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dur■ing the ten years when I formerl■y held the government of it, I nev●ertheless fell a sacrifice

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the serv●ice of the king obliged me in conscie●nce to repress. My recall, which made them● masters in the conduct of the gove■rnment, was followed by all the di■sasters which overwhelmed this unhappy colon■y. The millions that the king spen■t here, the troops that he sent out, and the C●anadians that he t

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ook into pay, all went for n●othing. Most of the soldiers, ●and no small number of brave Canad■ians, perished in enterprises ill devised and ru●

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inous to the country, which I found on my ●arrival ravaged with unheard-of cr■uelty by the Iroquois, without resistance●, and in sight of the tro

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ops● and of the forts. The inhabitants we●re discouraged, and unnerved by want of confid■ence in their chiefs; while th■e friendly Indians, seei

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  • ng o■ur weakness, were ready to join o■ur enemies. I was fortunate enough and ■diligent enough to change this de■plorable state of things, and drive away t●he English, whom my predecessors did not● have on their hands, and this too with ■only half as many troops as th●ey had. I am far from wishing to blam●e their conduct. I leave you to judge it. But I■ cannot have the tranquillit●y and freedom of mind which I need for th■e work I

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  • have to do here, without feeling e■ntire confidence that the cabal which is● again 322 forming against me cannot prod■uce impressions which may prevent ●you from doing me justice. F●or the rest, if it is thought fit tha●t I should leave the priests to do as they■ like, I shall be delivered from an infinity of ■troubles and cares, in which I can■ have no other interest than● the good of the colony, the trade of the ki■ngdom, and th

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  • e peace of the king's subjects, ●and of which I alone bear the burden, as w●ell as the jealousy of sundry pers■ons, and the iniquity of the ecclesiasti■cs, who begin to call impious■ those who are obliged to oppose their pas■sions and their interests." [8] [4] Champi●gny au Ministre, 12 Oct., 1691. [5] Ibid., 4● Nov., 1693. [6] Frontenac au Ministre, 15 ●Sept., 1692. [7] Ibid., 20 Oct., ●1691. [8] "L'iniquité des ecclésiastiq

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  • ues qu■i commencent à traiter d'impies ceux qui s■ont obligés de resister à ●leurs passions et à leurs interêts." Fron■tenac au Ministre, 20 Oct., 1691. As Champigny■ always sided with the Jesuits, his relations ●with Frontenac grew daily more critical.● Open rupture at length seemed i●mminent, and the king interposed to keep th■e peace. "There has been discord b●etween you under a show of h■armony," he wrote to the disputant

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  • ■s. [9] Frontenac was exhorted to fo■rbearance and calmness; while t●he intendant was told that he allowed himsel●f to be made an instrument of oth■ers, and that his charges against the governor p●roved nothing but his own ill■-temper. [10] The minister w■rote in vain. The bickerings that he rep●roved were but premonitions of a g●reater strife. [9] Mémoire du Roy pour Fronte●nac et Champigny, 1694. [10] Le Ministre ■à Frontena

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c, 8 May, 1694; Le Ministre à C●

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hampigny, même date. Bishop Sain

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ed power as■ much as 323 Frontena

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