The British Association's Visit To Montreal, 1884: Letters, By Clara Rayleigh
















































































































































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_Tuesday, 18th, eight o'clock p.m._ - I hear we shall get to
Queenstown to-morrow morning, about ten o'clock. I - Page 140
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_Tuesday, 18th, Eight O'clock P.M._ - I Hear We Shall Get To Queenstown To-Morrow Morning, About Ten O'clock.

I have a game of whist coming on, and there is to be an American concert, "Star Spangled Banner," and all.

Miss Puleston, who I have chaperoned in the _Oregon_ from New York, is to be left at Queenstown.

_Wednesday, 19th, Queenstown._ - The coast has been so pretty, and, of course, quite smooth, compared to what we have been accustomed to of late. I got up early, and saw all the sacks of letters, six hundred, from all parts of the world, carried on men's backs to the tugs on either side of the _Oregon_, and we parted with Miss Puleston and some others, and now I must stop as this is going to be posted. We expect to be at Liverpool some time to-night, and shall leave at once for Ampton, where I look forward to seeing so many of my dear ones. Dick and I agree that our happiest days have been the day we reached Quebec, and the day we left New York, both glorious in weather and scenery!

_Given by Mr. AUGUSTUS CHUR, American, of New York, of German descent, November 18th, 1884, on "Oregon"_

My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty, Of thee I sing, Land where my Fathers died. Land of the Pilgrims' pride, From every mountain side Let Freedom ring.

My native country thee, Land of the noble free, Thy name I love, I love thy rocks and rills, Thy woods and templed hills, My heart with rapture thrills Like that above

Our Father, GOD, to Thee, Author of Liberty, Thy name we sing. Long may our land be bright With Freedom's holy light, Protect us by Thy might Great God our King

_November 19th._ - I posted my letter to you at Queenstown.

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