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An example of the last issue of the Spanish Administration, used from Santiago de Cuba. The letter was forwarded to Havana to be placed on board the New York steamer, and was received at Havana on January 31, 1898.

It was backstamped at New York on February 2, 1898.

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Tome I, p.79: Santiago de Cuba to New York. January, 1898.

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