France And England In North America (volume 4) by Francis Parkman

France And England In North America (volume 4)

byFrancis Parkman

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1910. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... dagas, 64; at Onondaga, 70, 80; decide to establish a colony among the Onondaga*, 74; Governor Lauson makes a grant of land to, 74; fearful task essayed by, 84; among the Cayugas, the Senecas, and the Oneidas, 84; frightful position of, 89; admirable coolness of, 90; the Medicine Feast, 91; escape from the Indians, 93; arrival at Quebec, 94 ; jealousy for the Snlpitians at Montreal, 103 ; reticence and dissimulation practised by, 104; in despair, 119 ; torture considered a bless- ing in disguise by, 124; their struggle to obtain the bishopric of Canada, 142-145; animosity of Father Queylus to, 143, 144; conflict with the Jansenists, 146; the most forcible expo- nents of ultramontane princi- ples, 153; their struggle against the Sulpitians, 155; triumph over the Sulpitians, 160; adepts ai human nature, 164; their sagacity in choosing Laval to be Bishop of Canada, 164; Avangonr desires to be on good terms with, 179; Mezy appeals to, 209; accusations against Mezy, 214; Me'zy's charges against, 217; their ideas in re- gard to the relations of the Church and State, 226; victory over the Iroquois, 265-267; be- gin their ruined missions anew, 380; their hopes of converting the Iroquois, 380; always in the van of religious and political propagandism, 383; La Mothe's hatred for, 385; denounce the brandy traffic, 388; enter on the work of reform, 389; trade of, 393-395; forbidden by the King to carry on trade, 394; the re- call of M£zy a defeat in dis- guise for, 396; Courcelle's op- position to, 397 ; Talon ordered to watch, 397; Colbert plans against, 400; rigorous at Que- bec, 416; derive great power from the confessional, 417; form the Congregation of the Holy Family, 418; reluctant to share their power with the Recollets, 418; the ablest teachers in Canada, 425; let...

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Title:France And England In North America (volume 4)Format:PaperbackDimensions:146 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.31 inPublished:January 5, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217836267

ISBN - 13:9780217836265

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