The Place of Council - Its progress and its people - English hearts -
"Sebastopol is taken" - Squibs and crackers - A ship
On her beam-ends -
Selfishness - A mongrel city - A Scot - Constancy rewarded - Monetary
difficulties - Detention on a bridge - A Canadian homestead - Life in the
clearings - The bush on fire - A word on farming - The "bee" and its produce
- Eccentricities of Mr. Haldimands - A ride on a troop-horse - Scotch
patriotism - An English church - The servant nuisance - Richard Cobden.
"I've seen nothing" - A disappointment - Incongruities - Hotel gaieties and
"doing Niagara" - Irish drosky-drivers - "The Hell of Waters" - Beauties of
Niagara - The picnic party - The white canoe - A cold shower-bath - "The
Thunder of Waters" - A magic word - "The Whirlpool" - Story of "Bloody Run" -
Yankee opinions of English ladies - A metamorphosis - The nigger guide - A
terrible situation - Termination Rock - Impressions of Niagara - Juvenile
precocity - A midnight journey - Street adventures in Hamilton.
A scene at starting - That dear little Harry - The old lady and the race
- Running the Rapids - An aside - Snow and discomfort - A new country - An
extemporised ball - Adventure with a madman - Shooting the cataract -
First appearance of Montreal - Its characteristics - Quebec in a fog -
"Muffins" - Quebec gaieties - The pestilence - Restlessness - St. Louis and
St. Roch - The shady side - Dark dens - External characteristics - Lord
Elgin - Mistaking a senator.
The House of Commons - Canadian gallantry - The constitution - Mr. Hincks -
The ex-rebel - Parties and leaders - A street row - Repeated disappointments
- The "habitans" - Their houses and their virtues - A stationary people -
Progress and its effects - Montmorenci - The natural staircase - The Indian
summer - Lorette - The old people - Beauties of Quebec - The _John Munn_ - Fear
and its consequences - A gloomy journey.
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