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n picket fort of the Indian frontier. [4] Within this inclosure were two buildings, one of which had been half burned by the English, and was not yet repaired. It served as storehouse, stable, workshop, and bakery. Opposite stood the principal building, a structure of planks, plastered with mud, and thatched with long grass from the meadows. It consisted of one story, a garret, and a cellar, a

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nd contained four principal rooms, of which one served as chapel, another as refecto

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ry, another as kitchen, and the fourth as a lodging for workmen. The furniture of al

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l was plain in the extreme. Until the preceding year, the chapel had had no other or

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nament than a sheet on which were glued two coarse engravings; but the priests had n

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ow decorated their altar with an image of a dove representing the Holy Ghost, an image of Loyola, another of Xavier, and three images of the Virgin. Four cells opened from the refectory, the largest of which was eight feet square. In these lodged six priests, while two lay

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Streets, as appears by a co

5 brothers found shelter in the garret. The house had been hastily built, eight years before, and now leaked in all parts. Such wa

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ntract of 1634, cited by M.

s the Residence of Notre-Dame des Anges. Here was nourished the germ of a vast enterprise, and this was the cradle of the great mi

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Ferland. Thence Le Jeune w

ssion of New France. [5] [3] The settlement of Beauport was begun this year, or the year following, by the Sieur Giffard, to whom

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alked on, across the site of

a large tract had been granted here—Langevin, Notes sur les Archives de N. D. de Beauport, 5. [4] This must have been very near