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Text:"... Dimanche des Rameaux, in 1520, 13 n Diois, Count of, 343 DioNNE, N. E., his JacquesCartier, cited, 367; descibed, 414; La No uvelle -France de Cartier k Champlain, described, 416; La Nouvelle France, cited..."
Date:1534
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JACQUESCARTIERJacquesCartier, etc., etc. Expeditions of Jean Fran9ois de la Roque de Roberval and JacquesCartier to Canada in 1540 and 1543. 311 869 (Extrait du cahier de..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... JACQUESCARTIER Catherine Des Granges II. 2D JEAN CARTIER- 1465 Jehanne Le Mi II. 30 ETIENNE CARTIER- 1467 Perrine 151 Robert 152 III. JEAN CARTIER Jehanne Le Fir II. 4TH PIERRE CARTIER- 1469 J* II. 5..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Rccurent la benediction nuptiale JacquesCartier maistre pillote es port de Saincte-Malo, fils de J amet Cartier et de Geseline Jansart, et Marie Katerine Des Granches, fiUe de Messire Honorc Des Granches..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JACQUESCARTIER verso J Extrait du Privilege du Roy, unnumbered ; + text, 851 pp.; ending with Love Soit Diev (i) Isidor, ^^\\xSj ad casium scholasticumy Epist. 146, and colophon; -h..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... made to this court by Mr. JacquesCartier, captain and pilot for the King, having charge to voyage and go unto the Newlands, pass the strait of the bay of Chateaux with two ships equipped with sixty men..."
Date:1534
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... made to this court by Mr. JacquesCartier, captain and pilot for the King, having charge to voyage and go unto the Newlands, pass the strait of the bay of Chateaux with two ships equipped with sixty men..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
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Text:"... made to this court by Mr. JacquesCartier, captain and pilot for the King, having charge to voyage and go unto the Newlands, pass the strait of the bay of Chateaux with two ships equipped with sixty men..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...133 In considering the character of JacquesCartier, if indeed our scanty knowledge of the man warrants us in using so comprehensive a word, two features stand prommently forth - his deep piety..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
Publication place:Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF JACQUESCARTIER town stretched fields of maize, yellowing for the harvest. The houses were long, composed of timbcTy and divided into rooms with lofts above for the storage of grain..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
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Text:"... and established there, be it known, that we, with full confidence in the person of the said JacquesCartier, and in his judgment, ability, loyalty, integrity, bravery, great diligence and valuable experience..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF JACQUESCARTIER lifted, and on the morning of the 17th they passed a group of small round islands, which reminded them of a collection of dove-cotes ; hence they named them Colombaires..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...FIRST VOYAGE OF JACQUESCARTIER A.D. 1534 From Manuicript No. $, Portefeuille LVII de Fontettey Bibliotheque Nttioni]e» Paris A FTER Sir Charles de Mouy, Knight, Lord of Z-m Meilleraye, and Vice..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF JACQUESCARTIER vent them from perishing. At the end of a month, having been separated by storms, they met together at Rapont in Newfoundland, and there, dropping anchor, waited in vain..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JACQUESCARTIER Saint-Malo. | - Nantes | Imprimerie Vincent Forest et Emile Grimaud | 4, Place du Commerce, 4 | 1884 | 8vo, 14 pp. Au verso of title, Extrait de la Revue de la..."
Date:1534
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JACQUESCARTIER i 1545 ^W? Brief reoit, | succincte narration, de la nauiga- I tion faicte es ysles de Canada, Ho- | chelage Saguenay autres, auec | particulieres meurs, langaige..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF JACQUESCARTIER course would be unobstructed ; but such was not the case. At the outset he encountered hostiUty from those interested in maritime affairs. Some of his opponents were engaged..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
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Text:"...,^ Esquire, Sieur de la Jaunaye, and Jacques Nouel, captains ot marines and master pilots of our city of Saint Malo de Ille in Brittany, nephews and heirs of JacquesCartier, deceased, in his life captain..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
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Text:"... daugliter married Michel Audiepore, 308 n Jalobert, Perrine, married Michel Audiepore, 308 n Jamyn, Guyon, 14 n Jansart, Geseline, mother of JacquesCartier, II, 13 n Jaunaye, Lord of, see Chaton, F..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF JACQUESCARTIER held a solemn mass, he sailed from Blanc Sablon, having westerly winds, which bore him and his heroic companions prosperously to St. Malo, which they reached on September 5..."
Date:Between 1491 and 1557
Publication place:New York, USA