Grey-Wilson, Sir William
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Social, political, and commercial aspects of the Bahamas and the West Indies. American tourists in the Bahamas. The unrivalled climate and bathing waters of the Bahamas, with an anecdotal example. Travel from New York or Florida to the Bahamas. A geographical picture of the Bahamas. The need for better and more regular communication for commerce. The tendency of the present day to order in much smaller quantities at much more frequent intervals. The essential feature of establishing relations between this country and the West Indies that of regularity of transport. Political difficulties. The constitution of the Bahamas, similar to that of Canada. Equality of suffrage. The success of British justice. The possibilities for a political union between Canada and the Bahamas.