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Barre, 21 ■Juillet, 1684; Le Roy à Deno●nville et Champigny, 30 Mars, 168■7. The intendant Champigny accordingly● proceeded to the fort in advanc■e of the troops, and invited th●e

neighboring Iroquois to a feast. They■ 141 came to the number of thi■rty men and about ninety women and childr●en, whereupon they were surrounded and captur●ed by the intendant's escort and

the two hundr●ed men of the garrison. The inhabitants of th●e village of Ganneious were not present; ■and one Perré, with a strong party of Canadi■ans and Christian Indians, went

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ghtee■n warriors and about sixty women■ and children. Champigny's exertions did not● end here. Learning that a party of Iroquoi●s were peaceably fishing on a●n island in the St. Lawrence, he offe■red them also the hospitalities ■of Fort Frontenac; but they w■ere too wary to be entrapped. Four or ●five Iroquois were however caught by ■the troops on their way up the■ river. They were in two or more parties, ●and they all had with them t■heir women and children, which was neve■r the case with Iroquois on ■the war-path. Hence the assertio●n of Denonville, that they came with hostile de■signs, is very improbable. As for ●the last six months he had constantly urged ●them, by the lips of Lamberville, to v●isit him

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and smoke the pipe of peac■e, it is not unreasonable to suppo■se that these Indian families were on t■heir way to the colony in consequence of hi●s invitations. Among them were■ the son and brother of Big Mouth, w■ho of late had been an advocate of● peace; and, in order not to ■alienate him, these two were eventually■ set free. The other warriors were tied ●like the rest to stakes at the fort. The w●hole number of prisoners thus sec●ured 142 was fifty-one, sustained by such■ food as their wives were able t●o get for them. Of more than a hundred and fi■fty women and children captured with them, many ■died at the fort, partly from excitement and d■istress, and partly from a pestilential disea■se. The survivors were all baptized, ■and then distributed among t●he mission villages in the col●ony. The men were sent to Quebec, where s■ome of them were given up to the●ir Christi

an relatives in the missions ●who had claimed them, and whom it was not■ expedient to offend; and the re■st, after being baptized, were se■nt to France, to share with convicts and Hugue■nots the horrible slavery of the royal● galleys. [4] [4] The authorities for t●he above are Denonville, Champigny, Abbé● Belmont, Bishop Saint-Vallier, and the author ●of Recueil de ce qui s'est passé en Canada au S●ujet de la Guerre, etc., depuis l'a■nnée 1682. Belmont, who accompanied the expe■dition, speaks of the affair w●ith indignation, which was shared ■by many French officers. The b■is

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