The Oriental Republic of Uruguay at the World's Columbian Exhibition, Chicago, 1893
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The Oriental Republic of Uruguay at the World's Columbian Exhibition, Chicago, 1893

By Carlos Maria de Pena, Honore Roustan
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Table of Contents
  • THE ORIENTAL REPUBLIC OF URUGUAY
  • CARLOS MARIA DE PENA
  • NOTICE.
  • THE ORIENTAL REPUBLIC OF URUGUAY.
    • Discovery—Situation—Limits—Configuration—Perimeter—Superficies.
    • Aspect—Climate—Meteorology.
    • Rivers—Rivulets—Ports—Docks—Dry Docks.
    • Minerals.
    • Vegetation.
    • Animals.
    • Division of the Territory—Situation of the Departments—Centre of Population.
    • Political Organization.
    • Language and Customs.
    • Population—Its Density.
    • Movement of the Population.
    • Movement of Passengers.
    • Immigration.
    • Immigratory Movement in the Port of Montevideo from 1867 to 1891.
    • Wages.
    • Territorial Property.
    • Transfer of Property.
    • Mortgages.
    • How Easily One Becomes a Land Owner.
    • Value of the Land.
    • Agriculture.
    • Agricultural Centres.
    • The Grape-Vine in the Republic.
    • Uruguay Rural Association.
    • Cattle.
    • Slaughter in the Saladeros.
    • Trade and Commerce.
    • Commerce Between the Oriental Republic of Uruguay and the United States of America.
    • Money.
    • Navigation.
    • Goods.
    • Lighthouses.
    • Lazaretto.
    • Interior Commerce.
    • Trade-Houses, Industries, Professions.
    • Banks, Anonymous Societies.
    • Commerce Halls.
    • Means of Communication and Conveyance.
    • Railways.
    • River Steamers.
    • Stage Coaches.
    • Tramways.
    • Telegraph.
    • Navigation Companies.
    • Telephone.
    • Postage.
    • Carriages, Coaches, Etc.
    • Public Education.
    • University.
    • Public Schools.
    • Private Schools.
    • Normal Girl School.
    • Art and Professional School.
    • Military School.
    • Religious Schools.
    • Educational Patriotic League.
    • National Library.
    • National Museum.
    • Newspapers.
    • Societies.
    • Worship and Churches.
    • Public Revenue.
    • Custom Duties.
    • Licenses, Stamped Paper, Stamps.
    • Public Debt.
    • Budget of Expenditure.[1]
    • Weights and Measures.
    • Official Value of Gold Coins.
    • Police.
    • Army.
    • Navy.
    • Montevideo, the Capital of the Republic.
    • Public Beneficence.
    • Powers of the State.
    • Ministers of the Republic Abroad.
    • Consuls of the Republic.
    • Foreign Ministers in the Republic.
    • Foreign Consuls in the Republic.
    • Custom-House.
    • Laws.
    • Law on Specific Duties.
    • New Laws on Specific Duties.
    • Exports.
    • Law on Immigration.
    • Historical Sketch.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • Transcriber's note:
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