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Contrasts with Home-Despotism-In Favor of Annexation-Key to the Gulf-Decline of Spain -Unnecessary Revolution-Cuba a Huge Sepulchre-Operation of the Gulf Stream-Architecture-Creole Ladies Shopping.
Publication:Boston Daily Globe (1872-1922) - Boston, Mass.
Author:OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT
Date:Mar 4, 1872
 Abstract (Document Summary)

1 hasten to Send yon a brief letter in season for your enrliest issue, in fulfilment of my promise to that effect. As the telegraph would antieipate anything in the form of current news, I shall only send the result of my individual observations. The first impression of the traveller on landing...

  

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