It was the only SI story Shrake ever wrote that the magazine would not print and Laguerre was embarrassed.
General Laguerre is coming from Nicaragua to assist Garcia with his foreign legion of 200 men.
His portrait, by Laguerre, was the sign of a public-house in Clare Market.
In nearly every work of Verrio's after this date, it is probable that Laguerre had a hand.
Laguerre was at Bluefields, but couldn't get into the game for lack of a boat.
Laguerre came to the door of the warehouse, and smiled at me.
Is that because General Laguerre seized one of their steamers?
One was the fact that Laguerre did not shoot anybody against the barrack wall, nor levy forced "loans" upon the foreign merchants.
Laguerre told me that Garcia was a second Bolivar and Washington.
I went to the cellar and dug it up and turned it over to Laguerre.