Ottawa: Printed by MacLean, Roger & Co., 1881. Original printed salmon wrappers, stitched. , 10, large folding map [short closed tear], 20, 11, 3, 2, 2 pp, as issued. Vertical fold, light edgewear. Very Good.
[offered with] [Booth, C.J., President]: THE CANADA ATLANTIC RAILWAY CO'Y. PROSPECTUS. [Ottawa: 1889].  pp, printed on rectos only. Caption title as issued. Pinned at upper blank corner and docketed in ink on final blank, "Canada Atlantic RR Prospectus January 1889." Fine.
The map, in excellent condition, is titled, "Canada Atlantic Railway Map December 1881," accomplished by "Geo. Bishop & Co. Lith. Montreal." It measures 18" x 35", with the route of the railway; extensions and other railways also notes; other boundaries in green. All the documents creating the Company, set forth in the title of the pamphlet, are printed, each individually numbered. The Railway, as the Prospectus states, "extends from Ottawa in a south easterly direction a distance of 142 miles, and connects with the Central Vermont Railroad at the village of Alburgh Springs, Vt., U.S.A."
"The Canada Atlantic Railway (CAR) was a small regional railway, created in 1880 by lumber baron, John Rodolphus Booth. Initially planned as part of the transportation network for his vast lumber holdings, the railway quickly grew into a general-purpose railway serving passengers and communities along the route... Booth's first target was to gain access to Vermont in order to connect with the Central Vermont Railway (CV) and further exploit the US markets" ["Canada Atlantic Railway," Ontario Railways, accessed at Canada-Rail website May, 2018.]
As of May 2018, we do not locate either of these documents-- or the map-- on OCLC. Item #35023