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Form No. 1516. CABLE MESSAGE.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
INCORPORATED
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.
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TWO AMERICAN CABLES FROM NEW YORK TO GREAT BRITAIN.
CONNECTS ALSO WITH FIVE ANGO-AMERICAN AND ONE DIRECT U.S. ATLANTIC CABLES.
DIRECT CABLE COMMUNICATION WITH GERMANY AND FRANCE.
CABLE CONNECTION WITH CUBA, WEST INDIES, MEXICO AND CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA.
MESSAGES SENT TO, AND RECEIVED FROM, ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
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OFFICES IN AMERICA:
All offices (22,000) of the Western Union Telegraph Company and its Connections. 
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OFFICES IN GREAT BRITAIN: 
London: 21 Royal Exchange, E.C. | LIVERPOOL: 8 Rumford St. and Cotton Exchange. |GLASGOW: 4 Waterloo Street.
40 Mark Lane, E.C. | BRISTOL: Backhall Chambers, Baldwin Street. | "[[ditto for GLASGOW]] 29 Gordon Street.
Effingham House, Arundel Street, W.C. | BRADFORD: 10 Forster Square | LEITH: Exchange Buildings
109 Fenchurch Street, E.C. | | 
2 Northumberland Avenue, W.C. | DUNDEE: 1 Panmure Street. | MANCHESTER: 7 Royal Exchange, Bank Street.
Hay's Wharf, Tooley Street. | EDINBURGH: 50 Frederick Street. | NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE: 1 Side.
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Detroit, Mich July 18th. 1903                148
A48.Ny.M&c.GH.
London 12
Hecker,
Detroit, Mich
Mr. Whistler died yesterday, expect to sail twentyfifth.
Freer.
9:27Am. (MJ. & IW.)
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