Preface; 1. Departure from the United States for Canada; 2. Sketch of the history of York or Toronto; 3. Resemblances and differences between Canada and the United States; 4. Facts connected with the recent rebellion in Upper Canada; 5. Departure from Toronto; 6. Visit to the Kingston Penitentiary; 7. Departure from Kingston for Montreal; 8. Early history of Montreal; 9. Situation of Montreal; 10. Municipal government; 11. Monument to Lord Nelson; 12. Departure from Montreal for Quebec; 13. Earliest intercourse with Canada; 14. Description of the city in its present state; 15. Religious establishments of the French Catholics; 16. Visit to the Citadel with the chief engineer; 17. Commerce of Quebec; 18. Visit to the Falls of Montmorenci; 19. General sketch of the history of Canada; 20. Departure from Quebec; 21. First settlement of Nova Scotia by the French; 22. General description of the Province of Nova Scotia; 23. Cape Breton; 24. Island of Newfoundland; 25. Leave Halifax for journey to Windsor; 26. History of New Brunswick and St. John; 27. Departure for Fredericton; 28. General view of the Province of New Brunswick; 29. Capacity of our colonies to relieve the mother-country of her surplus population; 30. Departure from Fredericton; 31. Intended journey through Mexico, and voyage by the Pacific to China; Supplementary chapter; Postscript; Index.