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[*] posted on 8-3-2016 at 04:55 PM
Serbske Nowiny: 1881


5 Mar, p. 87: Do Texasa. Tanslated from Upper Sorbian by Gerald Stone.

To Texas at a greatly reduced price.

Mr L. Fries, a German by birth, who for 10 years has been an owner and general agent for Europe of the Texas and Pacific Railway Company, intends on 26 March 1881 to convey again with the steamship “St Louis” a colony of German emigrants directly to Texas and to provide for them there. The fare, by agreement made between the Texas and Pacific Railway Company and the relevant ship and railways companies, is greatly reduced. All emigrants who want to move to Texas are thereby offered the best opportunity of joining the colony on the most favorable conditions. – The necessary inquiries as to the landscape, climate and other circumstances in Texas will be answered promptly and frankly to any address by the undersigned general agent of the Texas and Pacific Railway Company.
L. Fries
11 Kent Square, Liverpool (England).

More detailed information about departure and arrival may be obtained from Messrs. J, Hartmann and Co., 15 Quai Jourdeans, Antwerp and Messrs. Falck and Co., Admiralitätstrasse 38, Hamburg.

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