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" powerless; and Colden said that this great expedition " ended in a Scold between the French General and an old Indian." The Illinois were abandoned to"\\ their fate, and the French army ingloriously returned. Governor Dongan was already in New York and... "
A History of the New York Iroquois: Now Commonly Called the Six Nations - Page 249
by William Martin Beauchamp - 1905 - 336 pages
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The history of the five indian nations of Canada

Cadwallader Colden - 1747
...Expedition (which was to ftrike the Terror of the French Name into the ftubborn Hearts of the Five Nations) ended in a Scold between the French General and an old Indian. CHAP. V. 'The Englifh attempt to trade in the Lakes, and the French attack the Senekas. CHAP. French...
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The History of the Five Indian Nations: Of Canada, which are Dependent on ...

Cadwallader Colden - 1755
...Expedition (which was to itrike the Terror of the French Name into the ftubborn Hearts of the Five Nations) ended in a Scold between the French General and an old Indian. C H AP. V. The Englifh attempt to to trade in the Lakes, and • the French attack the Senekas. T....
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PIONEER HISTORY OF THE HOLLAND PURCHASE OF WESTREN NEW YORK: EMBRACING SOME ...

O. TURNER - 1850
...(which was to strike the terror of the French name, into the stubborn hearts of the Five Nations,) ended in a scold between the French General and an old Indian.' 7 * EXPEDITION OF DE NONVILLE AGAINST THE SÉNECAS IN 1687 The Marquis de NONVÏLLE, a colonel in the...
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Count Frontenac, Volume 3

William Dawson Le Sueur - Canada - 1906 - 382 pages
...expedition (which was to strike terror of the French name into the stubborn hearts of the Five Nations) ended in a scold between the French general and an old Indian.” 186 of about five hundred men, drawn from the Hurons, Ottawas, and other neighbouring tribes. Accompanying...
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Bulletin, Issue 78

1905
...sell what we please. If your Allies be your Slaves, use them as such." De la Barre was enraged but powerless; and Colden said that this great expedition...returned. Governor Dongan was already in New York and had something to say on these affairs, though not always wisely; and Arnold Viele, his deputy at Onomlaga,...
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