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WIPED OUT BY FIRE.
The Town of Fort de France, in the Island of Martinique, Destroyed. SEVENTEEN HUNDRED BUILDINGS' BURNED. Over Five Thousand People Without Homes and Food. MANY PERSONS SUPPOSED TO HAVE PERISHED IN THE FLAMES. The Charred Bodies of Twelve Victims Taken From the Ruins. DYNAMITE EMPLOYED TO AREEST THE PROGRESS OF THE FIRE. Whole Blocks of Buildings Leveled by Terrific Explosious, THE FALLING WALLS KILLING SOME AND WOUNDING OTHERS.
Detroit Free Press (1858-1922) - Detroit, Mich.
Date: Jul 11, 1890
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concerning the destruction of the Town of Fort de France, in the French of Martinique, have just reached here. immediately after the catastrophe Gov. Casse, of Martinque, sent an appeal for assistance the Governor of Trinidad, Sir William Robinson. him that three-quarters of the town had...

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