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ecas. He was become, by adoption, one of their own citizens and sons, and to the culture of a Frenchman added the Chap. XXIII.} fluent eloquence of an Iroquois warrior. I have no happiness, said he in council, like that of living with my brothers; and he asked leave to build himself a Charlevoix, III. 226. dwelling. He is one of our own children, it was said, in reply; he may build where he will. And he planted himself in the midst of a group of cabins, at Lewiston, higher than where La Salle had driven a 1721. rude palisade, and where Denonville had designed to lay the foundations of a settlement. In May of 1721 a party arrived at the spot to take measures for a permanent establishment; among them were the son of the governor of New France, De Longeuil, from Montreal, and the admirable Charlevoix, best of early writers on American history. It was then resolved to construct a fortress. The party were not insensible to the advantages of the country; they observed the rich soi