the former name of Colón

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Contemporary Examples of aspinwall

  • His installation adorned the façade of Aspinwall House, an old colonial warehouse used by Scottish and British Empire traders.

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    Robert Montgomery’s Words of Wisdom

    Amelia Martyn-Hemphill

    September 12, 2013

Historical Examples of aspinwall

  • Aspinwall or Colon, on the Atlantic side, has no true port whatever.

    Greater Britain

    Charles Wentworth Dilke

  • On the ninth day we reach Aspinwall in the Republic of Granada.

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    Charles Farrar Browne (AKA Artemus Ward)

  • Captain Aspinwall examined the supports of the derrick on deck.

    The Riverman

    Stewart Edward White

  • Captain Aspinwall picked himself up, his face red with anger.

    The Riverman

    Stewart Edward White

  • "Get a move on," he advised Captain Aspinwall of the driver.

    The Riverman

    Stewart Edward White