First experiences of American freedom - The "striped pig" and "Dusty Ben"
- A country mouse - What the cars are like - Beauties of New England - The
land of apples - A Mammoth hotel - The rusty inkstand exiled - Eloquent eyes
- Alone in a crowd.
A suspected bill - A friend in need - All aboard for the Western cars -
The wings of the wind - American politeness - A loquacious conductor -
Three minutes for refreshments - A conversation on politics - A
confession - The emigrant car - Beauties of the woods - A forest on fire -
Dangers of the cars - The Queen City of the West.
The Queen City continued - Its beauties - Its inhabitants, human and
equine - An American church - Where chairs and bedsteads come from - Pigs
and pork - A peep into Kentucky - Popular opinions respecting slavery -
The curse of America.
The hickory stick - Chawing up ruins - A forest scene - A curious questioner
- Hard and soft shells - Dangers of a ferry - The western prairies -
Nocturnal detention - The Wild West and the Father of Rivers - Breakfast in
a shed - What is an alligator? - Physiognomy, and its uses - The ladies'
parlour - A Chicago hotel, its inmates and its horrors - A water-drinking
people - The Prairie City - Progress of the West.
A vexatious incident - John Bull enraged - Woman's rights - Alligators
become hosses - A popular host - Military display - A mirth-provoking gun
- Grave reminiscences - Attractions of the fair - Past and present - A
floating palace - Black companions - A black baby - Externals of Buffalo -
The flag of England.
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