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death of the Queen-Mother. For her we have
chanted, in accordance with the custom of our
Society, the most solemn service in our
power. All the authorities were present.

The 6th. At ten o'clock in the evening.
Father de Careil arrived ; we had sent a boat
to bring him hither.

We received four hundred and 80 Uvres
from Monsieur de Tracy to begin one of the
chapels of our Church, as we did not deem it
advisable to receive the said amount under
the title of Father B. Bardy's pension.

The nth. The st. Jean arrived, with
Father Andre Richard.

The 13th. A solemn service, with cha-
pelle ardente and a great number of hatch-
ments, etc., for the deceased Queen. Father
dablon pronounced the funeral oration, which
gave great satisfaction.

The 15th. Monsieur de Tracy was ad-
mitted as a member of the congregation, and
he himself waited upon the Sick in the
hospital.



Father Bardy
preaches.



Father Bruyas.



The Queen-mother

dead.



Father Etienne de
carheil.



500 livres given by

Monsieur de Tracy

for one of the

chapels.



Father Andri
Richard.



Funeral oration.



Monsieur De Tracy a
member of the
Congregation.



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tableau a si*, anne p.
Mr. de Tracy.



Nom du pere de
Carhetl.



retour du 5r Sorel.



Translation des

reliques, accident

aux Vrsulines.



Le 17. Mons"". de Tracy Monseig. I'Eues-
que auec le P. Bardy vont a s^^. Anne : on il
donne vn tres bean tablean ponr I'antel.

Le 19. Mons'". dn Bois Anmosnier du regi-
ment commence ceans les exercices spirituels

Le 22. le P. de Careil fait festin, dit
Iny mesme les mots et prend le nom d'Aon-
de'chete.

Le 28. Francois Peltier ariue, qui estoit
all6 auec Mons*". sorel ; il raporte qu'a deux
iourn^es d' Annie, ayant rencontre le Bastard
flamant et 3. autres qui ramenent le s*". de
Lerole &c. ils reuiennent tons auec eux sans
passer outre ; les sauuages sont picquez de ce
qu'aya^ pris le bastard &c. on ne les a pas
laiss6 a leur disposition,

Voila en mesme tems vne troupe de sonnon-
t^an et d'oiog^en de plus de cent personnes
70. hommes, le reste femmes et enfans, il y a
aussy deux ou 3. onnontager'.

Le 29. on a fait auiourdhuy la translation
des corps de s^ Flauian et de s*. Felicite,
auec grande solemnity, tons les prestres en
cbasubles ou chapes, les puissances portoient
le premier daiz. le plancher de I'Eglise des
vrsulines se rompit charge de la foule du
peuple & la sortie de la procession plusieurs
tombent dans la caue assez profonde personne
de blesse,

Le 30. La barque du sieur de la Motte



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197



The 17th. Monsieur de Tracy and
Monseigneur the Bishop went with Father
Bardy to ste. Anne, where the former pre-
sented a very fine painting for the altar. '^'^

The 19th. Monsieur du Bois, Chaplain of
the regiment, commenced his spiritual exer-
cises in our house.

The 22nd. Father de Careil gave a feast;
he himself made the speech and took the
name of Aonde'chete.

The 28th. Francois Peltier arrived; he
had gone with Monsieur sorel. He reported
that, at a distance of two days' journey from
Annie, they met the flemish Bastard and 3
others, who were bringing back sieur de
Lerole, and others. They all returned with
them, without going farther. The savages are
offended because, after taking the bastard and
others, we did not leave them at their disposal.

Here at the same time is a band from son-
nontwan and oiogwen, consisting of over one
hundred persons — 70 men, the remainder
women and children. There are also two or
3 onnontager'onons.

The 29th. On this day the translation of
the bodies of st. Flavianus and st. Felicitas
took place with great solemnity. All the
priests were in chasubles or copes. The
authorities carried the first canopy. The
floor of the ursulines' Church gave way,
under the weight of the crowd of people, as the
procession came out. Many fell into the vault,
which is rather deep; but no one was injured.

The 30th. Sieur de la Motte's bark



Picture at ste. anne,

giveti by Monsieur
de Tracy.



Father de CarheiVs
name.



Return of Sieur
Sorel.



Translation of the

relics.

Accident at the

Ursulines'.



198 LES RELA TIONS DES /^SUITES [Vol. 50



gesne pour enuoier
Les Lettres.



Le 31.



PP.fremin Et

Raffeix destinez a

goiog8en.



demande q. Les Iroq.
nous font.



leue I'ancre pour la france; nous n'escriuons
qu'un mot qu'il me fallut montrer a Mons^
de Tracy, qui desire que le cheualier de Chau-
mont par vne autre voye soit le porteur de
toutes les nouuelles. quod hactenus inaudi-
tum. on tient conseil dans n''^ pare ou il se
trouue de toutes les cinq nations Iroquoises.
les deux nations d'en hault fut present de 52.
colliers de pourcellenne.

SEPT.

Le 6. Mons^.deTracy conclud d'aller en per-
sonne a Annie auecmille ou 12 cent hommes.
ainsy la mission du P. Fremin et du P. Rafeix
qui deuoient aller a goiog^en est arrestee.

OnnonKenriteHi chef de sonnont^an icy en
personne, auec 3. autres Nous prennent en
particulier chez nous, le P. Chaumonot et
moy ; nous presentent un collier pour retenir
le bras d'Onnontio leue sur 1' Annie, nous
repondons 1°. que nous ne nous meslons point
d'affaires de guerre. 2°. que I'Annie est un
estourdy. 3°. qu'onnontio ne souffrira point
son insolens. 4°. que quoy qu'il ariue a Anni6
de la part d'onnontio; qu'ils sont tousiours
les bien venus &c.

Le sieur Couture ariue auec deux Annie
pour I'escorter: dont I'un est de la nation
neutre, chef de la brigade, qui a tue Mons*".
de Chasy.

Les sonnont^an et les Goiog^en se rembar-
quent assez satisfaits.



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weighed anchor for f ranee. We wrote but a Difficulty about

word, which I had to show to Monsieur de sending Letters.

Tracy, who desires that the chevalier de

Chaumont, who goes by another vessel, shall

be the bearer of all the news. Quod hactenus

inauditum. A council was held in our en- The jist.

closure, at which representatives from all

the five Iroquois nations were present.

The two nations who dwell above gave a

present of 52 porcelain collars.

SEPTEMBER.

The 6th. Monsieur de Tracy resolved to Fathers fremin And
go in person to Annie, with a thousand or 12 Raffeix assigned to
hundred men. Thus the mission of Father gotogwen.

Fremin and Father Rafeix, who were to go to
goiogwen, is stopped.

Onnonkenritewi, the chief of the sonnon- Request made to us
twan, who is here in person, with 3 others, ^y The Iroquois,
took Father Chaumonot and myself aside in
our house, and presented to us a collar to stay
Onnontio's arm raised against Annie. We
replied: ist, that we did not interfere in
affairs of war; 2nd, that the Annie is hot-
headed ; 3rd, that onnontio will not brook his
insolence; 4th, that whatever onnontio may
do at Annie, the Sonnontwan are always
welcome etc.

Sieur Couture arrived with two Anni6s
escorting him; one of them belongs to the
neutral nation, and is the chief of the band
that killed Monsieur de Chasy.

The sonnontwan and the Goiogwen reem-
barked, fairly satisfied.



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4 Ecclesiastiques de
Saint Sulpice.



six hommes pour La
guerre.



P. lag. marquette.



_$. hommes perdus.



armie de 1400 hoes.



Banc en n^* Eglise
pour La Compage.



Le 7. Le Moulin d'or ariue auec les 4.
Ecclesiastiques de s^ sulpice.

Le 8. nous donnons a disner a ces mes-
sieurs les Ecclesiast. nouuellem^ venus.

Le 14, Mons*". de Tracy, et Mons''. le
gouuerneur s'embarque^ pour la guerre auec
plus de 400 habitans, enfans du pais, volon-
taires &c. II m'a demand^ les PP. Albanel
et Raffeix; de nostre plein gre nous donnons
six hommes entr'autres Guillaume Boyuin &
Charles Boquet.

Le 20. Le P. lacques Marquette arriue en
bonne sant6, dans le 7°^^. vaisseau.

Le 30. Le P. Bardy et le P. Nouuel s'em-
barquent pour un voyage aux trois Riu.

OCTOBRE

le 5. Enfin le dernier vaisseau dit la for-
tune blanche, ariue apres auoir couru bien
des risques, perdu de ses anchres, eschoiie a 4.
lieiies d'icy; &c. et sur tout perdu 5. hommes
qui estant allez a terre vers Tadoussac ont
este pris comme on croit par les Iroquois.

Ce mesme iour nous apprenons de bonnes
nouuelles de I'arm^e qui est bien de 14. cent
hommes, Tons ces Messieurs se portent tres
bien. ils sont entrez dans le lac de Cham-
plain le 28 ou 29. du pass6. le temps est tres
beau.

Du sentiment de Mons"". de Tracy Antece-
denter, et de I'Auis de Mons''. L'Intendant



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201



The 7th. The ship Moulin (Tor arrived,
with 4 Ecclesiastics of st. sulpice.

The 8th. We gave a dinner to those
gentlemen, the recently-arrived Ecclesiastics.

The 14th. Monsieur de Tracy and Monsieur
the governor embarked to go to war with over
400 habitants, natives of the country, volun-
teers, and others. He asked me for Fathers
Albanel and Raffeix. Of our own accord we
gave six men — among others, Guillaume
Boyvin and Charles Boquet.

The 20th. Father Jacques Marquette ar-
rived, in good health, on the 7th ship.

The 30th. Father Bardy and Father
Nouvel embarked on a voyage to three
Rivers.

OCTOBER.

The 5th. Finally, the last ship, called the
fortune blanche^ arrived, after having encoun-
tered many dangers, — having lost her an-
chors, run aground 4 leagues from here,
etc., — and, above all, after losing 5 men, who
went ashore near Tadoussac, and are thought
to have been captured by the Iroquois.

On the same day, we received good news
of the army, which numbers fully 14 hundred
men. All the Gentlemen were in very good
health. They entered lake Champlain on the
28th or 29th of last month. The weather was
very fine.

In accordance with the opinion of Monsieur
de Tracy, Antecedenter, and with the Advice
of Monsieur The Intendant, We notified Mon-



4 Ecclesiastics of
Saint Sulpice.



Six men for The
war.



Father Jacques
marquette.



5 men lost.



Army of 1400 tnen.



Pew in our Church
for The Company.



202 LES RELA TIONS DES j£SUITES [Vol. 50

Nous donnons parole a Mons^. le Baroys d'un
banc pour Messieurs de la Compagnie dans n''^
nouuelle Eglise, toutefois sans consequence,
se pouuant faire qu'vne autre compagnie n'au-
roit pas les mesmes priuileges que celle cy.

le 9. Nous receuons de bonnes nouuelles
de rarm6e, qui sera partie le 3. ou 4. du fort
de s**. Anne, qui est quatre lieues dans le lac
champellain. Mons''. de Tracy en bonne sant6
&c.
P. Marquette. Le ID. Le P. lacques Marquette monte aux

trois Riu. pour estre escolier du P. Driiillettes
en la langue Montagnaise.
M. de Charny va En Le 1 7. trois vaisseaux leuent TAnchre
france. pour la france, Le s^ lean dans lequel s'em-

barque Mons''. de Charny auec toutes nos
letres, le s*. losepb par lequel i'escris aussy
en abreg6 au P. Ragueneau, et le Paon.

Le 18. Le Moulin d'or, qui doit conduire
Mons"". de la Poterie a I'Acadie et de la en
france; Le capitaine est charge d'une letre
pour le P. Ragueneau.

NOU.

10. hommes noyez au Le 5 . au soir Monsieur de Tracy retourne

Lac champiain. j'Anni^, auec ses troupes d'enuiron 13. cent
L armie revtent.

hommes y compris les sauuages a la reserue

de 9 ou 10 noyez dans le lac de champiain ; les

Annienguer. ayant pris la fuite au bruit des

tambours il a fait brusler les 4. bourgs auec

tous les bleds. il y auoit bien en tout 100.



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sieur le Baroys that there was a pew in our
new Church at the disposal of the Gentlemen
of the Company. This, however, is not to be
a precedent ; as it might happen that another
company would not have the same privileges
as this one.

The 9th. We received good news from the
army, which will have started on the 3rd or
4th from fort ste. Anne which is situated four
leagues up lake champellain. Monsieur de
Tracy is in good health, etc.

The loth. Father Jacques Marquette goes Father Marquette.
up to three Rivers, to be a pupil of Father
Driiillettes in the Montagnais language.

The 17th. Three ships weighed Anchor
for france — the st. Jean, on board of which
is Monsieur de Charny, with all our letters ;
the St. Joseph, by which I also write briefly
to Father Ragueneau; and the Paon.

The 1 8th. The Moulin d' or sailed, which is
to take Monsieur de la Poterie to Acadia, and
thence to france. The captain has charge of
a letter for Father Ragueneau.



Monsieur de Charny
sails For france.



NOVEMBER.

The 5th. In the evening, Monsieur de
Tracy returned from Anni6 with his troops, —
to the number of about 13 hundred men, in-
cluding the savages, — with the exception of
9 or 10, who were drowned in lake champlain.
The Anniengueronons took to flight on hear-
ing the noise of the drums. He caused the
4 villages to be burned, with all the corn;
there were fully 100 large cabins in all.



10 men drowned in
Lake champlain.
The army returns.



204 LES RELA TIONS DES /^SUITES [Vol. 50



TV Deumpro
victoria.



gabarre perdUe.



grandes cabanes ; on a apris de quelques vieil-
lards restez, que tout fraichement nouuelle
estoit venue que Tarm^e d'onnonta,6 auoit est6
defaite par les Andasto^e'r.

Le 8. on renuoye le bastard flamant auec
un ancien d' Annie. item deux d'onnei^t,
entr'autres vn capitaine nomm6 Soenres auec
commission de dire a leurs gens qu'ils ayent
entre cy et quatre lunes a contenter onnontio
sur les ppositions qu il a f aites pour le bien des
peuples, entr'autres qu'ils amenent de leurs
families.

Le 14. Le Te deum ayant este chante en
I'eglise cathedrale a la premiere nouuelle de
I'heureux succez de la Marche de Mons*". de
Tracy, on chanta la messe auec la procession
in gratiarum actionem.

Le mesme iour les deux derniers vaisseaux
leuent I'ancre.

Le 16. les vaisseaux arrestez par le
Nordest, ne sont qu'a quatre lieues d'icy.

Le 17. il gele bien fort, mais le vent est
fauorable.

Le 26. vne Gabare auec 45. hommes, enga-
gee dans les glaces, et n'ayant vogu6 qu'au
gre des Marees depuis 6. iours des 1' embou-
chure du lac s^ Pierre; ariue vers quebec, les
hommes s'estant debarquez sur les glaces se
sont sauuez a la faueur des canots et des
basteaux qui ont est6 a leur secours. La



1664 -67J JOURNAL DES PP. jASUITES



205



They learned from some old men, who re-
mained behind, that quite recently news had
come that the army of onnonta,6 had been
defeated by the Andasto,e*ronons.

The 8th. The flemish bastard was sent
back with an elder of Anni6 ; item, two from
onneiout — among others, a captain named
Soenres ; they were commissioned to tell their
people that within the space of four moons
they were to give satisfaction to onnontio on
the propositions made by him for the good of
the people, — and, among others, to bring
some of their families.

The 14th. The Te deum was sung in the
cathedral church when the first news came
of the happy success of Monsieur de Tracy's
Expedition, and mass was chanted with a
procession in gratiarum actionem.

On the same day the last two ships weighed
anchor.

The 1 6th. The vessels were delayed by
the Northeast wind, and are only four leagues
from here.

The 17th. It is freezing very hard, but
the wind is favorable.

The 26th. A Store-ship, with 45 men on
board, which had been caught in the ice and
drifted about with the Tide for 6 days from
the outlet of lake st. Pierre, arrived near
quebec. The men got out on the ice-floes,
and were rescued by canoes and boats that
put out to their assistance. The store-
ship, being unable to reach the land, was
lost with the guns, blankets, etc. , on board ;



Te Deum pro
victoria.



Store-ship lost.



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Curi aux Trots
Riuieres.



conseil Etabli.



P. nicolas avec Les
algonquins.



centre Les boissons.



If. Bal du Can.



gabare n'ayant pu terrir est perdue auec les
fusils couuertes &c. la perte de plus de quinze
cent francs.

DECEMBRE.

Au commencement de ce moys Mons''. Fre-
mont prestre de Mon-r^al ariue auec bien de
la peine aux trois Riu. dans une biscayenne
pour y prendre le soin de la Cure, il prend
son logis chez Mons''. Boucher gouuemeur,

Le 6. Le Conseil a est6 Estably; les
conseillers sont Mons*". de Villeray, Mons*".
Corribon, les sieurs de Tilly, de la Tesserie,
et d' Amours. Mons''. bourdon tousiours
procureur du Roy, Mons"". de Mesnu secretaire
et gre£&er du conseil ;

1667 lANUIER.

Le 4. on mande du Cap de la Magd. que le
P. Louys Nicolas est all6 pour deux ou 3.
moys dans les terres auec les Algonquins pour
les tirer de 1' occasion de I'yurongnerie qui est
plus grande que iamais.

Le 5. on fait une ordonnance forte centre
les desordres des boissons dans la premiere
ouuerture du conseil.

Les sols marquez sont reduits a 20. deniers.

FEURIER

Le 4^. le premier bal du Canada s'est fait
chez le sieur Chartier. dieu veille que cela
ne tire point en consequence.



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the loss amounted to over fifteen hundred
francs.

DECEMBER.

At the beginning of this month, Monsieur Curd at Three
Fremont, a priest of Mon-r6al, reached three Rivers.

Rivers with great difficulty in a biscayan
long-boat, to take charge of the Cure. He
took up his lodging with Monsieur Boucher,
the governor.

The 6th. The Council was Established. Council Established.
The councilors are Monsieur de Villeray,
Monsieur Corribon, the sieurs de Tilly, de la
Tesserie, and d' Amours. Monsieur bourdon
continues as the King's procurator, and
Monsieur de Mesnu as secretary and clerk of
the council.

1667, JANUARY.

The 4th. They write us from Cap de la Father nicolas with
Magdelaine that Father Louys Nicolas has ^'^^ algonquins.
gone for two or 3 months into the interior
with the Algonquins, to remove them from
the temptation to drunkenness, which is
greater than ever.

The 5 th. An ordinance was passed at the Against liquor.
first opening of the council against the
disorders caused by liquor.

The sols marquez were reduced to 20
deniers.^^

FEBRUARY.

The 4th. The first ball in Canada was ist Ball in Canada.
given at sieur Chartier's. May God grant
that it do not become a precedent.



208 LES RELA TIONS DES j£SUITES [Vol. 50

AURIL

Le 2. Nouuelle ariue de Mon-real: que les
cinq nations temoigne^ une bonne disposi-
tion pour la paix.

Le 20 Le bastard flamant auec deux On-
nei^t ariuent, sans auoir amene ny burons
ny Alg. ny families qu'on leur auoit de-
mand6.

Le 27. on prend resolution en conseil de
retenir icy toutes les femmes et de renuoyer
les hommes dans le pais, a la reserue de deux,
auec protestation de la part de Mons*". de
Tracy: que si dans deux lunes ils n'obeissent
et n'executent les articles proposez, n''^ arm^e
partira pour les aller riiiner dans le pais.

le parts sur le soir auec boquet pour le cap
de la Magdelaine.

MAY

Le 4. Mons"". de Tracy s'embarque pour
monter a Mon-real.

Le 6. Mons''. L'Intendant monte aussy a
Mon-real.

Le 29. Nouuelles de Nauires de france a
gasp6.

lUIN

le 7. le P. Albanel retourne des forts, on
il a pass6 Ihyuer, et ou il a fort content^.

Le 10. Le vaisseau du Capit. Pacquinet
est ariu6 a nostre rade.



1664-67] JOURNAL DES PP. /^SUITES 209

APRIL,

The 2nd. News came from Mon-real that
the five nations manifest favorable inclina-
tions for peace.

The 20th. The flemish bastard, with two
Onneiout, arrived, without bringing either
the hurons or the Algonquins, or the families
that we had asked from them.

The 27th. It was resolved in council to
keep all the women here, and to send all the
men, with the exception of two, back to their
country, with a declaration on the part of
Monsieur de Tracy that if within two moons
they did not obey and fulfill the proposed
conditions, our army would go and destroy
them in their own country.

I left in the evening with boquet for cap
de la Magdelaine.

MAY.

The 4th. Monsieur de Tracy embarked to
go to Mon-real.

The 6th. Monsieur The Intendant also
went up to Mon-real.

The 29th. News of the arrival at gaspe of
Ships from france.

JUNE.

The 7th. Father Albanel returned from
the forts, where he had passed the winter,
and where he gave great satisfaction.

The loth. Captain Pacquinet's ship arrived
in our harbor.

The 27th. Father Jean Pierron arrived.



210 LES RELA TIONS DES /^SUITES [Vol. 50

Le P. lean Pier on Le 27. Le P. lean Pierron ariue auec
mrdefenelon. ^^^^r ^ Fennelon, Ecclesiastique de s^ sul-
pice.
miracle a se. anne. Ce mesme iour il s'est fait un miracle signa-
ls a S^ Anne.

le 28. on pend un faux monnoyeur.

lUILLET.

le i^*". L'ariu^e du Nauire dit L' Granger.

le 2. du vaisseau du P. Pierron, dit la
nouuelle f ranee.
M. des papinachois. Le P. Henry Nouuel retourne de sa mission
des Papinacliioec, ou il a trouu6 300. ames il
y a baptise 27 enfans 4. ou 5. adultes. on n'y
a point traitte de boisson, la traitte a est6
bonne.

Le 4. Le sieur goribon monte aux trois
Riu. pour informer de nouueau des desordres
des boissons, qui sont extremes.

le 5. les Annien6 auec les onneiHt ariuent.
le P. fremin est descendu en leur compagnie.

Le 8. Les Annienge'r. et les Onnei^t
font leurs presents entr'autres les premiers
demandent deux robes noires et les onnei8t
vne.

Le 10. On leur fait reponse, et on leur

acorde ce qu'ils demandent ils laissent des

families en etage.

nre concession De La Le 13. le P. Dablon, n'"* frere louys le

riv.de V as somption. boesme, Caron, Charles Panic auec Taonde-

choren partent, I'aueu de toutes les puissances,



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211



monsieur de fenelon.
Miracle at sie. anne.



Papinachois
mission.



with Monsieur Fennelon an Ecclesiastic of Father Jean Pieron
St. sulpice.^

On the same day, a striking miracle was
performed at Ste. Anne.

The 28th. A coiner of counterfeit money-
was hanged.

JULY.

The I St. Arrival of the Ship called The
ora7iger.

The 2nd. Arrival of Father Pierron's ship,
called the nouvelle Jrance.

Father Henry Nouvel returned from his
mission among the Papinachioec, where he
found 300 souls. He baptized 27 children,
and 4 or 5 adults. No liquor was traded.
The fur trade was good.

The 4th. Sieur goribon went up to three
Rivers to hold further inquiry respecting the
disorders caused by liquor, which are very
great.

The 5th. The Anniene arrived, with the
onneiout. Father fremin came down in
company with them.

The 8th. The Annienge'ronon and the
Onneiout gave their presents — among other
things, the former asked for two black gowns,
and the onneiout for one.

The 10th, An answer was given to them,
and they were granted what they asked ; they
left their families as hostages.

The 13th. Father Dablon, our brother
louysleboesme, Caron, and Charles Panic left
with Taondechoren, and with the approval



Our concession Of

riviere de

L' assomption.



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pour aller visiter nostre concession de la Riu.
de TAssomption.
^aestileij. Le 14. les peres Fremin, Pierron, et

Miss, a onem. gj^^y^s, auec Charles Boquet, et Fr. Poisson,
partent auec les Iroq. pour Annie et onnei8t.
Theses de physique. Le 1 5 . Amador Martin et Pierre Franche-
uille soustiennent de toute la Philosophic auec
honneur et en bonne compagnie.
Bondy noy^. le 1 9. le sieur Bondy estant yure, noy6

vers risle d' Orleans.

Le 22. on trouue le corps de Bondy on
I'enterre comme un chien vers n*"^ moulin.

Le 25. retour du P. dablon de la Riuiere
des prairies auec grande satisfaction.

Le 29. deux vaisseaux ariue^ I'oranger et
le s^. Philippe,

le 31. Le P. Bardy fait le sermon de S^
Ignace.

AOUST.

Le 3. le vaisseau, dit la Nouuelle France,
leue I'ancre.
mission du st. Esprit Le 4. Le P. Claude Alloiiez ariue de la
aux atayats. mission du s^ Esprit aux «ta8aKS, en bonne
sant6, il y a baptist enuiron 340.

Le 5. Le s*. sebastien, qui vient querir
Mons*". de Tracy, ariue.

Le 6. le P. Allouez se rembarque auec n""^
frere le Boesme trois braues hordes et un
ieune garcon, il prendra le P. Nicolas a Mon-
real.



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of all the authorities, to go and visit our con-
cession of Riviere de TAssomption.

The 14th. Fathers Fremin, Pierron, and
Bruyas, with Charles Boquet and Francois
Poisson, left with the Iroquois for Annie and
onneiout.

The 15th. Amador Martin and Pierre
Francheville sustained an argument on the
whole of Philosophy, with honor, and in
presence of a considerable audience.

The 19th. Sieur Bondy, while intoxicated,
was drowned near the Island of Orleans.

The 22nd. The body of Bondy was found ;


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