Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 404

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and is sufficient to remind us of our own littleness.  From Niagara we travelled along the beautiful banks of the Hudson to New York where we saw some novelties.  The elevated railways struck me as a great improvement on the London underground lines.  Frequently tramways run on the same street with the elevated railways overhead.  There is a splendid drive through the Central Park, which is larger than St. James's, only the trees are not old enough.  It is very expensive to travel much in America, for

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