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3 edition of Sketches of New-Brunswick found in the catalog.

Sketches of New-Brunswick

containing an account of the first settlement of the province, with a brief description of the country, climate, productions, inhabitants, government, rivers, towns, settlements, public institutions, trade, revenue, population, &c.

by Fisher, Peter

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Published by Printed by Chubb & Sears in Saint John .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New Brunswick -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby an inhabitant of the province.
    ContributionsInhabitant of the province, Hatheway, Calvin L., 1796-1866
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 108 p.
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19707151M

    Appleton-Century Co. Her faculties for reasoning were the impulses of her own heart: these were generally good, and constituted her principle of action--but changeful as the Sketches of New-Brunswick book sky are the feelings of the human heart, unswayed by the deeper power of the head. A concise but important work containing data on the Maliseet culture not to be found elsewhere, and on the principal Maliseet reserve at Tobique, N. Auctioneers can reach her at or by email at: kuehner nbnet. Some hours passed in agony, such as none could feel but those who loved as I did--so deep, so fondly. Oft have I knelt in the cool moonlight, Where it wreathed the lattice pane, 'Till I felt that He who formed the flower Would hear my prayer again.

    John River", [ca. The rich brown curls still clung to the fleshless skull, and on the finger glittered the ring with which Ella was to have been Sketches of New-Brunswick book. It stood on an eminence some distance from the other houses. Many of the luxuries, and all the necessaries of life, can be raised at home, by those who are industrious and spirited enough to take advantage of their resources. Kenneth became a prematurely old man--his dark hair faded white as the mountain snow--his brow was wrinkled, and his tall figure bent downwards to the earth. More sketches by Russell appeared in the years that followed, and in The London Illustrated News assigned him to cover part of the visit of Edward, Prince of Wales, to New Brunswick.

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Sketches of New-Brunswick by Fisher, Peter Download PDF Ebook

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The glorious sun sunk brightly to his rest, but the rose cloud round his path seemed deepened to the hue of blood. The fire-flies now gleam through the air like living diamonds, and the evening star has opened her golden eye in the rich deep azure of the sky.

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The pearly moon was slowly rising in the blue aether, when Kenneth Gordon approached his home. Events like these have a saddening influence on the mind, and the gloom for Conrad's sudden death hung heavy o'er us--Ella's mourning was long and deep.

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The writing was nearly effaced, and the signature of Marion Gordon was alone distinguishable. Their early home, with its thousand ties of love, cannot be all forgotten. Beyond the utmost verge of the limits which the white settlers had yet dared to encroach on the red owners of the soil, stood the humble dwelling of Kenneth Gordon, a Scotch emigrant, whom necessity had driven Sketches of New-Brunswick book the blue hills and fertile vallies of his native land, to seek a shelter in the tangled mazes of the forests of the Sketches of New-Brunswick book world.

Croix, but that another river, more to the westward, might have been intended. Later Russell was apprenticed to a dry goods firm in London, and became a junior clerk for a glove manufacturer. After the disappearance of the snow, some time must elapse ere the land be in a fit state for sowing, consequently fencing, and such like, is now the farmer's employment, either around the new clearings, or in repairing those which have fallen or Sketches of New-Brunswick book removed during the winter.

While we sat in silence, thinking of Conrad's absence, a dog's mournful Sketches of New-Brunswick book sounded near--it grew louder, and attracted our attention. When he had finished, a young warrior, whose light and graceful limbs might well have been a sculptor's model, stood forward to speak.

Three years passed away--little change had been among us, save that some of our aged were gone, and the young had risen around us. The spirit voices of the land of his childhood called him back--he obeyed their spell, and just at the time his labours would have been repaid, he left, and, with all the money he could procure, paid his passage to England, where he soon after died in the workhouse of his parish.

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In this country we have a specimen of every climate at its utmost boundary of endurance; in summer we have breathless days of burning heat shining on in shadowless splendour of sunlight; but it is in the getting up of a winter's scene that New Brunswick is perfect. The better feelings of the human heart all lie dormant in the Indian character, and are but seldom called into action.

He cut down with much trouble some of the ancient pines which long stood in the centre of his best field, and from their giant trunks cut well-seasoned blocks, with which he made shingles in the stormy days of winter. For years Russell pursued his interest in art while eking out a living as a bookkeeper.

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