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AND HOW WE CAME TO GET THEM. THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE has printed in magazine form, 113 pages,
with maps and portraits, a valuable document entitled “Our New Possessions," which contains information of great popular importance, obtained from authoritative sources, concerning the history, trade, resources, soil, products and general commercial and political value of the rich and widely distributed empire which has lately been added to American domain. The work covers the Philippines, Porto Rico, Hawaii, Guam Island and Wake Island, all now American soil; and, in addition, Cuba, many of whose leading inhabitants favor annexation to the United States. Maps are given of each one of the new possessions and of trade routes in the Pacific Ocean. The text of the Treaty of Peace, and an account of the negotiations by which it was effected, are printed in the work; and, supplementing this, a number of explanatory speeches on the Treaty by Senators Davis, Frye and Gray, Whitelaw Reid, St. Clair McKelway and Dr. R. S. MacArthur. Short biographies of the Peace Commissioners, with their portraits, complete the work.
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The Illustrated Supplement of 20 pages, every Sunday, is a handsome and entertaining production. No 10-cent monthly magazine has a greater variety of contents or a greater number of beautiful pictures.
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