London : Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy ..., 1820.; 122 pages, 119 with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||English farmer settled in Upper Canada.|
A few plain directions for persons intending to proceed as settlers to His Majesty's province of Upper Canada, in North America : pointing out the best port to embark at for Quebec.--Provisions and other things necessary to be provided for the voyage.--The best and cheapest method of travelling from Quebec to Montreal, and thence to Kingston and York, a distance of 600 miles, whereby emigrants way avoid heavy expenses.--The method of obtaining land in the most eligible districts.--What property various descriptions of emigrants should possess on their arrival in America.--Advice to farmers, tradesmen, mechanics, &c.--A description of that fine and interesting province : its productions, &c. &c.--Some cursory remarks on the manners and customs of the inhabitants : containing also a short sketch or journal of the author's voyage across the Atlantic, in June, 1819
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 21084
|Published||London : Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy ..., 1820.|
FC 02 0203 no. 21084
Canadian immigration literature -- To 1867.
Ontario -- Description and travel -- 1764-1850.
Ontario -- Emigration and immigration.
Ontario -- Descriptions et voyages -- 1764-1850.
Ontario -- Emigration et immigration.
Canada -- Documentation pour immigrants -- Jusqu'à 1867.
|Document source||Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Library of the Public Archives of Canada.|
2 microfiches (62 fr.) : map.
"With a map."
vii, 100 p. : map ; 19 cm.