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The Schooner Adelaide

The Illustrated London News, vol. 40, no. 1138, p. 333.

April 5, 1862

The schooner Adelaide arrived in Liverpool on Tuesday from Charleston, having successfully run the blockade. She got away on the 3rd of March, and has brought a cargo consisting chiefly of cotton and resin.

At a recent election in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Mrs. Nancy Smith, Democratic, was elected Mayor by a majority of 21 over the Republican male candidate for that office.

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