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    Sept., 1692, jusqu'●au Départ des Vaisseaux en 1693●; La Motte-Cadillac, Mémoire des N●egociations avec les Iroquois, 1694; C●allières au Ministre, 19 Oct., ■1694; La Potherie, III. 200-na0; Colde●n, Five Nations,

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    chap. x.; N. Y.● Col. Docs., IV. 85. Meanwhile, the ■authorities of mands. T tried to p●revent the threatened peace. First

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    , Major Pet■er Schuyler convoked the chiefs at Albany, and■ told them that, if they went■ to ask peace in Canad

a, they would■ be slaves for ever. The Iroquois declared tha■t they loved the English, but th●ey repelled 400 every attempt t■o control their action. Then Fletcher, the gove●rnor, called a general council at t●he same place, and told them that th■ey should not hold cou

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    ncils with t■he French, or that, if they did so, they should● hold them at Albany in presence of the Engl●ish. Again they asserted their ●rights as an independent people. "Corlaer," said● their speaker, "has held counci

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    ls with ●our enemies, and why should n●ot we hold councils with his?" Yet they were st■rong in assurances of friendsh■ip,

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    and declared themselves "one head, one h●eart, one blood, and one soul, w●ith the English." Their speaker contin

ued: "Ou●r only reason for sending deputies to t●he French is that we are brought s●o low, and none of our neighbors help us,■ but leave us to bear all the bur■den of the war. Our brothers of ●New England, Pennsylvania, Marylan●d, and Virginia, all of their own accor●

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    d took hold of the covenant chain, and calle●d themselves our allies; but they have done noth●ing to help us, and we cannot● fight the French alone, because they a●re always receiving soldiers■ from beyond the Great Lak

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    e.● Speak from your heart, broth●er: will you and your neighbors join wi■th us, and make strong war aga●inst the French? I

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    f you will, w■e will break off all treaties, and fight t●hem as hotly as ever; but, if you● will not help us, w

e must make peace." Noth■ing could be more just than these reproa●ches; and, if the English gov●ernor had answered by a vigorous attack■ on the French forts south of the St. L■awrence, the Iroquois warriors would■ have raised the hatchet again with one accor■d. But 40

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