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" And here, too, was Father Vimont, Superior of the missions ; for the Jesuits had been prudently invited to accept the spiritual charge of the young colony. On the following day, they glided along the green and solitary shores now thronged with the life... "
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
...the Company of the Hundred Associates, to Maisonneuve, representative of the Associates of Montreal.2 And here, too, was Father Vimont, Superior of the...thirty-one years before, had chosen as the fit site of a settlement.3 It was a tongue or triangle of land, formed by the junction of a rivulet with the St....

The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century

Francis Parkman - 1867 - 463 oldal
...Associates, to Maisonneuve, representative of the Associates of Montreal.9 And here, too, was Father Vimout, Superior of the missions ; for the Jesuits had been...thirty-one years before, had chosen as the fit site of a settlement.3 It was a tongue or triangle of land, formed by the junction of a rivulet with the St....

The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., 55. kötet

1868
...1'Incarnation, the Superior, and her nuns instructed the little savages in the truths of the Gospel. • On the following day, they glided along the green...life of a busy city, and landed on the spot which Champlaiu, thirty-one years before, had chosen as the fit site for a settlement. It was a tongue or...

The Living Age ..., 98. kötet

1868
...row-boats, approached the tree-grown island of Montreal, all on board raising in unison a hymn of praise. ' On the following day, they glided along the green and solitary shores, now thronged with the < 264 265 life of a busy city, and landed on the spot which Champluin, thirty-one years before, had...

The Christian Remembrancer, 55. kötet

1868
...row-boats, approached the treegrown island of Montreal, all on board raising in unison a hymn of praise. 'On the following day, they glided along the green and solitary shores^ now thronged with the lite of a busy city, and landed on the spot which Cbamplain, thirty-one years before, had chosen as...

The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century

Francis Parkman - 1880 - 463 oldal
...Company of the Hundred Associates, to Maisonneuve, representative of the Associates of Montreal. 9 And here, too, was Father Vimont, Superior of the...before, had chosen as the fit site of a settlement. 3 It was a tongue or triangle of land, formed by the junction of a rivulet with the St. Lawrence, and...

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

Francis Parkman - 1882
...the Company of the Hundred Associates, to Maisonneuve, representative of the Associates of Montreal.2 And here, too, was Father Vimont, Superior of the...thirty-one years before, had chosen as the fit site of a settlement.3 It was a tongue or triangle of land, formed by the junction of a rivulet with the St....

The Jesuits in North America in the seventeenth century

Francis Parkman - 1892
...the Company of the Hundred Associates, to Maisonneuve, representative of the Associates of Montreal.2 And here, too, was Father Vimont, Superior of the...thirty-one years before, had chosen as the fit site of a settlement.3 It was a tongue or triangle of land, formed by the junction of a rivulet with the St....

Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 8. kötet;28. kötet

Massachusetts Historical Society - 1894
...Maisonneuve's little flotilla — a pinnace, a flat-bottomed craft moved by sails, and two row-boats — approached Montreal, and all on board raised in unison...with the life of a busy city, and landed on the spot where Champlain, thirty-one years before, had chosen the fit site of a settlement. It was a tongue...

Francis Parkman: A Sketch

Octavius Brooks Frothingham - 1894 - 45 oldal
...Maisonneuve's little flotilla—a / approached Montreal, and all on board raised in unison a hymn of praise. I Montmagny was with them to deliver the island, in...with the life of a busy city, and landed on the spot where Champlain, thirty-one years before, had chosen the fit site of a settlement. It was a tongue...




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