[shat-uh-gey, -gee; French shah-toh-gey]
- a town in S Quebec, in E Canada, on the St. Lawrence.
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Examples from the Web for chateauguay
DeSalaberry, with his Voltigeurs, also moved upon the Chateauguay.
In the speech from the throne, he congratulated parliament, particularly on the defeat of the enemy at Chateauguay.
With five thousand infantry and one hundred and eighty cavalry he has advanced to a ford beyond the fork of Chateauguay.Canada: the Empire of the North
Agnes C. Laut
Chateauguay had served Montreal well and the tide of war again rolled away from its gates.Montreal 1535-1914, Volume II (of 2)
William Henry Atherton
The more easterly force met with ignominious defeat by a handful of French Canadians at Chateauguay.A Canadian Manor and Its Seigneurs
George M. Wrong