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Scrapbook E (Part I) >> [Page 12] >> The Mosquito Question. Nicaragua and the Mosquito Territory / Correspondence of the New Orleans Picayune (Two Items)

Item informationTitle: The Mosquito Question. Nicaragua and the Mosquito Territory / Correspondence of the New Orleans Picayune (Two Items)
Genre: Journalism
Publication informationVolume: E (Part I)
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      Resource Identifier: SE1_18xx_049
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      "The Mosquito Question"

      Savannah Republican, XLVII (Oct. 18, 1849) 2.

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      "Correspondence of the New Orleans Picayune.''

      ''Mr. Freaner's Correspondence.''  New Orleans Times-Picayune (Oct. 6, 1849). 2.

      To the Golden Shore: America Goes to California — 1849.  Ed. Peter Browning.  Lafayette, California: Great West Books, 1995.  365.



       
      Description ''As there is a chance that the brilliant blundering ...''

      Clipping reads: [double rule] | The Mosquito Question. | text of ''The Mosquito Question'' | [rule] | Nicaragua and the Mosquito Territory. | text of ''Nicaragua and the Mosquito Territory.'' | [rule] | [bracket] Correspondence of the New Orleans Picayune. [end bracket] | text of ''Correspondence of the New Orleans Picayune.'' 


      Notes Position: whole page, folded over.

      First item in clipping consists of brief editorial entitled "The Mosquito Question," followed by article originally published in The London Post entitled "Nicaragua and the Mosquito Territory."  

      The second item in clipping is a letter about San Francisco written by a Mr. Freaner that originally appeared in the New Orleans Times-Picayune

      Based on what remains of masthead, clipping appears to be from Charleston Mercury, though specific issue was not found.