19th Century Emigration to the North Americas
Emigration to Canada
The BRITISH AMERICAN LAND COMPANY, incoporated by Royal charter and Act of Parliament, have for sale One Million Acres of Land, in Farms of 100 Acres and upwards, situated in the healthy and fertile Eastern Townships of Lower Canada, distant from 50 to 100 miles from Montreal, Three Rivers and Quebec. Prices from Four Shillings to Ten Shillings currency per Acre, payable one-fifth cash down on the higher priced lots, one-fourth on the lower priced lots, and the balance in six annual instalments bearing interest. Money remitted to Canada through the Company's Office, in London, on favourable terms.
For Prospectuses, with particulars (gratis), application may be made to WILLIAM M'CORKELL & CO., Londonderry, who will also furnish information as to passenger ships, or to the subscriber, at the Company's Office, no. 4 Barge Yard, Bucklersbury, London.
JOHN REID, CLERK.
March 4, 1835.