Immigration

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Immigration - yoetor- toot among interest* the third mil on...
yoetor- toot among interest* the third mil on in run could would, addition, with our msnagro- its ex- move tho City. I* con- naw Board bo Mr. Kaidbo occasion paid doubled question, there fa bo no afErni- dld'jiot tht* Immlyrk^Ioit AVorlc lit Europe. A letter received 'from Dr. "\V. G: Slingsbury, dated London, October SS t says: ." Inasmuch AS tlio ruilrpadfi -of Texas havo been often charged with doing Jittle or nothing support of immigration, I wish to lot your readers Jcnow what one at' least bos c3on'o toward getting tho 6SO imuiigrante by tho America. As the agent of the Suiuut route and by orders, I to Brotuon in thu mouth of April last -and a special contract for tho sailing of this ship direct to Galverton, instead of New Orleans (fearing the yellow f ever), providing I could got 5CO pass^gors. To gtt tho passengei-M, I placed in the hands of nil the liceadd immigration immigration n^nte throughout Gctrmany a pmpiilot descriptive of Toxu, each booJc/abo containing a complotB map of the Unitecl States, I printed printed botli ac Hamburg, and . distributed -from ·that place 30,000 copies during tha zuontha 'of April and Kay), and. sinc« that timo 15.000 more. . During fche montli of H»y I also printed a -pamphlet of seventy pagetr at Stockholm and distributed thorn throughout Sweden, Norway Norway and Finland. I alio, in th» «amo .month, printed. · another iu Copenbaptn {all with maps) and distributed them throughout Denmark. I have , made three protracted visit* to th« Continent t great expenw. This sune road has. also «upport*d an erpensive agency in. Switzerland from Hay to August, and we are «tdU aiding- local societiw thoi*. I mar ako state that I saw maps circulars of th« T«xas Cwitral in almost every town 'that I visited in Germany, and I think only reasonable .to suppose that aU this may hava had some little mnuoncoon tho matter. I am still Biubing for German, boslnesftaud being rewarded^ 000 sailod to-day. . Last Saturday the Englisii steamer of tLa Domlniou line *pH*d, with eighty-ty6 steerage and five iutho and a week from to-dar the Bt: Louis. same liflo, will soil, with from. 300 to- 350, and they are fOin£ byway.ot New York daily. Two gentlemen.' are '.booked to sail on the 20tt instwit, who -will take gome $30,000 with them. This Siaiset road i* doiixK all in iti power,, re- gordloss of expense, and if tho 'Citizeus of Tvxa* will lend a helping hand br attehtloos and en tlte ; new arrival*, i£rang«rs at your and Bettring thorn to Vrit* good lettan , wo shalljmakc it a granil suco«as." ; excurilon to New Orleoni and retorn. Houston; T. cxrs "I as K.Y, " think politics could right flying is an yo " ou -I "Do him, 3 * " " * 4 * more . . " th « A , 'They TbeT ihxid jud^e the The

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 11 Nov 1880, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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