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Through the 1000 islands and rapids of the St. Lawrence and the far-famed Saguenay River

Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co

Through the 1000 islands and rapids of the St. Lawrence and the far-famed Saguenay River

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Published by Rand Avery Supply Co. in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Description and travel

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    Other titlesThrough the Thousand islands and rapids of the St. Lawrence and the far-famed Saguenay River.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 fold. leaves illus. 18 cm.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25460133M


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the River Saguenay, etc., passing all of the Thousand Islands and Rapids of the River St. Lawrence by daylight.

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Excerpt from Quebec, Lake St. John and the New Route to the Far-Famed Saguenay How this may be accomplished and what else may be done by sportsmen and tourists in the interesting country traversed by the new. Lake Superior to the Sea: An Inland Water Voyage on the Great Lakes and Far-Famed St. Lawrence and Saguenay Rivers by Garnault Agassiz: Last Night in Montreal by Emily St.

John Mandel: The Last Witness by John Matthews — not in English Common Knowledge: Leacock's Montreal by Stephen Leacock: Lemoyne d'Iberville: soldier of New France by.

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Louis River with its Dalles-Pigeon River with its picturesque fallsKaministiquia River with its bold mountain scenery-Neepigon River with its rapids and falls, abounding in speckled trout of the largest size and in great abundance, together with other streams flowing into Lake Superior, afford most delightful camping grounds and resorts for.

While crossing this bridge His Highness got the best view of the magnificent river of St John—a river which is inferior only to the St.

Lawrence in British North America. The mouth of it, just under 57 the bridge, has a sunken ridge of rocks, over which, when the immense tide of the Bay of Fundy is rising, a cascade pours into the river. Cockburn accompanied Governor-General Dalhousie in upon a tour of inspection by water from Montreal through the St.

Lawrence River and Great Lakes to Sault Ste. Marie, thence by French River, Lake Nipissing and the Ottawa River to Montreal. He made a full and informing report on these water-ways and submitted a plan for their defence. the St. Lawrence Through the 1000 islands and rapids of the St.

Lawrence and the far-famed Saguenay River book, but that, being forced by bad weather into Gaspe Bay, and perhaps hindered by fog, instead of entering the St.

Lawrence he sailed right across to Anticosti Island. After that, being baffled by bad weather and doubtful as to his resources lasting out, he decided to return to France through the Strait of Belle Isle.1/6. Voyages from Montreal on the River St. Lawrence through the Continent of North America to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans, in the years and&c.

By ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, Esq. London. A Journey from Prince of Wales's Fort in Hudson's Bay to the Northern Ocean, &c. By SAMUEL HEARNE. London. The St.

Lawrence, at its mouth, is only some thirty feet deep, but the bottom suddenly descends at the entrance to the Saguenay, and becomes from five hundred to a thousand feet in depth.

The breadth of the Saguenay is so great that the grandeur of the mountains is lost to the eye, and the scenery is remarkable more for ruggedness than beauty. Captain Parry, R.N., has given his name to the Sound, island, and district [Pg 37] through which the rivers Muskoka, Musquosh and Meganetawan pass to the Georgian Bay.

The inlet at the mouth of the last named river is named from the unfortunate Admiral Byng; the town of Collingwood from Nelson's second in command at Trafalgar, Owen Sound from. Canada extends from Gaspe, on the Gulf of St. Lawrence, to Lake Superior.

Its shores are washed by the lakes Huron, Erie, and Ontario, and by the river St. Lawrence as far as the 45th parallel of latitude; from thence the river flows through the 4/6.

IN fine weather-or perhaps in any weather-the pleasantest mode of traveling between New York and Boston is by steam-boat through the Long Island Sound to Fall River, a distance of upward of miles, and from Fall River by railway to Boston, 54 miles. Saguenay, a large and picturesque river of Canada; carries off the surplus waters of Lake St.

John, replenished by a number of large streams, and issuing a full-bodied stream, flows SE. through magnificent forest and mountain scenery till it falls into the St.

Lawrence, m. below Quebec, after a course of m.; is remarkable for its depth. A gentleman from one of the Channel Islands, of unsophisticated manners and excellent disposition, who had landed with us _en route_ to a town on the Gulf of St.

Lawrence, had fancied our North American colonies for ever "locked in regions of thick-ribbed ice," and consequently was abundantly provided with warm clothing of every description.

Full text of "History of the British colonies" See other formats. They comprise Spectacle Reef, built inwith a steam fog whistle in connection; Detour, at the mouth of St.

Mary's River, built inrebuilt inand refitted inhas a fog whistle in connection; Bois Blanc, built inrebuilt in ; St. Helena Island, built in ; Waugoshance, built in ; Ile aux Galets light, on.

Title: Our own country, Canada: scenic and descriptive. Being an account of the extent, resources, physical aspect, industries, cities and chief towns of the provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, the North-west Territory, and British Columbia.

The various cities and resorts, salmon rivers, etc., together with the legends of the Ottawa, the lower St. Lawrence, and the coast. A valuable and interesting book for both travellers and home folks.

With 40 illustrations, rapids of the St. Lawrence, &c: Creator: McAdam, J. Publisher: Montreal: [publisher not identified] Date Issued: Cartier coasted along the northern shores of the Gulf till the 1 5th of August, and even entered the mouth of the River St.

Lawrence, but the weather becoming stormy, he determined to delay his departure no longer: he passed again through the Straits of Belleisle, and arrived at St. Malo on the 5th of September,contented with his success. The Mute Book speaks with a moving eloquence to those who can read it aright: By the high-road into the forest there stood a solitary farm-house.

One way lay right through the farm-yard; the sun shone; all the windows were open; there was life and bustle within, but in the yard, in an arbor of flowering lilacs, there stood an open coffin. Full text of "The Hudson River route. New York to West Point, Catskill Mountains, Albany, Saratoga Springs, Lake George, Lake Champlain, Adirondack Mountains, Montreal and Quebec." See other formats.

Full text of "All-round route and panoramic guide of the St. Lawrence: Embracing Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Thousand Islands and River St. Lawrence, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, the Lower St.

Lawrence, Halifax, St. John, Portland and Saguenay River, the White Mountains, Adirondacks and Saratoga, Atlantic Beaches, etc. --" See other formats. RAPIDS OF THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER. The Eapids of the St.

Lawrence, in con- nection with the " Thou6a7id Islands,^' form the most remarkable feature of this truly noble stream. The " Thousand Is- lands" are situated near the foot of Lake Ontario, where the St.

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Lawrence and Ottawa, split up into various petty tribes, all nomadic, and reliant chiefly on hunting and fishing, presented a field appalling in its difficulty, as they had no villages, and the work of conversion seemed to require a missionary for every wan- dering hunter's lodge. department of fisheries, annual report dominion of canada.

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