w●ith some interest at the long row of● humble dwellings which lined the bank, the mass●ive buildings of the Seminary, an■d the spire of the church pre■dominant over all. It was a rude scene, but■ the greeting that awaited him savo■red nothing of the rough simplicity● of the wilderness. Perrot, the local■ governor, was on the shore with his sol●diers and
fort of oratory from one of the prie■sts. Te Deum followed, in thanks for hi■s arrival; and then he took refuge in the ■fort. Here he remained thirteen days, ■busied with his preparations, orga■nizing the militia, soothing■ their mutual jealousies, and settling knotty● questions of rank and precedence. During t■his time, every means, as he de■clares, was used to prevent hi●m from proceeding; and among other devi●ces a rumor was s
et on foot that a Dutch flee■t, having just captured Bost■on, was on its way to attack Q●uebec.
Having s●ent men, canoes, and baggage, by land, to ●La Salle's old settlement of La Chine, Fr
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hich he had neve●r before seen, he gazed, we may suppose,
o■ntenac himself followed on the twent■y-eighth of Jun