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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: A Little Girl in Old Quebec Author: Amanda Millie Douglas Release Date: December 9, 2007 [EBook #23779] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD QUEBEC *** Produced by Marilynda Fraser-Cunliffe, J.P.W.
Fraser, Mary Meehan and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http:--www.pgdp.net A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD QUEBEC By AMANDA M.
DOUGLAS A.
L.
BURT COMPANY PUBLISHERS NEW YORK Copyright, 1906 BY DODD, MEAD & COMPANY CONTENTS I.
A WILD ROSE II.
THE JOY OF FRIENDSHIP III.
SUMMER TIME IV.
A HUSBAND V.
CHANGING ABOUT VI.
FINDING AMUSEMENTS VII.
JOURNEYING TO A FAR COUNTRY Sun Apr 02 16:37:52 2017 2 VIII.
WHAT ROSE DID NOT LIKE IX.
ABOUT MARRIAGES X.
MILADI AND M.
DESTOURNIER XI.
A FEAST OF SUMMER XII.
A LOVER IN EARNEST XIII.
FROM A GIRL’S HEART XIV.
A WAY OVER THORNS XV.
HELD IN AN ENEMY’S GRASP XVI.
A LOVER OF THE WILDERNESS XVII.
THE PASSING OF OLD QUEBEC A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD QUEBEC CHAPTER I A WILD ROSE Ralph Destournier went gayly along, whistling a merry French song that was nearly all chorus, climbing, slipping, springing, wondering in his heart as many a man did then what had induced Samuel de Champlain to dream out a city on this craggy, rocky spot.
Yet its wildness had an impressive grandeur.
Above the island of Orleans the channel narrowed, and there were the lovely green heights of what was to be Point Levis, more attractive, he thought, than these frowning cliffs.
The angle between the St.
Charles and St.
Lawrence gave an impregnable site for a fortress, and Champlain was a born soldier with a quick eye to seize on ...





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