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LETTER I. BALTIMORE TO CHICAGO.
Anecdote of a preacher Monopoly of seats in the cars Detention in
the night Mountain scenery on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Voting in the cars Railroad refreshments Political excitement
The Virginian and the Fremonters A walk in Columbus Indianapolis
Lafayette Michigan City Chicago
LETTER II. CHICAGO TO ST.