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Illustrated Toronto: Past and Present: Being an Historical and Descriptive ... - Page 21
by J. Timperlake - 1877 - 368 pages
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The British Dominions in North America: Or, A Topographical and Statistical ...

Joseph Bouchette - Canada - 1831 - 27 pages
...the untamed aspect which the country exhibited when first I entered the beautiful basin, which thus became the scene of my early hydrographical operations....foliage — the group then consisting of two families of Messassagas, — and the bay and neighbouring marshes were the hitherto uninvaded haunts of immense...
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The British Dominions in North America: Or, A Topographical and Statistical ...

Joseph Bouchette - Canada - 1831
...beautiful ba*in, which thus became the scene of my early hydrographical operations. Dense and trackleu forests lined the margin of the lake, and reflected...foliage — the group then consisting of two families of Messussagas, — and the bay and neighbouring marshes were the hitherto uninvaded haunts of immense...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 52

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1862
...the untamed aspect which the country exhibited when first I entered the beautiful basin which thus became the scene of my early hydrographical operations....savage had constructed his ephemeral habitation beneath the luxuriant foliage, and the bay and neighbouring marshes were the hitherto uninvaded haunts of countless...
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Canada ; Past, Present and Future: Being a Historical Geographical ..., Volume 2

William Henry Smith (of Canada.) - Ontario - 1851
...the untamed aspect which the country exhibited when first I entered the beautiful basin, which thus became the scene of my early hydrographical operations....foliage, — the group then consisting of two families of Messassagas, — and the bay and neighbouring marshes were the hitherto uninvaded haunts of immense...
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Volume 3

Learned institutions and societies - 1858
...York, as the place was then named by Governor Simcoe. In looking back upon that time (1793) he says : ' I still distinctly recollect the untamed aspect which...margin of the Lake, and reflected their inverted images on its glassy surface. The wandering savaga had constructed his ephemeral habitation beneath their...
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Volume 3

Learned institutions and societies - 1858
...entered the beautiful basin which then became the scene of my early hydrographical operations. Dense ami trackless forests lined the margin of the Lake, and reflected their inverted images on its glassy surface. The wandering suvage had constructed his ephemeral habitation beneath their...
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Prehistoric Man: Researches Into the Origin of Civilisation in the Old and ...

Sir Daniel Wilson - Prehistoric peoples - 1862
...recollect the untamed aspect which the country exhibited when first I entered the beautiful basin. Dense and trackless forests lined the margin of the...foliage, the group then consisting of two families of Mississagas ; and the bay and neighbouring marshes were the hitherto uninvaded haunts of immense coveys...
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Prehistoric man, researches into the origin of civilisation

Daniel Wilson (sir.) - 1862
...recollect the untamed aspect which the country exhibited when first I entered the beautiful basin. Dense and trackless forests lined the margin of the...foliage, the group then consisting of two families of Mississagas ; and the bay and neighbouring marshes were the hitherto uninvaded haunts of immense coveys...
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Prehistoric Man: Researches Into the Origin of Civilisation in the Old and ...

Sir Daniel Wilson - Prehistoric peoples - 1862
...recollect the untamed aspect which the country exhibited when first I entered the beautiful basin. Dense and trackless forests lined the margin of the...luxuriant foliage, the group then consisting of two famines of Mississagas ; and the bay and neighbouring marshes were the hitherto uninvaded haunts of...
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The British American Magazine, Volume 1

1863
..."the untamed aspect which the country exhibited when I first entered the beautiful basin, which thus became the scene of my early hydrographical operations....— • the group then consisting of two families of Mississagas, — and the bay and neighbouring marshes were the hitherto uninvaded haunts of immense...
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