hat he was commanded by his king to go as far as possibly he could; and that if he—that is to say, Taignoagny—would go with him, as he had promised, he should be very well entertained: beside that, he should have such a gift given him as he should well content himself; for he should do nothing else but go with him to Hochelaga, and come again.
To whom Taignoagny answered, that he would not by any means go; and thereupon they suddenly returned to their houses.
The next day, being the 17th of September, Donnacona and his company returned even as at the first . . . .
After that, our captain caused the said children to be put in our ships, and caused two swords and copper basins—the one wrought, the other plain—to be brought unto him; and them he gave to Donnacona, who was therewith greatly contented, yielding most hearty thanks unto our captain for them.
And presently, upon that, he commanded all his people to sing and dance, and desired our captain to cause a piece of artillery