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s alive with canoes a■nd wigwams, and troops of Montagnais s●avages, bringing their furs to market. ●Leave Tadoussac behind, and, em●barked in a sailboat or a ca●noe, fo

llow the northern coa●st. Far on the left, twenty miles a■way, the southern shore lies p●ale and dim, and mountain ranges wave th

eir fain●t outline along the sky. You pa●ss the beetling rocks of Mai Ba■y, a solitude but for the bark hut of some wan■dering I

ndian beneath the cliff; ■the Eboulements with their wild romantic● gorge, and foaming waterfalls; and the ■Bay of St. Paul with

its broad valley and its● woody mountains, rich with hidden store■s of iron. Vast piles of savage ver■dure border the mighty stre

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鯽t length the mountain of Cape Tour●mente upheaves its huge bulk from the boso●m of the water, shadowed by low●ering clouds, and dark with forests. Just bey■ond, begin t

he settlements of Laval’s va?/p>

鰏t seigniory of Beaupré, whi

ch ha●d not been forgotten in

the distribut●ion of emigran

ts, and which, in 1667, contai

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ne■d more inhabitants than Quebec itself. * The● r

. * In 1672, th

ibbon of rich meadow land that b

orders● that beautiful shore, was yellow with wheat ■ * The ce

nsus of 1667 gives to Qu■ebec o

nly 448 souls; C?te ● de Beaupré, 656; Beauport, 123; Island■ of Orle

ans, 529; other settlements i

nclud■ed under the government of Quebe■c, 1,011; C?te de Lauzon (

■south shore), 113; Trois Rivi?/p>

╮es and ■ its dependencies, 666; M●ontreal, 766. Both Beaupré and Isle ■ d’Orlea

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