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" Maisonneuve sprang ashore and fell on his knees. His followers imitated his example, and all joined their voices in enthusiastic songs of thanksgiving. Tents, baggage, arms, and stores were landed. An altar was... "
Journal of the Society of Arts - 284. oldal
1903
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The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century

Francis Parkman - 1867 - 463 oldal
...formed by the junction of a rivulet with the St. Lawrence, and known afterwards as Point Calliere. The rivulet was bordered by a meadow, and beyond rose...grass, and birds of varied plumage flitted among the boughs.4 Maisonneuve sprang ashore, and fell on his knees. His followers imitated his example ; and...

The Christian Remembrancer, 55. kötet

1868
...land, formed by the junction of a rivulet with the S. Lawrence. The rivulet was bordered by a meadotf, and beyond rose the forest with its vanguard of scattered...thanksgiving. Tents, baggage, arms, and stores were lauded. An altar was raised on a pleasant spot near at hand; and Mademoiselle Marie, with Madame de...

Ville-Marie, Or, Sketches of Montreal: Past and Present

Alfred Sandham - 1870 - 393 oldal
...was a tongue, or triangle of land, formed by the junction of a rivulet with the St. Lawrence. This rivulet was bordered by a meadow, and beyond rose...spring flowers were blooming in the young grass, and the birds flitted among the boughs. " Maissoneuve sprang ashore and fell on his knees. His followers...

Ville-Marie: Or, Sketches of Montreal, Past and Present

Alfred Sandham - 1870 - 393 oldal
...spring flowers were blooming in the young grass, and the birds flitted among the boughs. " Maissoneuve sprang ashore and fell on his knees. His followers...imitated his example ; and all joined their voices in songs of thanksgiving. Tents, baggage, arms and stores were landed. An altar was raised on a pleasant...

The Canadian Antiquarian and Numismatic Journal, 1-3. kötet

1872
...purpose of erecting an Indian trading post. Maissoneuve landed at the same place in the spring of 1642. The rivulet was bordered by a meadow, and beyond rose the forest with its vanguard of scattered trees, the birds flitted among the boughs, and early spring flowers were blooming in the young grass. There...

The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century

Francis Parkman - 1880 - 463 oldal
...formed by the junction of a rivulet with the St. Lawrence, and known afterwards as Point Calliere. The rivulet was bordered by a meadow, and beyond rose...birds of varied plumage flitted among the boughs. 4 Maisonneuve sprang ashore, and fell on his knees. His followers imitated his example; and all joined...

France and England in North America: The Jesuits in North America. 1867

Francis Parkman - 1882
...formed by the junction of a rivulet with the St. Lawrence, and known afterwards as Point Calliere. The rivulet was bordered by a meadow, and beyond rose...grass, and birds of varied plumage flitted among the boughs.4 Maisonneuve sprang ashore, and fell on his knees. His followers imitated his example ; and...

A Canadian Tour: A Reprint of Letters from the Special Correspondent of The ...

Times The - 1886 - 58 oldal
...chronicler Parkman, whe has delved deeply into Canadian archives. " Maisonneuve sprang ashere," says he, " and fell on his knees. His followers imitated his...voices in enthusiastic songs of thanksgiving. Tents, haggage, arme, and stores wore landed. An altar was raised on a pleasant spot near at haud ¡ and Mademoiselle...

American Journal of Philology, 7. kötet

1886
...fell 1 Dawson, Handbook for the Dominion of Canada, p. 138. * The Jesuits in North America, p. 208. on his knees. His followers imitated his example,...their voices in enthusiastic songs of thanksgiving. An altar was raised on a pleasant spot near at hand, and Mademoiselle Manee, with Madame de la Peltrie,...

The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century

Francis Parkman - 1888 - 463 oldal
...formed by the junction of a rivulet with the St. Lawrence, and known afterwards as Point Calliere. The rivulet was bordered by a meadow, and beyond rose...scattered trees. Early spring flowers were blooming hi the young grass, and birds of varied plumage flitted among the boughs.4 Maisonneuve sprang ashore,...




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