Report in New York of Sale in London of Keying 1853 (continued)

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Report in New York of Sale in London of Keying 1853 (continued) - It may be in the recollection of your readers,...
It may be in the recollection of your readers, that this vessel put into New-York New-York New-York on her royage from Hong Kong to England j being the first Chinese ship that had ever touched the shores of America or England. She was then commanded by Capt. Kel-LETt, Kel-LETt, Kel-LETt, and was manned by a crew of English and Chinese sailors. The sale of the properties and tenant's fixtures, which I mentioned in my last as having commenced at Her Majesty's theatre," was suddenly stopped on Tuesday morning, in consequence of the remaining portion of the property having been purchased in one lot, by some purchaser whose name did not then transpire. This ' morning, however, it became

Clipped from The New York Times11 Apr 1853, MonPage 2

The New York Times (New York, New York)11 Apr 1853, MonPage 2
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