His boat was just turning to drift up in midstream, off Sillery Point, which is only half a mile above the Foulon.
The Sillery was perfect; and not a wish remained ungratified.
But May thought their morning at Sillery the climax of all the delights of Quebec.
That is Sillery, said Kate, in reply to Mays eager enquiries.
He was wounded at the battle of Sillery, April 28, 1760, and three years later was placed on half-pay as a lieutenant.
From July 15 to 17 their attacks on Sillery were likewise repulsed.
The way down, however, was even more difficult than at Sillery.
"That is the battery they call Sillery," the midshipman said.
The drive from Reims to Sillery has nothing attractive about it.
After skirting a large estate, the trees of which were destroyed by shell-fire, the tourist reaches Sillery.