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Henry Murray
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 564 pages of information about Lands of the Slave and the Free.

CHAPTER XIX.

A Trip to the Uttawa.

FROM QUEBEC TO TORONTO.

Mr. Hincks—­Mr. Drummond—­MONTREAL
Up the OTTAWAY to LACHINE, ST. ANNE’S to BYTOWN and AYLMER
The CHATS FALLS
Canadian Highlanders
Conflagration, Rafts, Lumberers, and Teetotallers
The Struggle, the Goal, and the Return
AYLMER Prosperity
BYTOWN.  Scenery and Advantages
Slides for Lumber—­Mr. Mackay
Object of Councillor’s Visit
Drive across Country
PRESCOTT and OGDENSBURG
KINGSTON
LAKE ONTARIO and a Nice Bed
TORONTO

CHAPTER XX.

Colonial Education and Prosperity.

AT TORONTO.

TORONTO.  Population, Prosperity and Buildings
The Normal School
Education generally Canadian Prospects and Prosperity

CHAPTER XXI.

A Cataract and a Celebration.

FROM TORONTO TO NEW YORK.

Embark in Steamer
QUEENSTOWN & LEWISTOWN
A Drive, a Bait, and a Lesson
NIAGARA and Moonlight
BATAVIA, GENESEO, and 4th July
Hawking Carriages—­ROCHESTER
ALBANY—­Hands and Sandwiches
Dropped outside—­NEW YORK

CHAPTER XXII.

Education, Civil and Military.

NEW YORK AND WEST POINT.

Free Academy
WEST POINT.  Military Academy
Anecdote, &c. 
NEW YORK

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Here travelling ceases, and the remaining Chapters are devoted to the discussion of subjects which I trust may interest the reader.

CHAPTER XXIII.

Watery Highways and Metallic Intercourse.

Area of Lakes, and Tonnage thereon
Mississippi—­Produce borne and destroyed
Mr. Douglas and Custom Houses
A Great Party Doctrine
Erie Canal—­Barn-burners and Hunkers
Railways—­United States and England
Telegraph
Systems of Telegraph

CHAPTER XXIV.

America’s Press and England’s Censor.

Issues of the Press
Wonderful Statistics
Character of the Press
Great Britain’s Press
Low Literature of America
Barefaced Robbery—­Northwood Specimen
English Items Specimen
The Author of English Items
SUBJECTS EXTRACTED:—­
  Relations with England
  Sixpenny Miracles
  Army Commissions—­English Writers
  American Spitting
  Holy Places
  English Friends
  Original Sin
  English Manners
  English Church and Heraldry
  Devotion to Dinner
  Conclusion
Subsequent Career of Mr. Ward—­The Offence—­The Scene and the Death
Acquittal and Effects

CHAPTER XXV.

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