The Traveller's and Tourist's Guide Through the United States of America, Canada, Etc: Containing the Routes of Travel by Railroad, Steamboat, Stage and Canal, Together with Descriptions Of, and Routes To, the Principal Places of Fashionable and Healthful Resort, with Other Valuable Information ; Accompanied by an Entirely New and Authentic Map of the United States, Including California, Oregon, Etc., and a Map of the Island of Cuba

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Lippincott, Grambo & Company, 1851 - Canada - 240 pages
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Page 57 - CONTAINING A HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF NORTH CAROLINA, SELECTIONS IN PROSE AND VERSE, (MANY OF THEM BY EMINENT CITIZENS OF THE STATE), HISTORICAL AND CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES, And a Variety of Miscellaneous Information and Statistics. BY C. H, WILEY. "My own green land for eyer! Land of the beautiful and brave — The freeman's home — the martyr's grave.'* Illustrated with Engravings, and designed for Families and Schools, One Volume 12mo.
Page 52 - Brick and Plaster Groins, Niches of every description, Sky-lights, Lines for Roofs and Domes; with a great variety of Designs for Roofs, Trussed Girders, Floors, Domes, Bridges, &c., Angle Bars for Shop Fronts, &c., and Raking Mouldings.
Page 56 - SEED-TIME AND HARVEST; OR, WHATSOEVER A MAN SOWETH THAT SHALL HE ALSO REAP. 9. STORIES FOR PARENTS. 10. OFF-HAND SKETCHES, A LITTLE DASHED WITH HUMOR. 11. WORDS FOR THE WISE. 12. THE TRIED AND THE TEMPTED. The above Series are sold together or separate, as each work is complete in itself.
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Page 53 - THE THIRD. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION, WITH ENGRAVINGS. One volume, 18mo. THE IRIS: . AN ORIGINAL SOUVENIR. With Contributions from the First Writers in the Country. EDITED BY PROF. JOHN S. HART. With Splendid Illuminations and Steel Engravings, . Bound in Turkey Morocco and rich Papier Mache Binding. IN ONE VOLUME, OCTAVO.
Page 56 - TRIALS; OR, TALES AND SKETCHES FROM THE LIFE AROUND US. 2. MARRIED LIFE; ITS SHADOWS AND SUNSHINE. 3. THE TWO WIVES; OR, LOST AND WON. 4. THE WAYS OF PROVIDENCE; OK, "HE DOETH ALL THINGS WELL.
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Page 13 - ... cents. For conveying a passenger any distance exceeding a mile, and within two miles, seventy-five cents ; and for every additional passenger, thirtyseven and a half cents.
Page 48 - PAXTON, CHANDLER, And the most celebrated oriental travellers. Embracing also the subject of the Fulfilment of Prophecy, as exhibited by Keith and others ; with descriptions of the present state of countries and places mentioned in the Sacred Writings. ILLUSTRATED BY NUMEROUS LANDSCAPE ENGRAVINGS, FROM SKETCHES TAKEN ON THE SPOT.
Page 13 - For the use of a hackney coach or carriage, by the hour, with one or more passengers, with the privilege of going from place to place, and stopping as often as may be required, one dollar an hour.

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