This vintage includes the subsequent chapters:
Historical Resume of Nicaragua
Life of William Walker—His start and Education—Arrival in California—His Versatility—Visit to Guaymas—The decrease California and Sonora Expedition—Proclamation of the Republic—Address to the folk of the U. S.— conflict of los angeles Paz—Bailing of the Anita—Passage of the Colorado on Rafts—Terrible Sufferings—Return to San Diego—Surrender and Arrival at San Francisco—List of Killed and Wounded—Excitement on His Arrival.
Origin of the Nicaraguan Expedition—Negotiations With Castellon—Difficulties in San Francisco—Grand Coup de Main—Sailing of the Brig Vesta—Cause of the Castellon and Chamorro Revolution—Progress of Walker and His Companions—Arrival at Realejo—Departure for El Jigante—Battle of Rivas—Political Affairs—Occupation of San Juan Del Sur—Battle of Virgin Bay—The Cholera—Death of Castellon—Taking of Granada—The New Government—The San Carlos and Virgin Bay Massacres—Col. Wheeler’s acceptance— Execution of Mayorga—The Treaty.
Recruiting in California—Extraordinary Scenes in Ban Francisco Harbor—New York Recruiting—Granada—Execution of Patrick Jordan—Trial and Execution of Don Pongiaxo Corral—Kinney’s program to common Walker —List of the Army—Col. French as Nicaraguan Minister at Washington—The Marcy and French Correspondence— “The Northern gentle Difficulties”—Recall of French and Dismissal of Wheeler—List of the yankee officials in Nicaragua.
Gen. Walker and the Nicaraguans—Condition of the Republic—Efforts to urge Emigration—Liberal Decrees —Agricultural and Mineral Resources—Gold Mines— Description of Scenery—Future customers of Nicaragua —Early background of the “Bay of Islands”—The Clayton and Bulwer Treaty—British Aggressions—Origin of British Pretensions to the Mosquito Coast—Destruction of Greytown and occasions hooked up Therewith—The Kinney Expedition—Its upward push, growth, and Decline—The New “Anglo-Spanish Republic”—Policy of the U. S. Government—The Monroe Doctrine.
Nicaraguan international Relations—Attempts at pleasant kinfolk With adjacent Republics—Fatal coverage of the USA Administration—Declaration of struggle With Costa Riga—The Intercepted British Correspondence—Battle of Santa Rosa—Treachery of Colonel Schlessinger—The Retreat—Inhuman Butchery of Prisoners—Trial and Desertion of Colonel Schlessinger—Second bloodbath at Virgin Bay—Invasion of the Costa Ricans—Second conflict of Rivas—Incidents of the Fight—List of Killed and Wounded —President Mora’s Inhuman Proclamation—Position of the relevant American States.
Appointment of Padre Augustin Vigil to the us Embassy—His Letter to Mr. Maroy—-Its Effects—Public Opinion on the subject of the american citizens in Nicaragua—“Filibusters”—Personal visual appeal and personality of common William Walker—The Nicaragua Transit Company—Its beginning and Progress—Failure of the Speculators to fulfill Their Engagements—Wall highway Shrewdness Vs. “The Gray-Eyed Man”—Seizure of the Property—Mr. Vanderbilt’s Position—Detention of the Orizaba by means of the British Fleet.
Change of Public Opinion within the United States—Letters From special Men—Grand Mass conferences in New York—Excitement in the course of the Country—Object of the Costa Rican Invasion of Nicaragua—The Transit path Again—More British Intrigue—The Cholera one of the Invaders—General Walker’s Position—Moral result of the conflict of Rivas—General Walker’s Letter to Hon. John B. Weller—Affairs in Nicaragua After the Flight of the Costa Ricans—Presidential Election—Sentence of Col. Schlessinger—Expedition to Chontales—Concluding Remarks.