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" ... persons who have formerly travelled in this part of the country, are impressed with sentiments of wonder, on beholding a town which may be termed handsome, reared as if by enchantment, in the midst of a wilderness. "
Illustrated Toronto: Past and Present: Being an Historical and Descriptive ... - Page 27
by J. Timperlake - 1877 - 368 pages
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Toronto: Past and Present: A Handbook of the City

Charles Pelham Mulvany - Architecture - 1884 - 320 pages
...advancement of this place to its present condition has been effected within the lapse of six or seven years, and persons who have formerly travelled in this part...beholding a town which may be termed handsome, reared, as by enchantment, in the midst of a wilderness." With the change of the seat of Government, as a matter...
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The Niagara River

Archer Butler Hulbert - Niagara Falls (N.Y. and Ont.) - 1908 - 319 pages
...advancement of this place to its present condition has been effected within the lapse of six or seven years, and persons who have formerly travelled in this part...as if by enchantment in the midst of a wilderness. The Parliament buildings, when Heriot visited Toronto, were two buildings of brick, at the eastern...
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The Empire of the St. Lawrence: A Study in Commerce and Politics

Donald Grant Creighton, Donald Creighton - History - 2002 - 441 pages
...silence. Quebec and Montreal were growing towns, with possibly twelve thousand people each. At York, "persons who have formerly travelled in this part...if by enchantment, in the midst of a wilderness". 2 Under the pressure of this new agricultural community, the business organization of the country was...
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Listening to Old Woman Speak: Natives and AlterNatives in Canadian Literature

Laura Smyth Groening - Literary Collections - 2004 - 183 pages
...advancement of this place to its present condition, has been effected within the lapse of six or seven years, and persons who have formerly travelled in this part...handsome, reared as if by enchantment, in the midst of the wilderness." Our travellers tend to erase the Natives from this ideal canvas of colonialism by...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volume 4

1813
...- i — • condition has been effected within the lapse of six or seven years, and persons wlio have formerly travelled in this part of the country...town which may be termed handsome, reared as if by cnchanUnent, in the midst of a wilderness. Two buildings of brick at the eastern extremity of town,...
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