Jesuit Relations Vol 15 page 67


making a vow to God to say the holy Mass in his honor for nine consecutive ... our votive Masses in his honor, we have enjoyed an incredible peace, at which we ...

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poor Barbarians. And, although his Father left him one at his death,- which, it was said, he had used very successfully [37] for many years, and although he could ...

first Christian, all that belongs to the Sacristy,-- above all, to be especially careful to put our Diction- ary, and all that we have of the language, in a place of safety.

astonishes and mollifies the savages, who for some time give them peace. Le Mercier then recounts the baptisms for the year, which have been numerous at ...

He had prepared a poor sick man of another canoe, who was baptized before dying by a young French- man, who gave him the name of St. Bartholomew on.

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poor Barbarians, he perceived this child very low; he remembered that he had already [67] wished to baptize her before she had been taken into the woods,.

19 afterwards comes the reaping. Although now, in the beginning, we sow the seed with tears and sighs, yet some day “venientes veniemus cum exultatione.

stand me; the discontinuance of my studies and of the visits of the Savages are a great detriment to me, and have taught me that my memory forgets as read-.

neighborhood of Cape de Tourmente and Tadoussac, these monsters having appeared in that neighbor- hood.30 It was afterward suspected that the Savages had spread this report, to draw them from the other side of the river. On the 9th I went to see thes