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Narrative of a voyage from Dublin to Quebec, in North America

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Published by s.n.] in [Dublin? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Immigrants -- Canada -- Biography.,
  • Québec (Province) -- Description and travel,
  • Ontario -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James Wilson.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (22 fr.).
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21617267M
    ISBN 100665632479

    Analysis of Champlain’s Narrative “The Voyages” in Relation to American Literature The work that will be analyzed is “The Voyages” by Samuel de Champlain. To understand the character of Champlain, the audience should know that he pursued his task bravely. F M16 - Voyages from Montreal on the river St. Laurence, through the continent of North America, to the frozen and Pacific oceans, in the years and , with a preliminary account of the rise, progress, and present state of the fur trade of that country. F T4 T8 - Travels in western North America,

      “A People’s History of Quebec” by Jacques Lacoursiere (translated by Robin Philpot) is a neat little history of Canada’s Province of Quebec. The book covers Canada’s/Quebec’s founding by Jacques Cartier in all the way up to about Lacoursiere’s book was written in and not translated by Philpot into English until /5. Tim Severin demonstrated that it is possible for a leather-clad boat such as the one described in the Navigatio to reach North America. Severin's film The Brendan Voyage of , which documented his team's feat, inspired the Irish composer Shaun Davey to write his orchestral suite "The Brendan Voyage".Born: c. AD , Ciarraighe Luachra near Tralee, .

    10 Le Vieux Dublin (The Old Dublin), rue Cathcart (at rue University; metro McGill or Square-Victoria), ☏ +1 AM-3AM daily. Don't let the Vieux Dublin sign outside fool you — this pub is not one bit Irish. There's not a lot of Emerald Island schlock around, but the pints are good, and home-style meals for lunch and. Narrative of the Voyages and Services of the Nemesis, from to ; and of the Combined Naval and Military Operations in China: Comprising a Complete Account of the Colony of Hong Kong, and Remarks on the Character and Habits of the Chinese: From Notes of W[illiam] H[enry] Hall. In 2 .


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Detailing the hardships and settlement; with an account of the country [MacDonald, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Emigration to Canada: Narrative of a voyage to Quebec, and journey from thence to New Lanark, in Upper : John MacDonald.

BOOK - Narrative of a Voyage to Quebec and the Journey from Thence to New Lanark in Upper Canada. By John McDonald, A Lanark Society Settler, Provides first person account of what early settlers encountered during their journey to a better life for themselves and their families.

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What are the common themes in his entries. How is his family. Why does he stop writing for a few days sometimes. Emigration to Canada: narrative of a voyage to Quebec, and journey from thence to New Lanark, in Upper Canada: detailing the hardships and difficulties which an emigrant has to encounter, before and after his settlement: with an account of the country as it regards its climate, soil, and the actual condition of its inhabitantsPages: Co.

Kerry to Quebec on 24 Aprilwith emigrants on board, as the effects of the Famine ravaged Ireland. Between andthe Jeanie Johnston made 16 voyages to North America, sailing to Quebec, Baltimore, and New York. On average, the Length: 47 m ( ft 2 in) o/a, m ( ft 0 in) on deck.

The Ocean Plague: or, A Voyage to Quebec in an Irish Emigrant Vessel, first published inis an account of a voyage from Dublin to Quebec on an Irish emigrant it we read of the horrific symptoms of disease that so many of the passengers and members of the crew succumbed to.

- Wilson, James (). Narrative of a Voyage from Dublin to Quebec, in North America. - An Account of Upper and Lower Canada, Exhibiting its Importance and Growing Prosperity, as a British Province, extracted by permission, from the Edinburgh Encyclopaedia.

Glasgow: - Kirby, William. Reminiscences of a Visit to Quebec. July, BOOK - Narrative of a Voyage to Quebec and the Journey from Thence to New Lanark in Upper Canada By John McDonald, A Lanark Society Settler, Originally published by author, Edinburgh, This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, Relation d'un voyage à la côte du Nord-ouest de l'Amérique Septentrionale, dans les années11, 12, 13, et Par G.

Franchère, fils. Montréal: Impr. de C.B. Pasteur, It was first published in English as: Franchère, Gabriel. Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America in the Years,and Page 42 - One may judge," says Champlain, writing in"that if the four leagues of land, which there are from Panama to this river, were cut through, one might pass from the south sea to the ocean on the other side, and thus shorten the route by more than fifteen hundred leagues ; and from Panama to the straits of Magellan would be an island, and from Panama to the Newfoundland would be.Emigration to Canada [microform]: narrative of a voyage to Quebec, and journey from thence to New Lanark in Upper Canada, detailing the hardships and difficulties which an emigrant has to encounter before and after his settlement: with an account of the country as it regards its climate, soil and the actual condition of its inhabitants.

It was also the motivation behind the mass exodus of hundreds of thousands of Irish to North America. Because passage to Canada was less expensive than passage to the United States, Canada was the recipient of some of the most destitute and bereft Irish.

Passage was difficult for those making the 3, mile voyage from Ireland. By James M. O'Leary (Quebec, ) - OL * Journal of a Voyage to Quebec in the year (from Warrenpoint) with recollections of Canada, during the Late American War in the years - By P.

Finan (Newry, ) - OL * Lettre Pastorale de Monseigneur L'Eveque de Montreal en faveur de la Malheureuse Irelande (in French - Pastoral.

Author of Voyages Made in the Years andfrom China to the North West Coast of America. to Which Are Prefixed, an Introductory Narrative of a Voyage infrom Bengal, Observations on the Probable Existence of a North West Passage, The Memorial of Lt.

John Meares of the Royal Navy, and Voyages De La Chine A La C te Nord-ouest D'am rique4/5. Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America in the Years,and or the First American Settlement on the Pacific.

New York: Redfield, Small octavo, original burgundy cloth recased. Housed in a custom clamshell box. First edition in English, illustrated with three plates and enlarged from the original French.

Franchère's Narrative of a voyage to the northwest coast, Narrative of a voyage to the northwest coast of America in the years,and | Franchère's voyage to northwest coast, "Reprint of J. V. Huntington's English translation (New York, )"--p.

[].The Ocean Plague, first published inis an account of a voyage from Dublin to Quebec on an Irish emigrant it we read of the horrific symptoms of disease that so many of the passengers and members of the crew succumbed to.

We hear of the decimation of families, the orphaning of children, the practicalities of disposing of the dead, and the callous indifference of many to the.Bayly accompanied Cook on his Third voyage inso this book was edited by Wales.

The first book in J.R. Forster's name was: Observations made during a Voyage Round the World, on Physical Geography, Natural History, and Rthic Philosophy. Especially on 1. The Earth and its Strata, 2. Water and the Ocean, 3. The Atmosphere, 4.