The coast of Anticosti is cheerless, and it is possible even to tire of sun and water.
The passage from St. Paul to Anticosti is at times dangerous.
But Black Tarboe himself was down at Anticosti, waiting for a certain merchantman.
Anticosti, an island of Canada, in the mouth of the St. Lawrence, 125 miles long by 30 miles broad.
The species is found in Newfoundland, Labrador, Anticosti, and westward and northward.
One of the ships was wrecked on the island of Anticosti, and William Longfellow, 299 with nine of his comrades, was drowned.
By a singular want of judgment, moreover, he chose to follow the channel north of the Island of Anticosti.
That district all the way down to the west end of the island of Anticosti was known as the "King's Domains."
Anticosti was sighted by Jacques Cartier in 1534, and named Assomption.
Anticosti, a barren rocky island in the estuary of St Lawrence, frequented by fishermen, and with hardly a permanent inhabitant.