Frontenac et Palluau
- Comte de (kɔ̃t də). title of Louis de Buade . 1620–98, governor of New France (1672–82; 1689–98)
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Examples from the Web for frontenac
Frontenac, on his part, was the most wayward and headstrong of men.
Governor Frontenac gave his most cordial approval to the gigantic plan.
Several boats laden with supplies bound from Frontenac to Niagara were lost in tempests on the lake.
He went back to Frontenac a disappointed but indomitable man, and the enterprise was for the time relinquished.
We have no detailed account of the long voyage back to Frontenac, or of the return voyage to the mouth of the Chicago River.