For instance, in some parts of the Hudson's Bay territory, the voyageur is allowed eight pounds of buffalo-meat per diem!
How unlike the denizen of the desert, the voyageur of the prairie sea!
Thither came the voyageur and the trader to spend the winter of their lives in the little world of Assineboine.
From the mixed gibberish of the voyageur, I could gather his meaning well enough.
He was in Europe as a voyageur only, and it was while the salary was five hundred guineas more than at present.
The voyageur possessed it, in common with all his countrymen.
Why, I am thriving on it—growing like a young walrus, eating like a Canadian voyageur, and sleeping like a top!
The day of the voyageur was gone, and lines of steamboats crowded its wharf.
It was a man,” the voyageur answered, “and he was swimming this way.
And with equal promptness came the “Eight hundred” of the voyageur.