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On the first leg of his North American tour, the Prince of Wales visits Halifax, Nova Scotia

Prince of Wales, 1859, detail
07/31/1860 to 08/01/1860
The Prince of Wales and his party had arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia on July 30, 1860.  He was welcomed with a parade and a loyal address from both houses of the Nova Scotia Parliament and attended a banquet that evening. The following day he inspected the garrison and was the guest of honor at a grand ball held in the Provincial Building.  He left Halifax by train on the morning of  August 2, 1860, bound for St. Johns, New Brunswick.  He reached  there in the late evening.  (By John Osborne)
Source Citation: 
Henry James Morgan, The Tour of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales through British America and the United States (Montreal: John Lovell, 1861), 28-32.

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