As it was, the first sight of the Frazer depressed him, and his depression was not dispelled by the sight of New Westminster.
The sail from New Westminster to Victoria had been very delightful.
This rudimentary arrangement was replaced in 1864 by a regular departmental postal service with headquarters at New Westminster.
A hundred and eighty thousand fish averaging about eight pounds weight were caught in one day last week at New Westminster.
In the morning he started for New Westminster, although this was not the line to the mountains.
The distance between New Westminster and Barkerville was 486 miles.
So ran the Northwesters down the wild river to the sea, and camped near the present site of New Westminster.
In 1867 the island and mainland were united in one province; the officials at New Westminster were all sent down to Victoria.
Certainly in 1862 New Westminster might be, as its citizens alleged, an infant prodigy, but it was not a picturesque city.
The mainland was supplied with mails by a steamer which ran twice a week between Vancouver and New Westminster.