Excerpt from Florida and Texas: A Series of Letters Comparing the Soil, Climate, and Productions of These States, Setting Forth Many Advantages That East and South Florida Offers to Emigrants
As a great deal of delusion pre vails, both North and South, re specting the relative advantages which Florida and Texas present to the emigrant, and as a long resi dence in each of these States has enabled me to derive correct infer mation on this subject, I propose communicating through your wide ly circulated journal, in a series of brief articles, such facts as I think may be useful to those who desire to emigrate to either of those coun tries. I As the first consideration with every emigrant should be the char acter of the climate in which he in tends to make a permanent resi deuce, I shall commence by dis cussing first, the climate of Florida and that of Texas.
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