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History of Toronto and County of York in Ontario
Part IV: Toronto: The City Clubs

The purely social clubs in Toronto are but three in number, but those devoted to special objects, as sporting, music, literature, etc. are legion. At the head of the former stands the Toronto Club, an exclusive institution^ composed of wealthy members, situated on York Street, immediately south of the Rossiu House. The National Club, on the west side of Bay Street, south of the Telegram office, is less exclusive and more political, being of a decided Reform stripe. Nearly opposite it is the Albany Club, on the west side of Bay Street, between Melinda and Wellington Streets. It was formed by the Liberal-Conservative party upon the suspension of the U. E. Club about two years ago.

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