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acred wafer; and, as his cupidity for martyrdom grew into a passion, he Ragueneau, Relation, &c. 1648, p. 63, 64. exclaimed, What shall I render to thee, Jesus, my Lord, for all thy benefits? I willd their invasions of the Huron country. In vain did the French seek to engage New England as an 1648. ally in the contest. The Huron nation was doomed; the ancient clans of the Wyandots were to be f the tribes with whom they dwelt. Each sedentary mission was a special point of at- Relation 1648, 8-17. traction to the invader, and each, therefore, was liable to the horrors of an Indian massahe next pronounced a general ab- Chap. XX.} solution on all who sought it, and then prepared to 1648. resign his life as a sacrifice to his vows. The wigwars are set on fire; the Mohawks approach te Grand Manitoulin Isle, which was chosen to be the centre of the western missions. We Relation 1648-9, p. 92. shall be nearer, wrote Rageneau, cheeringly, to the Algonquins of the west; and, as the