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From a leading exporter of precious "Philippine Mahogany", the Philippines has become a timber deficit country where the cost of a board foot of lumber is beyond the means of an average wage eamer.
On S.nday, June 12th, 1864, the U.S. S.eamer Kearsarge was lying at anchor in the S.heldt, off Flushing, Holland.
For example, one Fourth of July, he writes from "On board the U.S. S.eamer John Rice," from Fortress Monroe to "My own dear and precious wife," informing her that the ship has been landing troops, that he feels rather seedy and low-spirited, and wishes he was at home to spend "the glorious Fourth" in her company.
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