Akassa, a seaport of Southern Nigeria, on a small island nearly opposite the chief mouth of the Niger.
One of these gentlemen, Choricius by name, had a seaport to describe.
In seaport towns, where the people depend on the water for their living, the celebration has much pomp and elaborateness.
And the meeting also voted to send these resolves to every seaport in the colonies and to England.
Susy Lizzie, by this time in a state of extreme excitement and perfect good temper, set to work again at the seaport messages.
To soothe them with the news of the cession of the seaport strip was his hope.
Stations have been maintained at each of the principal lake, seaport, and river cities.
Jeddah, the seaport of Mecca, with its bright minarets, is to be seen in the distance.
But the seaport trade had been sadly interfered with by the rumors and apprehensions of war.
At what seaport would our vessels land in the British Isles?