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

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Thank God, No One Was Hurt, And As The Fire Spread Rapidly, And The Cold Was Very Great, There Was Great Cause For Thankfulness.

Everyone worked well and showed presence of mind, with one or two exceptions, and Clara and Jack were calm and active throughout, but it was a dreadful blow and I felt quite _knocked down_, and did not recover for some time.

On _Wednesday, 21st January_, I accompanied Clara and Arthur, and Miss MacCormack to Barton, where Jack joined us from Ampton.

On _Thursday_ we drove over there, and I had the melancholy satisfaction of seeing the ruins, and trying to find something for Rosa, who had lost everything; alas! without success.

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