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Uncle Sam And His Country Or Sketches of America in 1854 55 56

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We again embarked on a steamer, proceeding west ward, and after traversing about 140 miles, reached the city of TORONTO, which lies on the northern shore, near the western extremity of Lake Ontario. We had very agreeable company on board, including some good singers, and a young lady who performed well on the pianoforte, accompanying the rest, and occasionally giving us specimens of her own vocal powers. Henry Russell s songs seemed most in request, such as " To the West, to the West/ "Cheer, B...oys, Cheer, " "All 11 106 UNCLE SAM AND HIS COUNTRY.
folks are Gone, " and many others. After a voyage of about sixteen hours, we entered the deep, circular bay of Toronto, and again disembarked, to proceed still further westward in another steamer. Toronto is on the whole a handsome town, regularly laid out in spacious streets, lined with houses, now chiefly of stone. The principal public buildings (none of them very remarkable) are the Government, the Parliament, and Court-houses, Bank, Lunatic Asylum, College, Cathedral Church, &c.


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