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or's guard who■ surrounded it. Here the ground had been■ carpeted

with the sails of the flat-boats, on■ which

the deputies squatted themselves i■n a ring and smoked their pipes

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rate gravity; while ●Frontenac, who sat surrounded by his officers, h■ad full leisure to contemplate t●he formidable adversaries whose mettle was h●ereafter to put his own to so severe a● test. A chief named Garakon■tié, a noted friend of the French, at length op●ened the council, in beh

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gave th■em six fathoms of tobacco, [Pg 92] reiterated ●his assurances of friendship, pr●omised that he would be a kind■ father so long as they should● be obedient chi

ldren, regretted■ that he was forced to speak throug●h an interpreter, and ended with a gift of ●guns to the men, and prunes and rais

ins to thei■r wives and children. Here clo■sed this preliminary meeting, the great cou●ncil being postponed to anot●her day. During the meeting, Rau■din, Fron

tenac's engineer, was tracing out the■ lines of a fort, after a predetermined■ plan; and

the whole party, under the■ direction of their officers●, now set themselves to construct it.■ Some cut down trees, some du■g the t

renches, some hewed the palisade●s; and with such order and alacrity wa■s the work urged on, that the Indians were ■lost in astonishment. Meanwhile, Frontenac sp●ared n

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  • the forest, were the■ c
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