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The Canadian Magazine

 edited by J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish

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The Canadian Magazine
edited by J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish
Published by The Ontario Publishing Co., Ltd., 1899
Item notes: v.13 (1899)
Original from Harvard University
Digitized Sep 28, 2007

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O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, which killest the prophets, and stonest them that are sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy children together, as a hen doth gather her brood under her wings, and ye would not... - Page 374

We thought, as we hollowed his narrow bed And smoothed down his lonely pillow, That the foe and the stranger would tread o'er his head, And we far away on the billow! - Page 106

Though ye have lien among the pots, yet shall ye be as the wings of a dove covered with silver, and her feathers with yellow gold. - Page 537

But gave them truth to build on ; and the sound Was mighty on their lips : nor needed they Beside the Gospel, other spear or shield, To aid them in their warfare for the faith. - Page 341

A noise, as of a sea in tempest torn By warring winds. The stormy blast of hell With restless fury drives the spirits on, Whirl'd round and dash'd amain with sore annoy. - Page 113

I was not ignorant of the various fears which filled the jealous heads of some concerning me, neither was I so stupid nor so divested of all humanity as not to be sensible of the real and innate worth and virtue which adorned that excellent dame... - Page 420

Thenceforward, what I saw, Was not for words to speak, nor memory's self To stand against such outrage on her skill. As one, who from a dream awaken'd, straight, All he hath seen forgets; yet still retains Impression of the feeling in his dream... - Page 342

Tho' faint souls fear the keen confronting sun, And fain would bid the morn of splendour wait; Tho' dreamers, rapt in starry visions, cry "Lo, yon thy future, yon thy faith, thy fame!" And stretch vain hands to stars, thy fame is nigh, Here in Canadian hearth, and home, and name, — This name which yet shall grow Till all the nations know Us for a patriot people, heart and hand Loyal to our native earth, our own Canadian Land! - Page 138

With love's first flame to glow : " Brother ! our will Is, in composure, settled by the power Of charity, who makes us will alone What we possess, and nought beyond desire : If we should wish to be exalted more, Then must our wishes jar with the high will Of him, who sets us here ; which in these orbs... - Page 338

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The Canadian Magazine

The Canadian Magazine

edited by J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish - 1897
Description based on: v. 5, no. 5 (Sept. 1895); title from cover.
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The Canadian Magazine

edited by J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish - 1907
Description based on: v. 5, no. 5 (Sept. 1895); title from cover.
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edited by J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish - 1900
Description based on: v. 5, no. 5 (Sept. 1895); title from cover.
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Port Nelson - Page 123
Twenty leagues from Port Nelson the ship got blocked amidst the masses of ice, and progress, except at a raft's pace, became out of the question. ...
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Winnipeg - Page 426
The Conservatives would then never have theheart to oppose the local Government which had been the means of giving them the Dominion seat for Winnipeg ...
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Calgary - Page 444
to the Governor that guns were not luxuries, but positively necessary for the preservation of his life in the savage country round and about Calgary. ...
Ottawa - Page 426
Joseph Martin was unawed by the superior character of the assemblage at Ottawa. In his first speech he smote Sir John Thompson and fervently declared ...
more pages: 34 89
Montreal - Page 278
the thanks of the Queen for the kind message of congratulation which the school children of Montreal have forwarded through you to Her Majesty. ...
more pages: 386 399
Halifax - Page 278
The Halifax telegram was similar : " The school children of Halifax celebrating Empire Day in common with all Canadian schools, send loyal greetings ...
more pages: 348 354
Quebec - Page 55
There is no part of the Dominion making more rapid progress in regard to the quality of its cheese than Quebec, where an elaborate system of ...
more pages: 59 93
Toronto - Page 199
There were in Toronto daily parades, and on the banks and Government buildings sentries were nightly posted, partly from the i6th Regiment, ...
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Grand Rapids - Page 26
However, after some delay we secured a passage to Grand Rapids with the fishing tug Idell, which left West Selkirk on the 2 ist August, having in tow ...
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Canso, Nova Scotia - Page 181
The connections would be via the Commercial Cable Company to Canso, Nova Scotia, and then across the continent by the Canadian Pacific telegraph. ...
Lansing - Page 139
But Vashti is in love with her cousin Lansing, or " Lanty," as he ¡> called, and she is deadly jealousy of Mabella's happiness. ...
more pages: 527
Florence - Page 115
and he is specially bitter in his denunciation of this vice as that which had chiefly contributed to his expulsion from Florence. ...
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New York - Page 526
are rather neglected by Great Britain and the other colonies of the Empire, in that there is no steamship communication between them but via New York. ...
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Boston - Page 240
look at herself in her glass, and smiled to think of how the women would whisper, when her back was turned, about her Boston gown and her modish hat.
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London - Page 423
One is of a grimy street in the heart of London, where the roar of traffic resounds from dawning day to past midnight, where stands the sombre ...
more pages: 34 389
New Brunswick - Page 363
John, New Brunswick : — " I have determined to write, as the next volume of my series, an account of La Tour and d'Aunay, postponing Count Frontenac ...
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SUSSEX, NEW BRUNSWICK - Page 59
SUSSEX, NEW BRUNSWICK. of cheese and butter. The work of the dairy associations, with the exception of those in Ontario and Quebec, is confined to ...
York - Page 514
The capital of the Bahama Islands is Nassau, on New Providence, a city ess of York, on marriage, with a THE SPONGE EXCHANGE.
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Paris - Page 514
These beautiful gems are found in the conch shells, and are generally exported to Paris, where they are much in favour. ...
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Brantford - Page 278
One class in Brantford must be credited with a novelty : each pupil gave one fact relating to Queen Victoria. In Whitby one of the High School girls ...
Plymouth - Page 18
He was then driving from Osborne House to Trinity Pier, East Cowes, en route to Plymouth, where he was to embark for Canada. ...
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Rome - Page 338
There they were instructed by the spirit of the Emperor Justinian, the representative of the imperial Law, who tells the story of Rome from its ...
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Albany, NY - Page 399
later on, fierce campaigns between Montreal and Forts Nelson, Albany and Churchill, the prize being the carrying trade that originated with the furs. ...
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Edmonton - Page 27
Prior to the advent of a railway to Prince Albert, steamboats plied up and down the Saskatchewan for two or three seasons, from Edmonton to the head ...
Edinburgh - Page 345
He served his literary apprenticeship early in life in writing for Edinburgh papers, but it was some years afterwards that he produced " The Origin of ...
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Vancouver - Page 181
TheCommittee recommended that the route should be from Vancouver via Fanning or Palyrma Island, Fiji and Norfolk Island, with branches from the latter ...
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NEEPAWA, MANITOBA - Page 59
a most important work by employing practical men to instruct the makers in the cheese factories and cream- CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY — NEEPAWA, MANITOBA.
Oxford - Page 446
And after a time he found out that two of them had taken degrees at Oxford, and that the "horse wrangler" had been a " wrangler " at Cambridge. ...
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Cairo - Page 106
but the British officer who buried him hushed a gossiping dinnerparty a few months ago in Cairo by saying: " Lightly they'll speak of the spirit ...
more pages: 104
Kitchener - Page 37
And, in a lesser degree, we have an immediate proof of this in the splendid book Steevens has given us, called, "With Kitchener to Khartum. ...
Victoria, BC - Page 181
A recent despatch from Victoria, BC, (May i ith) says that the British survey ship Egena has been instructed to prepare to survey the proposed route. ...
Greenwich - Page 314
Yes, an' I went all the road to Greenwich last March for the first pussywillows. Dost not remember? An' the tale I told thee of when I found the young ...
Haldimand, Ontario - Page 158
Walker is a native Canadian, was born in Haldimand, Ontario, a little more than fifty years ago, and was educated at the public schools. ...
Allen, MD - Page 194
Mary Wood-Allen, MD, and the first is entitled, " What a Young Girl Ought to Know." Jt The Natural History Society, of Vienna, has just published ...
Charlesbourg - Page 253
Charles, its gentle upward sweep of woods broken only by the green fields and white walls of Charlesbourg until it met the range of blue and purple ...
WETASKIWIN, ALBERTA - Page 60
A glance at the methods by which the products of our cheese factories and GOVERNMENT DAIRY STATION — WETASKIWIN, ALBERTA, NWT creameries are disposed ...
Chicago - Page 63
and recently he has created a literary sensation in Chicago by his reading of his poems, and been theguest of that city's celebrated Twentieth Century ...
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San Salvador - Page 524
Again, Columbus after leaving San Salvador sailed in the direction of Cuba: had he started from.
Philadelphia - Page 194
The Vir Publishing Company, of Philadelphia, for whom William Briggs is Canadian agent, are publishing a Self and Six series. ...
Milton, Ontario - Page 424
HARD circumstances sent the Martin family away to the States from the mill and store at Milton, Ontario, where Joseph was horn. ...
Morant Bay - Page 504
There was a nasty outbreak at Morant Bay, suppressed with terrible severity by an able Governor who, on this occasion, lost his head amid the clamour ...
Cambridge - Page 446
And after a time he found out that two of them had taken degrees at Oxford, and that the "horse wrangler" had been a " wrangler " at Cambridge. ...
Sherbrooke, Quebec - Page 277
At the High School in Sherbrooke, Quebec, the exercises were held on the school lawn. There were several street parades, the children carrying flags ...
Windsor - Page 22
George's Chapel, Windsor, the city does not much remind him of that which he has left behind, though woe betide any Lower Canadian or American who ...
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Charlottetown - Page 400
These Selkirk despatched in three vessels to a large estate, which he had secured in that Island, and hurried himself to Charlottetown hoping to be on ...
Basingstoke - Page 24
proceeded by train through the historic town of Basingstoke with its ruined castle, and the still more historic city of Winchester, once the capital ...
Ottumwa, Iowa - Page 478
The writer of these pages was in Ottumwa, Iowa, three or four years ago. The day before, a white man had been lynched in broad daylight for a crime ...
Panama - Page 245
They winter in abundance in southern Texas, and great numbers pass on from there through Mexico to Central America as far even as Panama. ...
more pages: 508
Annapolis - Page 364
Now there ought to be more at Annapolis and at St. John. Can you give me any information about them ? " I at once set about making inquiries in all ...
more pages: 390
Gloucester - Page 470
This spring, as in many springs past, large numbers of fishermen from Cape Breton and the Southern Coast, have gone to ship on Gloucester fishing ...
more pages: 471
Charleston - Page 194
He was in the expedition sent against Charleston in 1779-80, and kept a diary. Part of this has been preserved and is now published in the American ...
Gloucester, Mass - Page 468
From this county a large number of fishermen yearly proceed to Gloucester, Mass., and engage in fishing out of that port during the summer season, ...
Portsmouth - Page 126
The captain, crew and company's servants left the ship leisurely at Portsmouth. Those going up to London lingered for the coach, but not so with ...
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Erie - Page 76
United they were as capable a team as could have been found in that part of South Ontario between Erie and St. Clair. Divided they had never been as ...
Algiers - Page 508
The Bahamas is said to have the most salubrious and equal climate in the world, with a temperature more even than in Maderia, Nice or Algiers and ...
Kensington - Page 25
at the Indian and Colonial Exhibition, held in Kensington in 1886, again at the Jubilee cf 1887, and yet again in the Silver Jubilee of 1897. ...
Gibraltar - Page 362
He was sent to Europe, where he visited Gibraltar and Malta and other points along the Mediterranean, but returned home in season to be present at the ...
Detroit - Page 76
Rudge Moss had never been farther than Detroit in his life. He never wanted to be, except to make one trip to Niagara Falls. ...
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Cleveland - Page 109
is conveyed cheaply to Cleveland or other places where it meets untaxed coal and is converted into iron which is sold for nine dollars a ton. ...
Baltimore - Page 356
All these good qualities has my lord Baltimore to recommend him and no evil propensities to set off against them, unless the taking of a few cherries ...
Miami - Page 523
ter service between Nassau and Miami, in Florida. He stands in a fair way of soon becoming the uncrowned king of the island, his intervention in the ...
Bristol - Page 4
if London or Bristol formed the sphere of their talents, a legal and violent rather than a natural termination of their respective careers. ...
Juneau - Page 62
conjured by description, of old Phil-o-rum Juneau, ancient guide and coureur-de- bois, unswathing in his cabin among the pines his treasured " edition ...
Brunswick - Page 58
There are six dairy schools in the Dominion, three of which are in Ontario, one in Quebec, one in new Brunswick, and one in Manitoba. ...
Islington - Page 126
of a pension of ten pounds a month from the Company, which he continued to enjoy for many years to the time of his death at Islington, in 1702. ...
Charlotte - Page 519
There are in all three forts, Montague at the east, Fincastle at the centre, and Charlotte to the west of the harbour. ...
Haverhill, Mass - Page 472
In the city of Haverhill, Mass., where the Rev. McLeod Harvey was lately settled, there are now not less than 650 Nova Scotians. ...
Vienna - Page 194
Jt The Natural History Society, of Vienna, has just published " Reisebeo- bachtungunen aus Canada " (geological observations), by Albrecht Penck, ...
Southampton - Page 24
second of England's Norman kings, to the pretty seaport of Southampton, where, on the Royal yacht Fairy, they embarked for Trinity Pier, East Cowes. ...
Warsaw - Page 290
Henry Sienkiewicz was born in 1845 in Lithuania and was educated in Warsaw. He devoted himself to literature and in 1884 gave to the Polish public his ...
Lucca - Page 116
Dante's experience of Florence taught him ; but Lucca, he says, was worse. (6) Next come the hypocrites, walking with downcast eyes, golden outside, ...
Placentia - Page 210
in the previous year, they engaged four men-of-war ; which fleet was despatched to join Iberville, then at the port of Placentia, in Newfoundland. ...
Herat - Page 86
He thinks that Russia should be made fully aware that coming to Herat means war, his view being that the struggle might as well come off at once as ...
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Manila - Page 514
The rope has not quite the strength of Manila, nor is it as lasting in the water, but its elasticity is far greater. ...
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Cape Town - Page 482
Just now they are not gardening in South Africa ; they are wearing furs in Cape Town and carrying umbrellas and shivers farther now. ...
Khartoum - Page 490
worst and longest cataracts of the Nile in a thirty foot whaler in the retreat of the River Column after the fall of Khartoum and the death of Gordon. ...
Calcutta - Page 301
Once or twice on the long drive to Calcutta he tried to enter into conversation with his guardian, but the latter, sitting bolt upright, ...
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Quetta - Page 86
To the lay mind the labyrinthine wilderness of mountains that lie between Herat and Quetta would seem to be defence enough for Hindostan. ...
Apia - Page 85
Beginning with Omdurman, carried on at Manila and, let us hope, wound up at Apia, we have had in our mind's eye the spectacle of savages being torn ...