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Página 3 - Knight of the most ancient and most noble Order of the Thistle...
Página 12 - GALOPS CANAL Length of canal 7£ miles. Number of locks 3 Dimensions of locks 200 feet by 45 feet. Total rise, or lockage 15.,
Página 10 - Total rise or lockage 16 feet. Depth of water on sills 9 " Breadth of canal at bottom.. 100 " Breadth of canal at water surface 110 " This canal overcomes the Carillon rapids. From Ste. Anne's...
Página 11 - Total rise, or lockage 11J feet. Depth of water on sills 9 " Breadth of canal at bottom 50 " Breadth of canal at surface of water 90 " From the head of Farran's Point Canal to the foot of Rapide Plat Canal there is a navigable stretch of 10J miles.
Página 6 - Breadth of canal at bottom ........................... 80 " Breadth of canal at water surface .................. 120 " This canal extends from the City of Montreal to the Village of Lachine, overcoming the St. Louis Eapids, the first series of rapids which bars the ascent of the Eiver St. Lawrence. They are 986 miles distant from the Straits of Belle-He.
Página 31 - Lachine canal, the navigation section of the lower River Ottawa, and the Ottawa canals, to the city of Ottawa; thence by the River Rideau and the Rideau canal to Kingston, on Lake Ontario — a total distance of 245| miles.
Página 28 - At St. Ours', fourteen miles from Sorel, the River Richelieu is divided by a small island into two channels. The St. Ours Lock, is in the eastern channel. There is a navigable depth of 7 feet between St. Ours Lock, and Chambly Basin, a distance of thirty-two miles.
Página 73 - P300.000 has been begun, and It Is expected that the building will be ready for occupation at the opening of the regular school year In June.
Página 27 - Richelieu, 46 miles below Montreal, extends along the River Richelieu, through the St. Ours Lock to the basin of Chambly, thence by the Chambly Canal to St. Johns and the River Richelieu and Lake Champlain.
Página 3 - ... the Peerage of the United Kingdom, Baron Dufferin and Clandeboye, of Ballyleidy and Killeleagh, in the County Down, in the Peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet, Knight of the Most Illustrious Order of...

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