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Fernandina, Fla. April 3d, 1868. The holders of the FREELAND BONDS of the Florida Railroad Company are hereby notified to present their Bonds and Coupons at our Office, in the city of Fernan- dina, on the first day of June next, when we will be prepared to apportion the Trust Lands, pro-rata, among those who have signified their intention of accepting the Reso- lutions and Agreement entered into at Bond-holder's meeting on the 12th day of June last. For the purpose of providing for the State and County Taxes on said lands, (now past due) and the accrued expenses due to Messrs. Soutter and McRae, Trustees, it is necessary that each Bond-holder pay into our hands, before receiving their apportionment of land, the sum of one-half of one per cent on the amounts re- spectively represent by them. Saml. A. Swann, Henry E. Dotterer, Agents for Bond-holders.
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Florida Railroad Company. Circular letter to Florida Railroad Company bondholders, 1868. 1868. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/212429>, accessed 3 August 2021.
Florida Railroad Company. Circular letter to Florida Railroad Company bondholders, 1868. 1868. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 3 Aug. 2021.<https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/212429>.
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