gaspe—that was the ultima Thule to which Mattingley and Carterette had gone.
When the Captain took his observation we had only sailed 190 miles from gaspe.
The peninsula of gaspe, with a line of fishing settlements all along the coast, had but two mails each year.
When the Antoine struck the sunken iceberg she was not more than one hundred and twenty miles from the coast of gaspe.
It was then we learned that sealed orders had been given the Captain to rendezvous at gaspe Basin.
His chin dropped on his breast, and a cloud like a fog on the coast of gaspe settled round him.
Across there you might see, but the storm darkens everything, yonder toward gaspe, where the little mother lived—pauvre mêre.
She had divined his intention, and though she was in the dark as to the motive, she saw that he meant to go to gaspe.
Since the previous autumn, when Wolfe and Hardy had laid waste the coast of gaspe, the supply of sea-fish had almost failed.
The language spoken by these gaspe Indians is manifestly of the Iroquois type.