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North America - Volume 1

Anthony Trollope

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The Grand Trunk Railway runs directly from Portland to Montreal, which latter town is, in fact, the capital of Canada, though it never has been so exclusively, and, as it seems, never is to be so as regards authority, government, and official name. In such matters, authority and government often say one thing while commerce says another; but commerce always has the best of it and wins the game, whatever government may decree. Albany, in this way, is the capital of the State of New York, as authorized by the State government; but New York has made herself the capital of America, and will remain so. So also Montreal has made herself the capital of Canada. The Grand Trunk Railway runs from Portland to Montreal; but there is a branch from Richmond, a township within the limits of Canada, to Quebec; so that travelers to Quebec, as we were, are not obliged to r. . . Read More

Community Reviews

After a very slow start, I finally got into this and enjoyed it. An account of travels in the USA in 1861. It is perhaps unfortunate that he travelled during this period, as his account is focussed on the start of the civil war, its implications, and mostly what Americans thought about British neutr