Aspinwall



noun
the former name of Colón
Contemporary Examples

His installation adorned the façade of aspinwall House, an old colonial warehouse used by Scottish and British Empire traders.
Robert Montgomery’s Words of Wisdom Amelia Martyn-Hemphill September 11, 2013

Historical Examples

To make the aspinwall lock on schedule time is always cause for joy by the humble owner of a motorboat.
Sometub’s Cruise on the C. & O. Canal John Pryor Cowan

On the ninth day we reach aspinwall in the Republic of Granada.
The Complete Works of Artemus Ward Charles Farrar Browne (AKA Artemus Ward)

This letter Mr. aspinwall kindly enclosed to me, and I read it to the President.
Cyrus W. Field; his Life and Work Isabella Field Judson

Captain aspinwall examined the supports of the derrick on deck.
The Riverman Stewart Edward White

“Get a move on,” he advised Captain aspinwall of the driver.
The Riverman Stewart Edward White

If any survivors still live, they can tell stirring tales of the days when it was well worth a life to carry gold to aspinwall.
Prowling about Panama George A. Miller

aspinwall is on a coral island close to the shore, and is low and unhealthy.
Scenes in the Hawaiian Islands and California Mary Evarts Anderson

She was listed to sail for aspinwall at nine o’clock the next morning, and to touch at ports along the Central American coast.
Captain Macklin Richard Harding Davis

If you look on your map, you will find that aspinwall is not very far from the equator.
Scenes in the Hawaiian Islands and California Mary Evarts Anderson

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