The mariner of St. Malo : a chronicle of the voyages of Jacques Cartier
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The mariner of St. Malo : a chronicle of the voyages of Jacques Cartier

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OF CANADACHRONICLES H.M. and H.Edited LangtonWrongbyGeorge volumesIn thirty-two 2 MALOMARINER OF STTHE LEACOCKBY STEPHEN Part I The First VisitorsEuropean CARTIER AT HOCHELAGA, 1535JACQUES W.From a colour C.drawing by Jefierys MARINERTHE MALOOF ST A Chronicle of the Voyages Cartierof Jacques BY LEACOCKSTEPHEN 507199 \\. TORONTO BROOK & COMPANYGLASGOW, 1921 p 50 C3L43 days later, May 19, the harboursailed out from the littleships and were borne with a fair wind thebeyond horizon of the waswest. But the byvoyage no means as as that of theprosperous year before. The untiltogetherships kept happily 26. Then were assailed in mid-May they Atlantic furious from andthe west,by gales were in dense banks ofenveloped fog. During a month of adverse seas,buffeting against were driven and lost of onethey apart sight another. Cartier in the Grande Hermine reached the ofcoast Newfoundland onsafely July 7, ' to the Island of Birds. Socoming again ' full of thebirds it he that allwas/ writes, of France be loaded withships might them, and it would not seem that were takenyet any On the next the Grande Hermineaway.' day sailed on the Strait of Belle Islethrough THE ST LAWRENCE 45 andfor Blanc Sablon, there, by agreement, her consortswaited in the that mighthope arrive. In the on the the twoend, 26th, sailed into the harbour together.

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OF CANADACHRONICLES
H.M. and H.Edited LangtonWrongbyGeorge
volumesIn thirty-two
2
MALOMARINER OF STTHE
LEACOCKBY STEPHEN
Part I
The First VisitorsEuropeanCARTIER AT HOCHELAGA, 1535JACQUES
W.From a colour C.drawing by JefierysMARINERTHE
MALOOF ST
A Chronicle of the Voyages
Cartierof Jacques
BY
LEACOCKSTEPHEN
507199
\\.
TORONTO
BROOK & COMPANYGLASGOW,
1921p
50
C3L43
<oLa %
^.
In all Countries toCopyright subscribing
the Berne ConventionCONTENTS
Page
II. EARLY LIFE
FIRST ANDII. THE VOYAGE-NEWFOUNDLAND
13LABRADOR
THE GULF OF STIII. THE FIRST VOYAGE
LAWRENCE 25
THE ST LAWRENCEIV. THE SECOND VOYAGE 41
STADACONA . .V. THE 53
HOCHELAGA . .VI. THE SECOND VOYAGE 67
WINTER AT STADA-VII. THE
CONA 79
VIII. THE THIRD VOYAGE 03
CARTIER'S CAREER . .IX. THE CLOSE OF 105
VOYAGES . .ITINERARY OF 113
NOTE . . .121BIBLIOGRAPHICAL .
INDEX 123ILLUSTRATIONS
ATCARTIER . FrontispieceJACQUES HOCHELAGA, 1535
From a C. W.colour-drawing by Jefferys.
CARTIER zFacingpageJACQUES
From the St Male portrait.
MAP OF CARTIER'S VOYAGES... 16
F.R.G.S.Prepared by White,James
THE 'GRANDE 'PETITE HER-HERMINE,'
AND 'EMERILLON* IN THEMINE,'
ST .LAWRENCE, 1535 54
CARTIER AT HOCHELAGA ... 70
From a Andrew Morris.paintingby
THE FINAL CEREMONY AT QUEBEC,
MAY 3, 1536 QO
From an old engraving.
MANOR ATCARTIER'S HOUSE LIMOILOU,
NEAR ST MALO ,110
From Baxter's 'Memoir of Cartier.'Jacques
vii-