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VOYAGE TO, AND TRAVELS
WITH ACCOUNTS OF THE
CUSTOMS, CHARACTER, AND DIALECT
OF THE COUNTRY, ALSO
REMARKS ON EMIGRATION, AGRICULTURE, &c.,
BOOKSELLER, 48, LOWGATE;
HAD OF ALL BOOKSELLERS.
In publishing a Narrative of my Voyages and Travels, (which I have undertaken to do, at the request of a number of my most intimate friends,) I have endeavoured to avoid giving a false bias to the minds of its readers. I have also endeavoured to divest my mind from prejudice, and to give a clear and impartial statement of all subjects on which I have treated.
Having been upwards of Two Years in the United Canadas, and having devoted the greater part of my leisure time to obtain information; I have selected from what I have gained, subjects which I have thought would be the most interesting to my friends, and the public in general. Some of my readers will probably find the style I have adopted not exactly in unison with their taste ; let me remind such persons, that a variety of minds require a diversity of subjects, and also different modes of expressing the same meaning, (or different styles); under