Col. Kinney - Nicaragua Expedition

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Col. Kinney - Nicaragua Expedition - a a at of fillibuater-ing occ, Mara af Cat....
a a at of fillibuater-ing occ, Mara af Cat. Ktnaeya flea Salteg Where ta ike District Atteraey t Another instalment of emigrants, whom Mr. McKbon prevented from sailing with Col. Kinnbt, left thia port yesterday for San Juan in the brig Ocaea Bud. Among the shipments of tbe Kinney Colon laatton Company by thia vessel was a superior printing press, and a large variety of type. paper, 4tc, for the establishment of a newapaper at San Juan de Nicaragua, and for job printing They also took out several trunks of books, with which to commence a public library. Among the passengers were Col. Yoono, late of Corpus Christi, Texas, and Mrs. Lbwellvn, late editor of the American SentintL The Colonel is a practical printer, and we presume he will conduct she new journal. A party of friends aad aympsthixere accompanied the expedition. In addition to tbe articles mentioned above, were packages of gardea seeds cereal grains, A,c forwarded through Mr. Fabkns, from tbe Patent Office at Washington, with a letter from the Commissioner of Patenta, requesting a report about them from Nicaragua. These shipments, though made by stealth, and under the ban of Mr. District Attorney McKbon, contrast etranpely with tbe shipments ef cannon and troops made lately by the Transit Company's steamers, undei the special protection of the American flag. Evening Pttt. e E

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 07 Aug 1855, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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