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|Title||Inquiries of an emigrant : being the narrative of an English farmer from the year 1824 to 1830; with the author's additions, to March, 1832; during which period he traversed the United States and Canada, with a view to settle as an emigrant : containing observations on the manners, soil, climate, and husbandry of the Americans, estimates of outfit, charges of voyage, and travelling expenses / by Joseph Pickering, late of Fenny Stratford, Bucks, and now of Canada|
|Published||London: Published by Effingham Wilson, 1832 :|
|Subject||United States--Description and travelUnited States--Emigration and immigrationCanada--Description and travelCanada--Emigration and immigrationÉtats-Unis--Descriptions et voyagesÉtats-Unis--Émigration et immigrationCanada--Descriptions et voyagesCanada--Émigration et immigration|
|Document source||Queen's University, Douglas Library, W.D. Jordan Special Collections and Music Library.|
xv, 1 unnumbered page, 207 pages ; 18 cm.
Fourth edition, including the information published by His Majesty's Commissioners for Emigration.
Testimonials in favour of Mr. Pickering's guide to emigrants precede the map and the title page.Tables.Includes appendix.