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us and political despotism, a privileged● caste descended from the sun, a temple, and■ a sacred fire.[241] [Pg 305] La Salle plante●d a large cross, with t

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he arms of Franc■e attached, in the midst of the town;■ while the inhabitants looked on ●with a satisfaction which they wo■uld hardly have displayed had they understood th?/p>

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鰁 meaning of the act. HOSTILIT■Y. The French next visited the Coroas, at ●their village two leagues below; and ●here they found a reception no les●s auspicious



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. On the thirty-first of March, as ■they approached Red River, they passed in t■he fog a town of the Oumas, and three days lat■er discovered a party of fishe■rmen, in wooden canoes, among the canes ■along the margin of the water■. They fled at sight of the Frenchmen. L■a Salle sent men to reconnoi●tre, who, as they struggled through● the marsh, were greeted with● a shower of arrows; while from the■ neighboring village of the ■Quinipissas,[242] invisible behind the cane-■brake, they heard the sound of an India●n drum and the whoops of the mustering warri■ors. La Salle, anxious to keep the peace with ■all the tribes along the river,● recalled his men, and pursued his voyage. A● few leagues below

they saw a● cluster of Indian lodges on the left bank, ap■parently void of inhabitants. They landed, and● found three of them filled with corpses. It w●as a village of the Tangibao, sacked b●y their enemies only a few da■ys before.[243] [Pg 306] And n●ow they neared

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