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ch of Hudson, a Cayuga chief, to Captain Ourry, in June, 1763. until every Where, from the falls of Niagara and the piny declivities of the Alleghanies to the whitewood forests of the Mississippi Speech of Tamarois, chief of the Kaskaskias, to Fraser, in April, 1765. and the borders of Lake Superior, all the nations concerted to rise and put the English to death. Speech of the Miamis Indians, of 30 March, 1763. A prophetic spirit was introduced among the wigwams. A chief of the Abenak one of the accurate. prisoner, as is said, adopted into the clan of the Ottawas, and elected their chief; Gladwin to Amherst, 14 May, 1763. respected, and in a manner adored, by all the nations around him; a man of integrity and humanity, Fraser to Gen. Gage, 15 May, 1765. according chap. VII.} 1763. May. to the morals of the wilderness; of a comprehensive mind, fertile in resources, and of an undaunted nature, persevered in the design of recovering the land of the Senecas, and all wes
down the river to New Orleans, indebted for his safety to the circumspection of St. Ange. But Fraser, who arrived from Pittsburg, brought proofs that the Senecas, the Delawares, and the Shawnees, h who was in a manner adored by the nations round about, plighted his word for peace, and kept Fraser to Gage, 18 May. it with integrity and humanity. A just curiosity may ask, how many persons oign lineage had gathered in the valley of the Illinois since its discovery by the missionaries. Fraser was told that there were of white men, able to bear arms, seven hundred; of white women, five hundred; of their children, eight hundred and fifty; of negroes of both sexes, nine hundred; Fraser to Gage, 15 May. The banks of the Wabash, we learn from another source, were occupied by about one nes. Croghan, in Craig's Olden Time, and in Mann Butler's Kentucky. Gage to Halifax, 10 Aug. Fraser sought to overawe the French traders with the menace of an English army that was to come among t