Guayama fire May 1832

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Guayama fire May 1832 - DESTRUCTION OF GUAYAMA. We (earn from Mr....
DESTRUCTION OF GUAYAMA. We (earn from Mr. Joseph Sterett, supercargo of the brig Brazen, arrived ft this port yesterday from Ponce," Por to Rico, that the town of Guayama, in that island, was entirely consumed by Are about the 11th of April. The light was distinctly, seen at Ponce. Letters detailing the event were received at the later place which stated that the wire houses on the beach were uninjured. The brig Pedlar had sailed from Ponce with a cargo of lumber for the relief of the sufferers, '-t-- '-t-- '-t-- '-t-- '-t-- -y---rv- -y---rv- -y---rv- -y---rv- -y---rv- -y---rv- -y---rv- --;r --;r --;r

Clipped from The Cape-Fear Recorder16 May 1832, WedPage 3

The Cape-Fear Recorder (Wilmington, North Carolina)16 May 1832, WedPage 3
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