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
















































































































































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This Company Also Offers To One Hundred And Fifty Members Of The Association A Free Special Excursion To The Rocky Mountains, By Way Of Georgian Bay, Thursday Bay, And Winnipeg, Providing That Those Places Passed During The Night On The Outward Journey Will Be Repassed During The Day On The Return.

The only thing members will have to pay for will be meals, which will be provided at a rate

Not exceeding 2s. Arrangements, moreover, will be made for trips and excursions from Toronto, across Lake Ontario to Niagara, under the direction of local committees to be formed in both places, giving to all members an opportunity of visiting the Falls. Various other excursions have been liberally arranged for by the company, so that visitors will have ample opportunity of seeing most that is worth seeing in Canada for practically nothing. The Canada Atlantic Railway has also arranged for several free excursions, while the Grand Trunk, the North Shore, the Central Vermont, and other railways in the States offer tickets to members at something like half the usual rates; thus those who proceed to New York may visit various parts of the States before proceeding northwards to Canada at extremely cheap rates. At all the Canadian cities to be visited local committees will be organized to receive the excursionists and to care for them during their stay. The circular prepared for the members gives every information as to routes, distances, fares, &c., so that they may make all their arrangements before leaving England.

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