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200 examples of  ontario  in sentences

200 examples of ontario in sentences

It is a high region, from which numerous rivers take their rise to wander away through gorges and narrow valleys, sometimes rushing down rapids, plunging over precipices, or moving in deep sluggish currents, some to Ontario, some to the St. Lawrence, some to Champlain, and some to seek the ocean, through the valley of the Hudson.

COMBINATION EXCURSION OR Round Trip Tickets, | | | | Valid during the entire season, and embracing Ithaca | | headwaters of Cayuga LakeNiagara Falls, Lake Ontario, the | | River St. Lawrence, Montreal, Quebec, Lake Champlain, Lake | |

Ithacaheadwaters of Cayuga LakeNiagara Falls, Lake | | Ontario, the River St. Lawrence, Montreal, Quebec, Lake | | Champlain, Lake George, Saratoga, the White Mountains, and | | all principal points of interest in Northern New York, the | | Canadas, and New England.

Ithacaheadwaters of Cayuga LakeNiagara Falls, Lake | | Ontario, the River St. Lawrence, Montreal, Quebec, Lake | | Champlain, Lake George, Saratoga, the White Mountains, and | | all principal points of interest in Northern New York, the | | Canadas, and New England.

Ithacaheadwaters of Cayuga LakeNiagara Falls, Lake | | Ontario, the River St. Lawrence, Montreal, Quebec, Lake | | Champlain, Lake George, Saratoga, the White Mountains, and | | all principal points of interest in Northern New York, the | | Canadas, and New England.

Ithacaheadwaters of Cayuga LakeNiagara Falls, Lake | | Ontario, the River St. Lawrence, Montreal, Quebec, Lake | | Champlain, Lake George, Saratoga, the White Mountains, and | | all principal points of interest in Northern New York, the | | Canadas, and New England.

Ithacaheadwaters of Cayuga LakeNiagara Falls, Lake | | Ontario, the River St. Lawrence, Montreal, Quebec, Lake | | Champlain, Lake George, Saratoga, the White Mountains, and | | all principal points of interest in Northern New York, the | | Canadas, and New England.

Ithacaheadwaters of Cayuga LakeNiagara Falls, Lake | | Ontario, the River St. Lawrence, Montreal, Quebec, Lake | | Champlain, Lake George, Saratoga, the White Mountains, and | | all principal points of interest in Northern New York, the | | Canadas, and New England.

Then, with the peopling of Ontario by the United Empire Loyalists and the growth of the Maritime Provinces on the other side, Quebec could have entered Carleton's proposed Confederation in the nineties to her own and every one else's best advantage.

The Emigrant Society of Montreal paints the result during the whole period of the famine in language not easily to be forgotten: "From Grosse Island up to Port Sarnia, along the borders of our great river, on the shores of Lakes Ontario and Erie, wherever the tide of immigration has extended are to be found one unbroken chain of graves where repose fathers and mothers, sisters and brothers, in a commingled heapno stone marking the spot.

When Bill Cavers got drunk, and spent in one grand, roaring spree all the money which he and his wife and Libby Anne had saved for their trip to Ontario, there were those who said that he went through six hundred dollars that one night, making a rough guess at the amount.

Pearl wore her best brown silk dress, with a lace collar and cuff set contributed the Christmas before by her Aunt Kate from Ontario, and at her waist, one of the doctor's roses.

But I got married youngwe were brought up to think if we did not get marriedwe were rather disgraced, and in our little town in Ontario, men were scarcethey had all come West.

"You know the laws of this Province are different from what they are in Ontario.

In Canada the French of Ontario province made vigorous protest against efforts to Anglicize them.

Canada was then divided into the Upper and Lower Provinces, the former extending westward from Montreal, along the shores of the St. Lawrence and Lake Ontario, to Lake Huron and the Detroit River.

England's naval armament on the American stations, Halifax, Newfoundland, Jamaica and the Leeward Islands, then consisted of five ships-of-the-line, nineteen frigates, forty-one brigs and sixteen schooners and some armed vessels on Lakes Ontario and Erie, with several others building.

At midsummer, hostile demonstrations had been made on Lake Ontario and on the St. Lawrence frontier.

There was only one American war-vessel (the Oneida) on Lake Ontario.

About the 20th of July, Fernando's company joined the regiment of Colonel Bellinger at Sackett's Harbor, at the eastern end of Lake Ontario.

ALGONQUIN PARK, ONTARIO, August 31, 1907.

In the winter of 1903 I saw two deer thus killed on Smoke Lake, Nipissing, Ontario.

In another region, including a part of Algonquin Park, in Ontario, I have the records of several deer killed by wolves in a single winter; and in every case the wolf slipped up behind his game and cut the femoral artery, or the inner side of the hind leg, and then drew back quietly, allowing the deer to bleed to death.

"From Sarnia, Ontario," the red-coat answered.

"He 'm not as big as Lake Ontario. S'pose

It would stand to reason that they'd be only too glad to cut for it, after getting possession of Percy's fine new aeroplane, and by keeping on north, reach Lake Ontario, and perhaps fly across to Canada, where they'd be safe.

"Then you can see it?" asked the other, himself more than anxious, because of the fact that the fleeing bank robbers who had stolen the biplane of Percy Carberry apparently intended to escape over the line into Canada, even if to accomplish their purpose they had to daringly cross Lake Ontario, many miles wide, a feat as yet only successfully done by one or two bold fliers of national repute.

Well did he know the chances he and his chum were taking in thus dropping upon the heaving surface of such a tremendous body of water as Lake Ontario.

When, therefore, Andy gave a sudden shout, and announced that he believed he had seen the smoke of the tug wreathing above the waves, all of them looked considerably relieved, even Casper himself; for on second thoughts the yeggman must have decided that it was better to be alive and in prison, than dead, and under the waters of Lake Ontario.

At its north-east end it communicates with Lake Ontario and the Canadian shores, by the gut or strait of Niagara.

Born at Columbus, Ontario, May 4, 1862.

The Cooperative League of America, New York, N.Y. The Canadian Cooperator. Brantford, Ontario, Canada.

In its short course it takes care of the overflow of Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron and Erie, and as it discharges the waters of these lakes into Lake Ontario, it falls 334 feet, or more than ten feet to the mile.

Its lake coast line extends 200 miles on Lake Ontario and 75 miles on Lake Erie.

right it is seen what the United States propose to give them besides the sum of $202,000, which will be due from the purchasers of their occupant right to the Senecas, and $9,600 to the Tuscaroras for their title to 1,920 acres of land in Ontario County, N.Y., exclusive of the 5,000 acres above mentioned.

It has been said, however, that one is building on Lake Ontario by the English, and intended for the revenue service, but he does not know what truth there is in this statement.

The colored settlements at Dawn, Colchester, Elgin, Dresden, Windsor, Sandwich, Queens, Bush, Wilberforce, Hamilton, St. Catherines, Chatham, Riley, Anderton, Maiden, Gonfield, were all in Southern Ontario.

Consequently, "partly owing to this prejudice, and partly to their own preference, the colored people, acting under the provision of the law that allowed them to have separate schools, set up their own schools in Sandwich and in many other parts of Ontario".

In many States well sustained efforts for municipal suffrage have been made, and, as if in rebuke to the conservatism, or worse, of this great Republic, this right of municipal suffrage is already enjoyed in the province of Ontario, Canada, and throughout the island of Great Britain by unmarried women to the same extent as by men, there being the same property qualification required of each.

Lake Ontario is 180 miles in length and 55 in breadth, containing 6,300 square miles.

In 1858, the salt-trade of the Lakes amounted to more than six hundred thousand barrels, most of which was shipped from the port of Oswego on Lake Ontario.

The Report shows that the cost of the work for vessels of one thousand tons burden would be twelve million dollars,and that it would cut off a distance nearly equal to the whole length of Lakes Erie and Ontario, thus saving from three hundred and fifty to four hundred miles of navigation.

All the streams which empty into Lake Superior, those of the north shore of Lake Huron, the west shore of Lake Michigan as far as Lake Winnebago, and all the streams of Lake Ontario, contain the Speckled Trout (Salmo Fontinalis); while they are not found in the streams on the southern coasts of Lake Michigan, or (so far as we know) in the streams of Lake Erie.

After visiting Sodus Bay, on Lake Ontario, it was finally resolved to locate this company's works near Geneva, on the banks of Seneca Lake.

He also stated that three distinct hacks of an axe, of the ordinary size, were found, in cutting down an oak, at the same period, in Ontario County.

The vowels i, o, carry the same meaning, evidently, that they do in Ontario and Ohio, where they are an exclamatory description for beautiful scenery.

Some disadvantage as well as sport was occasioned on business men, who resided on the confines of Ontario and Genesee Counties.

If a man in Ontario County had a suspicion that an officer was on his track, he had only to step over the line into Genesee, to be beyond the power of an officer's precept.

After long petitioning, the inhabitants of that section succeeded in having the new county of Monroe set off from Genesee and Ontario Counties, in 1821, which gave a new impulse to the business interests of the already flourishing town, which had heretofore labored under some disadvantages in consequence of having all public business done at Canandaigua or Batavia.

" On the 22nd day of April, 1810, our party set sail in a large schooner from Fort-George, or Niagara Town, and in two days crossed Lake Ontario to Kingston, at the head of the river St. Lawrence, distant from Niagara about 200 miles.

"I took him before the winter came, and I've been holding him at our village on Lake Ontario.

He believed they were not far from Lake Ontario, and he had no doubt that Montcalm had prepared some fell stroke.

Almost before he could realize it they had emerged from the deep woods and he looked again upon the vast, shining reaches of Lake Ontario.

Already he heard the crackling fire of musketry from the Indians who, sheltered in the edge of the forest, were sending bullets against the stout logs of Fort Ontario, but which could offer small resistance to cannon.

2. The Hudson, the Mohawk, Lake Ontario, and the Niagara River.

3. The third was to start from Albany, go up the Mohawk, and down the Oswego River to Lake Ontario, and along its shores to the Niagara River.

The officer in command did not take his army further than Oswego on Lake Ontario.

A provincial officer named Bradstreet destroyed Fort Frontenac on Lake Ontario.

At 3 P.M., I was again steaming away on Lake Ontario, which soon spreads out into an open sea.

Their numbers were small, for they were never able to put two thousand warriors in the field, and their country was limited, for their villages were scattered over the tract which lies between Lake Champlain and Lake Ontario.

They were addressed to "Miss Mabel Wilkes, Highland, Ontario, Canada, Care of Captain Wilkes.

She is the daughter of Captain Wilkes, of Highland, Ontario.

Take the first G.T. train for Highland, Ontario, and find her father, Captain Wilkes.

We were in one of my good, old reliable Franklin cars, and from Ontario to Riverside we bucked a strong head wind that was cold and pitiless.

FOOTNOTES: [Footnote K: By recent legislation in Ontario, she is deprived of her right of dower in wild lands.

1850 Ontario School suffrage, women married and single.

1884 Ontario Municipal suffrage.

FOWLER THE SPIRIT OF CHRIST BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Charles H. Fowler, Methodist Episcopal divine, was born 1837 in Burford, Ontario, Canada, was educated at Syracuse University and the Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, Ill.

Q. What two Lakes on the west? A. Ontario and Erie.

Q. What large River flows northeast from Lake Ontario? A. St. Lawrence River.

Where is Lake Erie? Q. Where is Lake Ontario?

What Waterfall between Lakes Erie and Ontario?

Lake Ontario North of the United States.

We had previously determined on visiting the Tuscarora village, an Indian settlement about eight miles down the river, and not far from Ontario.

He went to Lewiston, whence he intended to cross into Canada, and to walk along the shores of Ontario; whilst I made the best of my way back through the woods to Manchester.

ยฉ 13Jul25, A861376. R113006, 5Jun53, Rand McNally & Co. (PCB) Indexed pocket map, tourists' and shippers' guide of Ontario.

EDWARD J. Lake Ontario.

POUND, ARTHUR. Lake Ontario.

AI in Star weekly, Toronto, Ontario, June 14, 1947.

Rainy River Country: a brief history of the region bordering Minnesota and Ontario.

A Summer Citizen of the United States east of the plains and south of Ontario and Minnesota; travels far south in winter.

The river Niagara takes its rise in the western extremity of Lake Erie, and, after flowing about thirty-four miles, empties itself into Lake Ontario.

THE GIRL AND THE SCALP About the middle of the seventeenth century there lived on the shores of Lake Ontario a Wyandot girl so beautiful that she had for suitors nearly all the young men of her tribe; but while she rejected none, neither did she favor any one in particular.

" Concerning the Missasaguas of Ontario, Chamberlain writes (145), that in former times, "when a chief desired to marry, he caused all the marriageable girls in the village to come together and dance before him.

One result of this great turmoil of conquest and immigration has been that, in certain parts of America, the lines of cleavage of race are so far from coinciding with the lines of cleavage of speech that they run at right angles to themas in the four communities of Ontario, Quebec, Havti, and Jamaica.

Lake Erie was very like a whale; Lake Ontario was a seal; and Italy was a boot.

When the time for the trial arrived, the District Attorney, fearing the result, if the decision were left to a jury drawn from Miss Anthony's enlightened county, transferred the trial to the Ontario County term, in June, 1873.

Member of Women's Art Club, London, Ontario.

"A detachment of the enemy was defeated by Colonel Broadstreet on the river Onondaga; on the other hand, the small forts of Ontario and Oswego were reduced by the French" (Lord Stanhope, "History of England," c. 33).]

In spite of the untoward conditions, emigration continued unabated, and in 1875, in the population of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, it was calculated that the Irish numbered 846,414 as compared with 706,369 English and 549,946 Scotch (Hatton, quoted by Davin in The Irishman In Canada).

We once had on board from Lockport west, a party of emigrants from England to Ontario.

I suppose that their descendants are in Ontario yet, or scattered out on the prairies of Western Canada.

So in Ontario and Quebec in 1906, and in Tasmania in 1901.

2.50 1.00 Toronto Mail and Empire ................. w Ind. .85 2.00 Toronto Mail and Empire (In Prov. of Ontario and city of Montreal 3.50) ..............

LONDON (30), the cap. of Middlesex county, Ontario, near the S. end of the peninsula, in the middle of a fertile district, and a rising place.

NEW YORK (5,997), the foremost State in the American Union in population, wealth, commerce, and manufactures, the twenty-fifth in area, and is about the size of England; is triangular in shape, with a north-western base on Lakes Erie and Ontario, and an eastern apex reaching the Atlantic between Connecticut (N.) and New Jersey (S.).

2, Capital (163), of Monroe County, New York, on the Genesee River, near Lake Ontario, 67 m. NE. of Buffalo; is a spacious and well-appointed city, with a university, theological seminary, &c.; has varied and flourishing manufactures.

Bradstreet captured Fort Frontenac, on Lake Ontario.

The largest of the compound engines is named Ontario, and has a vertical low pressure cylinder 36 inches in diameter, and an inclined high pressure cylinder 17ยฝ inches in diameter; the stroke of both being five feet.

The Ontario is designed to run at a maximum speed of 33 revolutions a minute; and the service required of it is to run regularly 144 hours a week, without a stop, which is performed with the utmost regularity.