Daylight Land. The Experiences,Incidents, and Adventures, Humorous and otherwise, which befellJudge John Doe, tourist, of San Francisco; Mr Cephas Pepperell,Capitalist, of Boston; Colonel Goffe, the Man from New Hampshire,and diverse others, in their Parlour-Car Excursion over Prairie andMountain. All of Which I Saw, and One of Whom I Was. W. H. H. MURRAY.

Daylight Land. The Experiences,Incidents, and Adventures, Humorous and otherwise, which befellJudge John Doe, tourist, of San Francisco; Mr Cephas Pepperell,Capitalist, of Boston; Colonel Goffe, the Man from New Hampshire,and diverse others, in their Parlour-Car Excursion over Prairie andMountain. All of Which I Saw, and One of Whom I Was.

Boston.Cupples and Hurd. 1888. Hardcover. 8vo. 22.5cm, 338,[4]p., with frontis and150 sepia tone plates and illustrations, from photographs anddrawings, original light fawn brown cloth, elaborate pictorialdecorated stamped in black with titles stamped in white, in finecondition. Peel 1741. "A humorous account bordering on thefictitious". Lowther 794. " About one-third of the book relates toBritish Columbia. Bruns #274. "Contains The Big Nepigon Trout, Fishand Fishing in British Columbia,etc.". Lowther #794. About a thirdof the book relates to British Columbia. Waterston p173. "AnAmerican writer who set two of his novels in northern Quebec,Murray recorded his Canadian travels in ambiguous ternms. He wasinterested in progress, yet attached by the wilderness. Item #36810

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