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[Mr. G.R. Haywood]

The Illustrated London News, vol.39, no. 1111, p. 340.

October 5,1861

Mr. G.R. Haywood, secretary to the Cotton Supply Association, has addressed a letter to the Viceroy of Egypt, pointing out to him the resources of the country for the cultivation of cotton, and urging him to introduce improved methods of agriculture.

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