by the Oen?ocr?fu* Leader. Senate Holds >* CBy Telegraph.) SENOTON, April 27.-The gen bate upon the measure fra-med Waj's and Means Com mit lee to e extraordinary expenditures'-of with Spain opened in the day. It will continue through >w and on Friday at 4 o'clock wiii he taken. There was a a'usejice of that partisan rancor "?ra? ?.iwaya heretofore oharaet, r [?ebaite? on Tevenue measures. 'sides, speaking uhrough their e leaders, Oyiessrs. Dingley and concurred in the necessity existed for the immediate rais ,'ihrundrede of millions to prose ie'war,'but the opposing doctrines they held clashed at the first >vex 'the methods by wtrkh the -.should 'be xsulsed. ?reading of the bill occupied an ten minutes. Mr. Dingley '-^ook the floor to open the debate, blil, he said, was distinctly a war ire, forced upon the country by jwar with Spain in which we were jed. In war, he said, it was es...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 April 1898

- - - . - - : .... - ...... ^ LARGEST * CIRCULATION. $ VOL III, NO. 1)8. NEWPORT NEWS' VA., FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1898. i Associated Press s. PPTfl? single copy,two cen r IvJAjJCj one week -ten cents MILSTE AD1_N E WTO N Two Incumbents Win byj Small Majorities. SHESLDS FOR CONSTABLE! TliAHe Are the Camlidatt-* Nullltliatecl hy the Democrats at llie Primary II? hi Yesterday nail Last Night. Nearly I ,200 Voten foiled. The Democrats have selected theli candidates for the municipal oliices tc be voted for at the election which will be held Thursda, May 26. The legalized primary was held y< terday, the polls opening at noon and closing at 9 o'clock last night. It w nut a propitious day lor holding an election, but notwithstanding this fact there was a large vote polled. It was a momentous time for the candidates and they hustled, braving the ele? ments and ploughing through tie- mud to get the voters to the polls. All of ine candidates put up a good light. They kept in hailing distance o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 April 1898

:V18>f5* Sails C. BL THACKibJR, Editor and Manasw. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. < BT THE 9toflg flre-ss Company, LraiTts POSToFFTCE BTJILIHNO. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Pally, twelve months.$4 daily, six months .3 Dally, one month. flatly, one week . j All business, lews letters or tele tfraphic dispatches should be addressed DAILY PRESS. iEILEPHONE CALL.?14 Important to Adtrcrtlmn. Parties other than those having ledger accounts with this paper, civic societies and military organizations, are required to pay far transient advertisements in advance. An increase of 50 per cent ?will be charged for transient advertise? ments not paid for In advance, and no transient advertisement will be booked tor lees apace than one Inch. To Ulus ^ate: one half Inch is 25 cents, one inch ? cent* for one time, when paid in ad? vance; but ther will be 75 cents if Charged. Transient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice. Which applies In all oases, Irrespective .?f financial respo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 April 1898

New^ommer Resort, the b?ckroe beach hotel Is situated Vi?! Hampton Roads in sight of?port Monroe, where electric ears rBeetv incoming and outgoing steamereJv.'This delightful summer re? sort will-be OPENED MAY 2. 1S9S. The h]6tel has" been enlarged. Per? fect sanitary condition and plumbing. Bathing is unexcelled. Pishing and boating unrivalled. No malaria. The cool breezes of the Atlantic. Electric' cars every 15 minutes for Fort Monroe, Hampton and Newport News. No liq? uors sold or gambling permitted. Pic? nic parties allowed the use of the mammoth.- paviilion during the day. Music every night except Sunday. For terms apply to CHARLES II. hew1ns. Manager, Buck Roe Beh'-h Hotel. Hampton, Va. apr 2T-5m. We herewith utter our ultimatum and be? gin our Spring cam? paign on high prices for low grade goods. We are better forti? fied thc\n ever to sup? ply your and the boys' wants and otter to the trade a full stock of Clothing. 1 lats, Shoes and Furnish? ings second t<5 none,in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 29 April 1898

Another Story of the Bom? bardment of Matanzas. COMPELLED TO RETREAT. Americans Forced to Retire from the Ei>* gagemeat After Half au Hour's Fight? ing, According to tbe Spanlnh Re- -. port. Seueral Men Killed. (By Telegraph.) MADRID. April 2S.?The version or the bombardment of Matanzas by the United States fleet which has reached here, says that "after half hour fight the Americans were obliged to re? treat." Little credence is attached in Mad? rid to the despatches from New York telling of the bombardment of Matan? zas, as the latter "conflict with the of? ficial report." i The latter, in addition to saying the Americans "were obliged to retreat' admit that "several men were killed." and that "some damage was done to the town," also saying that the "American loss is not known." The forts at Havana, it is announced here, have not yet fired a single pro? jectile, the cannon shots being merely signalling. An official despatch from Manila, capital of the Phillippine Islands, re? ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 30 April 1898

LARGEST g CIRCULATION. % VOL III, NO. 99. TRAIGHT TICKET Republicans Nominate Can-J didates for the Council. HARMONY IN THE CAMP Factions Uulte at thr Ward ille Ratify tho Acltonor tho t'? ?ucu Committee. I>r Charles Will Hun. The earning- municipal camp.tirni will] be fought on po-i-ty 'lines. iBoch ?have selected their candidates u fight is now on hi earnest. Last night the .Republic-..:s hr-".l ward I meetings, nominated candidate,* for | the Common Council and Just. ?s of the peace and ratified the tick-; a,;reed ?upuii by the conference comimittee. ?Here is the full ticket: Mayor?f>r. Joseph Charles. City -Sergeant?W. T. Hopkins. Commonwealth's Attorney?A. C. Peachy. Constable-^C. C. Watts. FOR THE COMMON COUNCIL First .Ward?B. B. Cory. Second, Ward?William Washington, (colored). Third Ward?William C. Wllkie. Fourth Ward?H. E. Parker, Sr. Fifth Ward?Walter B. Ellison. (Sixth Ward?Joseph Carruthers. Seventh Ward?John D. Hay. 'FOR JUSTICES OF THE PEACE First Wa-rd?P. tM. Ki...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 30 April 1898

*5 ?aH? fr******' 'i&'THADKSlRt BMitor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING SXCBPT MONDAY. BY TUB ?Hatlg Press Company* tlMITIO FOSTwFFICE BUILDING. ?gr/i - SUBSCRIPTIONS. ^atily, twelve months.W ? j??.ily, six months.2 pally, one month . t tewlly, one week . 1 All basinets, news letters or tale ?raphtc dispatches should be addressed t DAILY PRP;3S. XETLEPHONK CALL.?14 Important to Atlvertlhem. Parties other than those having ledger ' accounts with this paper, civic societies t? military organizations, are required pay {or transient advertisements In advance. An Increase of 60 per cent ?will b? charged for transient advertlae l?ttti not paid for In advance, and no arsmadeat advertisement will be booked for Uta? apace than one Inch. To lllua SYHte: one half Inch Is 26 centa. one Inch At ecnto for one lime, when paid In ad but ther will be 76 cents If jpeAarged. Transient advertisers will Jgj?T? money by remembering this notice, iiV ?klcb ?ppllea In all oases, Irrespective -?At fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 30 April 1898

New Summer THE BiJGKROE BEACH HOTEL. Is silua sight of care steamers sort will W Hampton Roads In Monroe, "where electric incoming .and outgoing his delightful summer re _'ENED"i[Ay 2. 1S9S. The hoxel has been enlarged. Per? fect sanitary condition anil plumbing. Bathing is unexcelled, fishing and boating unrivalled. 'Ko malaria. The tool breezes of the_.Atlantic. Electric cars every 15 minujes for Fort Monroe, Hampton, and Newport News. No liq? uors sold or gambling permitted. Pic? nic pa rt iesJ all.) wed the use of tin; mammotli?j?Rvilliorf'durlng the day. Music eveME; night except Sunday. For tert??tapply to CHARL?1I. HEWINS, Manager, ^Msck Itue Beach Hotel. Sgffc *=? Hampton, Va. apr 27-5m.'"?.5?, Chase Your DoTars Into a house. Tou have a right to a little piece of this earth?you may have it if you will take It. The money you spend for cigars?for?eh?soda water?if saved, would buy a house in a short time. Then you'll be safe. In the storms of adversity you'll have something to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 30 April 1898

Passed by the House of Representatives. ' DEMOCRATS VOTE NAY All the Amendments to the Bond Features of Hie Measure Defeated. Cooference Report on the Naval Appropria? tion Bill Agreed To. (By Telegraph.) WAiSHLVGTO.V, April 29.?The House -Soday passed the war revenue hill with on?y tile amendments agreed upon by .the 'Republican members of tlie Ways and ileans'commi'itee added. In order 'to accomplish this a parliamentary ma ? noeuver ?ra? necessary, as the who!. time for amendments was exhausted by the minority in trying to amend the bond feature of the bill. Mr. Dlngley offered a substitute, an entirely new b3U containing t'hese amendment!', after the bin ihad' been reported to the House Titis was an old parliamentary trick {frequently resorted ;to. The Mot ril! tar? iff bill was passed in this way in its I original form aifter it had been loaded down with amendments in committee! of the whole. Many amendments were offered to the bond feature of the bill, ranging from a propositi...

Publication Title: Daily Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 1 May 1898

l LARGEST I OIRCUL.ATION. i| VOL JM). 100. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., SUNDAY, MAY 1, 181)8. PRTflF SINGLE CQPY.TWO CEN T XVL<UJEL* ONE WEEK -TEN CENTS RushsOrdessJeceived at the Shipyard'YesJerday. * the Artillery Company! Adjutant (J'encnil AdviB". ? That the Men | Jolixtbe tusijutry. However, It Will i'robubly tie Orffiiuizetl tu - . Hie Scar Jfuiure. Special orders were received at the shiijj'ur&tii yest??iuay-?-reuuesuiiK uiat Hie ?uM-wn - Ute -auxiliary -ciumers Dixie and "lusemite be rusued to com? pletion u*-,trie earliest ? possiuie uio lueiit, as ihe^vafsdv-'p" are ii<-.-o,-,i, . us a redltlu u tun lone ui tin... ?. i.i empiojecj.-"uX the yaru louay. ,? . iimukoi tKat both vessels will reaay to-ie"uve the plant Tnursduy. Yesterday was pay-day at the ship? yard and-the employees received over ?40,000 Ior>their week s work. WONDERFUL, HAM. A nav^U-officer on board the ram Katahdin7\which was in Hamilton Roads recently and which will proba? bly be auached to the Hying squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 1 May 1898

|?gf$ j&ailg Press, '.to JTOWtiraisieD bvkrt morning HCCOTtPT HONDA'S;, .?iiy-: BT TOT 'tllasflg pres? -Ssntpnttij, POSWoiFTTCE B?TXJDIMO. S?BSCRIPTIciN? r> twelve months.94 jr, six months.2 3y. one month . ? ,_EJy, one week . 1 , All business, sews letters or tele aBFipfcAc d&spatchea should he addressed | DAILY PRESS. .fEajerPHOXB call.?w Important to Art rert i ma it. |>y?rtie? other than those having ledger I jsecoua'-s with thl* paper, civic societies rjW* military organization*, are required ?to 8*7 for ?.ranslent advertisements -fitj-ranx-?-. Ad Increase of SO per cent WSU bs charged for traosient advertlae a*MWaJ? Dot paid for io advance, and no | Advertisement win be booked i space than one inch. To Ulus ?: one half inch is 25 cents, one inch > ecsts for one time, when paid In ad ' mJ*e*~; bot ther will be 75 cents if] ^?rged. Transient advertise ra will money by remembe?-Vng this notice, etj.b apnl1-; in. all oases. Irrespective 1 cojMuiclsa responslbltrty...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 1 May 1898

HAMPTON ' ADVERTISEMENTS. Get a Move FINANCE MKOMMERCi: Market Quotations From the Leading Business Centers NEW YORK MONET (MARKET. NEW YORK. April 30.?Money on call steady 2tft2 1-2 per cent.; prime mercan? tile 'paper C<t?T per cent.; sterling ex? change weak, with actual business ir. ba-nksre.' bills at 4.S3 3-4<g>4.84 for de? mand, and at 4.S0 3-4@4.Sl for sixty days. Posted rates 4.811-2@4.S2 and 4.S5?4.S5 1-2; comemreial bills. 4.80? 4.S01-2: sliver certificates, 15.000 oz sold at 57 l-2@57 3-4; closed at 57 1-2? 68; bar silver, 56 !7-S: Mexican dollars, 45 1-4;" state bonds, dull railroad bonds, strong; government bonds, firm. if you expect to secure any of the rare bargains that we are selling our nobby Cloth? ing and Furnishings at. Our Easter sales have been very satisfactory and in ap? preciation thereof we have stuck the knife right into t e prices of our spring suit? and let them go at unheard of low prices. Fur a Special Offer. We Sell This Week a first class ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily press. — 1 May 1898

American Liner Encounters No Spanish Ships. ATEMPESTUOUS VOYAGE Th? Ocean Greyhound to Be Received by tho Naval Authorities Thi? Moru? lae Md Btr Xante Clunk? ed to "Yule." (By Telegraph.) NEW TOKK, April 3u.?The Ameri? can 'lane steamer Baris arrived this morning form Southampton, after u rough passage of seven days, seven? teen hours and forty-five minutes, rith nine saloon, forty-two cabin and ninety-eight steerage passengers. The Paris left Southampton April 11 at 2:05 P. M. After clearing the land, Cap? tain Watkins shaped his course about north and after a run of thirty miles headed for home, keeping a distance of about thirty miles from the usual course taken in previous trips. Cap? tain "Watkins had no fear that a Span? ish war vessel would catch his lleety steamer after she got sea room, but it was thought possible that some craft of the enemy might be lurking in the vicinity of the channel, or in the neighborhood of the Irish coast to waylay the American craft. At night ev...

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