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From Yesterday Afternoon's Edition.
Arrival of the Baltic--Advance in Breadstuffs--Late Arrival from California--U. S. Mail refused to Crescent City.
|Publication:||Chicago Daily Tribune (1847-1858)
- Chicago, Ill.
|Date:||Dec 3, 1852
| Abstract (Document Summary)|
The managers of the United States Mail Steamship Company, better known as the Law line, evidently determined to fulfil their part of the contract with the government by performing their trips regularly, yesterday afternoon despatched the Cherokee for Havana and New Orleans in place of the Crescent City which was compelled to lay by for repairs.
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