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From the Preface: 'These notes were written in Upper Canada, but it will be seen they have little reference to the politics or statistics of that unhappy and mismanaged, but most magnificent country. . . . Upper Canada appeared to me loyal in spirit, but resentful and repining under the sense of injury, and suffering from the totsl sbsence of all sympathy on the part of the English government with the condition, the wants, the feelings, the capabilities of the people and country.
Title: Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in Canada (in two volumes).
Publisher: New York, Wiley and Putnam,: 1839
Binding: Original blue pressed cloth with new spine; gold
Condition: Sl. worn, spines expertly rebound, Foxing throughout; endpapers darkened
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Inventory Number: 1104