The Texas Almanac for 1872, and Emigrant's Guide to Texas. Page: Front Cover
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l'ostage to any part of the United States, Four Cents, pay!blt r -n e,
Postage to any part of Great Britain or Ireland. Tec, ', ko-
migrant's Guide to Texas,
te Great rertilhy of the Soil, the Salubrity of the Climate. :ino the Facility with which
tn iLrmn'gir .nt may acquire Independence and even wearih : the Cheapness of the
Lands z d of i~e Necessaries cf Liie; the Profits of Cc . Sugar, and
other Sothern Staples; also of Stock-raising , t: Shce@hi sbandry:
Gealt Variety of Productions; Railroads-their rapid extension
and the consequent increased value of our lands; Law- of
the 12th Legislature; Statistics of te SState Survivor
of the Reevolution; all the Post Offices of the State-
all the Newspapers of the State: 'tatistics
of the United States ; Dscriptions cf
the Great Divisons of Texas,
&c, &c., &c.
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