The Merchants' and Tourists' Guide to Mexico, Band 1

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Althrop publishing house, 1883 - 182 Seiten
 

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Seite 138 - It is bounded on the north by the United States, on the east by the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, on the south by British Honduras and Guatemala, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean.
Seite 160 - I, the undersigned, do solemnly and truly declare that I am the Seller & Skipper of the merchandise in the within invoice mentioned and described; that the said invoice is, in all respects, correct and true, and was made at...
Seite 160 - ... from the one now produced has been or will be furnished to any one. I further declare that it is intended to make entry of said goods, wares, and merchandise at the port of , in the United States of America.
Seite 21 - Michoacan, Morelos, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco...
Seite 19 - Its elevation above the sea is 2,283 metres, which gives a climate of remarkable uniformity, the range of the thermometer being from 50° to 70° Fahr. The longest day is 13 hours and 10 minutes, and the shortest 10 hours and 15 minutes.
Seite 148 - ... one inhabitant for each two hundred hectares of its extension, so that the land may be inhabited at least to that extent for four months in one year. fourth. — The responsibilities of the acquisition of real estate by foreigners in the Republic of Mexico are : A. — The obligation to subject themselves to the laws in force or which may be enacted respecting the holding, transfer, use and improvement of property, and submission to the judgments of the Mexican tribunals in everything relating...
Seite 147 - The exceptions to this rule are : A. — That to acquire land situated twenty leagues or less from any frontier of the Republic a foreigner must obtain the permission of the President. B. — No foreigner can acquire real estate situated within five leagues or less of the coast line of the Republic, not even with the President's permission, unless by a special law. C. — No foreigner, born or naturalized in a country bordering on the Republic, can acquire public lands by "denouncement," when said...
Seite 80 - The State is bounded on the north by the State of Guanajuato; on the northeast by the State of Queretaro: on the east by the State of Mexico ; on the south by the State of Guerrero and the Pacific Ocean ; on the west by the States of Colima and Jalisco. Its area is 58,694 square kilometers (22,656 square miles).
Seite 3 - Mexico is situated between 14° 30' 42* and 32° 42' north latitude, and between 86° 46' 8' and 117° 7' 31* 89 longitude west of the meridian of Greenwich, embracing therefore 18° n' 18* of latitude and 30° 21' 23' 89 of longitude. It has an area of 767,326 square miles. It is bounded on the north by the United States of America, on the southeast by Guatemala and Belize, on the south and west by the Pacific Ocean, and on the north and east by the Gulf of Mexico and the Carribean Sea.
Seite 147 - Mexico may acquire all kind of landed property, including mines of every description, by the same titles that the civil law establishes for Mexican citizens. Second. — The exceptions to this rule are : A. — That to acquire land situated twenty leagues or less from any frontier of the Republic a foreigner must obtain the permission of the President. B. — No foreigner can acquire real estate situated within five leagues...

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