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Title Emigration to Canada. Narrative of a Voyage to Quebec, and Journey from Thence to New Lanark, in Upper Canada, Detailing the Hardships and Difficulties Which an Emigrant has to Encounter, Before and After his Settlement; with an Account of the Country, as it Regards its Climate, Soil, and the Actual Condition of its Inhabitants
Date 1821
Document Type Printed Book
Publisher Information William Lang, Glasgow
Reference [G.L.] B.821 [Emigrant]
Library / Archive Senate House Library, University of London
Theme(s) Journey Conditions; Arrivals: Ports and Early Experiences
Country (from) Great Britain
Country (to) Canada
Places Quebec, Canada
Ports Glasgow, Greenock, Scotland
Nationality English
Ships David
Keywords emigrant, passenger, bad weather, alcohol, food, religion, settlement, land grant, labourer, agriculture, farming, poverty
Language English
Copyright Senate House Library, University of London