OF A JOURNEY
THE WESTERN STATES OF NORTH AMERICA
NEW ORLEANS, BY THE MISSISSIPPI, OHIIO, CITY OF CINCINNATI AND FALLS OF NIAGARA, TO NEW YORK, IN 1827
BY W. BULLOCK, F.L.S., &c. &c.
WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THE NEW AND FLOURISHING CITY OF
BY MESSRS. B. DRAKE AND E. D. MASFIELD.
A SELECTION FROM VARIOUS AUTHORS, ON THE PRESENT CONDITION AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF THE SETTLERS, IN THE FERTILE AND POPULOUS STATE OF OHIO,
INFORMATION USEFUL TO PERSNS DESIROUS OF SETTLING IN AMERICA.
Where grand Ohio rolls his silver floods,
Through verdant fields, and darkly waving woods,
Beholding oft, in flowery verdure drest,
The green isle swelling from his placid breast;
Here where so late, the Indian's lone canoe,
Swift o'er the wave, in fearless triumph flew,
Behold the stately steam-borne vessel glide,
With eagel swiftness, o'er the yielding tide,
Ande where so late, its shelter, rude and low,
The wigwam rear'd, beneath the forest bough.
Lo! cities spring before the wondering eyes,
And domes of grandeur swell into the skies.
JOHN MILLER, 40, PALL MALL.
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