But we regret that jacques cartier appears to have made no stay at Tutonaguy.
Where did jacques cartier land on the island of Montreal in 1535?
In fine, jacques cartier was a noble specimen of a mariner, in an age when a maritime spirit prevailed.
The French then took up their old quarters at jacques cartier.
jacques cartier accurately determined the breadth of its mouth ninety miles across.
We meet outlaws on a rocky island three hundred miles away, and they show themselves at the mouth of the jacques cartier river.
Start with jacques cartier, ancient mariner of Dieppe, in the year 1535.
jacques cartier called it St. Nicolas, and it is now almost the only place still bearing the name he gave.
On the 19th of May jacques cartier embarked, and started on his voyage with fair wind and weather.
If Norumbega really existed, the expedition of jacques cartier in 1535 seemed likely to find it.