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The Brazilian Government Subsidizes an American Mail Line.
The Washington Post (1877-1922) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Dec 6, 1877
Start Page: 3
Pages: 1

From the New York Tribune. It has long been the wish of the Brazilian Government that the direct mail service between this country and Brazil should be restored and should be performed in American steamers. Since the withdrawal of the old American line, two years ago, the mails have been carried one way, that is, from the ports of the Empire to the United States, by an English company.

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