Guayama trade crop report July 1852

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Guayama trade crop report July 1852 - Later from the West Indies. The bark Brothers,...
Later from the West Indies. The bark Brothers, which arrived at New Haven, Ct, on the 18tb inst, in ten days from Guayaraa. reports that th crops at Guayama and throughout the island were done for the season. Produce was high and scarce. Coffee was selling at $12 the cwt s igar fnm $3 50 to $4 25 the cwt, and molasses it $13 per 100 gallons. Heavy rains had set in throughout the eastern part of the island

Clipped from The Times-Picayune24 Jul 1852, Sat[First Edition]Page 2

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)24 Jul 1852, Sat[First Edition]Page 2
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