Panama Rail-Road Company; Capital $1,000,000, with Liberty to Increase to $5,000,000 ...

Panama Rail-Road Company; Capital $1,000,000, with Liberty to Increase to $5,000,000 ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1849 edition. Excerpt: ...un camino de carriles de hierro. ART. 2. El privilejio que se concede a la Compania por el articulo anterior, para establecer' un camino de carriles de hierro, durara' por noventa i nueve anos, que se contaran desde que el camino sea concluido i abierto a la concurrencia publica. Attf. 3. El camino debera concluirse dentro de seis anos, que comenzaran a contarse cuatro meses despues de ha. ber sido aprobado por el Congreso de la republica el presente acto de concesion; iel hecho-.de estar concluido se The undersigned, Juan de Francisco Martin, in the name and with the commission of the Executive power of the Republic ofNew-Granada, and Ma. teo Klein, as agent apoderado and at. torney of Messrs. Juan Louis Marie Eugene Durien, chief ofa section in the Department of the Interior, at Paris; Viscount Francoi Ernest Chabrol de Chameane, proprietor; Jean Edouard Caillard, administrator of the general messageries; Alexandre de Bellegarde, lieutenant-colonel of the stall'; Jacques Courtines, civil engineer; Francois Thierry Chevalier, proprietor; Charles Veyret, merchant; Eloi Dumon, proprietor; Silvaine Jacques Joseph Joly Blazon de Sabla, merchant proprietor; Augustin Jean Salomon, merchant proprietor; the Baron Jean Henri Joseph de Lagos; William Henry Bainbridge, banker; and Sir John Campbell, VicePresident of the Oriental Steail Company, as appears by the power granted at Paris, on the 26th ofNovember, 1845, before M. Guillaum Bouclier and his colleague, which individuals have associated themselves under the title of the Panama Company, with the object ofconstructing a rail-road from the one ocean to the other, across the Isthmus of Panama; we have agreed, in order to...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236824431
  • 9781236824431