The Poetical Works of William Henry Drummond

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The Poetical Works
of
William Henry Drummond

With an Introduction by
Louis Fréchette

And an Appreciation by
Neil Munro

G. P. Putnam's Sons
New York and London
The Knickerbocker Press
1912

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • William Henry Drummond v
  • Introduction xxi
  • Preface xxvii
  • Contents xxix
  • The Habitant 1
  • The Wreck of the "Julie Plante"--A Legend of Lac St. Pierre 7
  • Le Vieux Temps 9
  • "De Papineau Gun"--An Incident of the Canadian Rebellion of 1837 18
  • How Bateese Came Home 21
  • De Nice Leetle Canadienne 30
  • 'Poleon Doré.--A Tale of the Saint Maurice 32
  • De Notaire Publique 39
  • A Canadian Voyageur's Account of the Nile Expedition--"Maxime Labelle" 42
  • Memories 49
  • Phil-O-Rum Juneau--A Story of the "Chasse Gallerie" 52
  • De Bell of Saint Michel 63
  • Pelang 65
  • Mon Choual "Castor" 70
  • Ole Tam on Bord-A Plouffe 75
  • The Grand Seigneur 80
  • M'sieu Smit', the Adventures of an Englishman in the Canadian Woods 82
  • When Albani Sang 91
  • De Camp on De "Cheval Gris" 98
  • De Stove Pipe Hole 104
  • "De Snowbird" 110
  • The Habitant's Jubilee Ode 113
  • Ole Docteur Fiset 118
  • Johnnie Courteau 122
  • The Corduroy Road 125
  • The Curé of Calumette 131
  • The Oyster Schooner 137
  • My Leetle Cabane 140
  • Bateese the Lucky Man 144
  • The Hill of St. Sebastien 145
  • Marie Louise 149
  • The Old House and the New 153
  • The Canadian Country Doctor 158
  • Mon Frere Camille 163
  • The Habitant's Summer 169
  • Little Lac Grenier (gren-Yay) 175
  • The Windigo 177
  • National Policy 187
  • Autumn Days 190
  • Madeleine Vercheres 192
  • The "Rose Delima" 199
  • Little Mouse 210
  • Strathcona's Horse (dedicated to Lord Strathcona) 212
  • Johnnie's First Moose 214
  • The Old Pine Tree (dedicated to the St. George Snowshoe Club) 218
  • Little Bateese 220
  • Donal' Campbell 222
  • The Dublin Fusilier 225
  • Dreams 229
  • The Old Sexton 231
  • Child Thoughts--Written to Commemorate the Anniversary of My Brother Tom's Birthday 235
  • Bateese and His Little Decoys 237
  • Phil-O-Rum's Canoe 242
  • The Log Jam 246
  • The Canadian Magpie 252
  • The Red Canoe 255
  • Two Hundred Years Ago 256
  • The Voyageur 259
  • Bruno the Hunter 262
  • Pride 265
  • Dieudonné (god-Given) 272
  • The Devil 273
  • The Family Laramie 281
  • Yankee Families 282
  • The Last Portage 286
  • Getting On 288
  • Pioneers 292
  • Natural Philosophy 297
  • Champlain 300
  • Getting Stout 310
  • Doctor Hilaire 313
  • Barbotte (bull-Pout) 320
  • The Rossignol Air--"Sur La Montagne" 322
  • Meb-Be 325
  • Snubbing (tying-Up) the Raft 327
  • A Rainy Day in Camp 332
  • Josette 335
  • Joe Boucher Air--"Car Si Mon Moine." 337
  • Charmette 340
  • Lac Souci 342
  • Poirier's Rooster 345
  • Dominique 349
  • Home 352
  • Canadian Forever 355
  • Twins 357
  • Keep Out of the Weeds 359
  • The Holy Island 362
  • The Rivière Des Prairies 367
  • The Wind That Lifts the Fog 372
  • The Fox Hunt 374
  • The Great Fight 379
  • Victoria Square--An Idyll 384
  • Marriage 387
  • We'Re Irish Yet 392
  • Chibougamou 394
  • The First Robin 401
  • Bloom--A Song of Cobalt 406
  • The Boy from Calabogie 407
  • The Calcite Vein--A Tale of Cobalt 409
  • Pierre Leblanc (dedicated to the Hon. Peter White) 413
  • Silver Lake Camp 418
  • The Tale of a Cocktail 419
  • The Land We Live in and the Land We Left 422
  • Deer-Hunting--(by an Expert) 423
  • "He Only Wore a Shamrock" 425
  • The Godbout 427
  • Doonside 430
  • The Spanish Bird 431
  • Boule 432
  • Cauda Morrhuae 437
  • Index to Titles 441
  • Index to First Lines 445
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