Dictionary of Berlin

Full text: Brasch & Rothenstein's Guide of Berlin

blishment which will more especially appeal to the prefe 
rence of travellers, the great confectionary of Mr. Th. Schiitze 
No. 62Friedrichstrasse on the corner of Kronenstrasse. It is one 
of the very best places for travellers to obtain fine confec 
tionary in tasteful cases and boxes. Mr. Schutze’s chocolates 
and confectionaries of the choicest variety and of every 
possible kind for the use of travellers and tourists. Strangers 
will always find in the store of Mr. Schiitze genuine China 
tea, pure liquor, rum, cognac and all kinds of preserves. 
H. v. Hdvell, 13 Unter den Linden; see advertisements. 
L. Fassbender, 25 Schiitzen-Strasse; see advertisements. 
Consuls. All of the great foreign powers are repre 
sented by consuls or consuls-general in Berlin, and many of 
the minor governments by consular agents. The adresses of 
the American and English Consuls-General will be found 
below, under the names of the governments by which they 
are accredited. Foreigners visiting Berlin are entitled to the 
advice and protection of the ministers or consuls of their 
government in the city, and those who have none located 
here will usually be well treated by the consul of some go 
vernment adjacent and friendly to their own. 
American Consul General: Fred. Raine, Leipziger 
Platz 15- 
Great Britain & Ireland.-. Gerson von Bleichroeder, 
Baron and Senior member of the great banking firm 
of S. Bleichroeder, Consul General., 63 Behrenstrasse. 
Vice Consul: Hans von Bleichroeder, same address. 
Corals. The house ofMr.LuigiCasalta,Passage40,patro 
nized by the Court was founded in 1851 at Naples where Mr. 
Casalta has his own Atelier and Coral-fishery. The largest 
and most elegant assortment of Coral ornaments are always 
kept in supply and novelties are constantly being made. As 
Mr. Casalta is himself manufacturer with a wide experience 
in his department, articles are sold at regular factory prices 
and a long line of medals awarded at different world exhi 
bitions in Paris, Melbourne, London, Edinburgh, Milan,
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