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i●ncipal chiefs, and secretly tell th●em his suspicions that the Iroquois were p■lotting to compass their destructio●n under cover of overtures of peac■e; and he proposed that they should● meet treachery with treachery. H■e then explained his plan, which w●as highly approved by his auditors,● who begged him to charge himse■lf with the execution of it. étienn■e now caused criers to proclaim ●through the village that every one should ■get ready to emigrate in a f■ew days to the country of their new friends. T■he squaws began their preparations at onc■e, and all was bustle and alac■rity; for the Hurons themsel

ves we

re■ no less deceived than were ■the Iroquois envoys. During one or two ●succeeding days, many messages 429 and visit■s passed between the Hurons and the Iroquo●is, whose confidence was such,● that thirty-seven of their best war■riors at length came over in a body to●

the Huron village. étienne's time had come.● He and

  • the chiefs who were in t●he secr

    et gave the word to the Huron warrior■s, who, at a signal, raised the war-whoop, r■ushed upon their visitors, an

  • d cut them to piece●s. One of t

    hem, who lingered for ■a time, owned before he died that étienn■e's suspicions were just, and that they had● desig

  • ned nothing less than the mass

    acre or capt●ure of all the Hurons. Three of the Iroquois, i●mmediately before the slaughter be●gan, had received

from étienne a warning of t●heir danger in time t

o make their escap●e. The year before, he had b■een captured, with Brébeuf and● Lalemant, at the town of St. Louis, an■d had owed his life to these three w●arriors, to whom he now paid back th●e debt of gratitude. They carried tidings of wha●t had befallen to their countrymen on the ma■in-land, who, aghast at the catastrophe■, fled homeward in a panic. [4] [4] Ra

gu■eneau, Relation des Hurons, 1651, 5, 6. Le■ Merci

峡江县D 峡江县C 峡江县B 峡江县A 泰和县G 峡江县F