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" Langlade, my next neighbor, there was only a low fence, over which I easily climbed. At my entrance I found the whole family at the windows, gazing at the scene of blood before them. I addressed myself immediately to M. Langlade, begging that he would... "
Travels and Adventures in Canada and the Indian Territories, Between the ... - Page 80
by Alexander Henry - 1809 - 330 pages
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The Port Folio

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1813 - 716 pages
...addressed myself immediately to M. Langlade, begging that he would put me into some place of safety until the heat of the affair should be over; an act...shoulders, and intimating that he could do nothing for me: — " Quevoudricz-vout gue j'cn ferais?" " This was a moment for despair; but the next, a Pani woman/...
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Indian Biography: Or, An Historical Account of Those Individuals ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Bussey Thatcher - Indians of North America - 1832 - 346 pages
...preserve him from the general massacre. Langlade looked for a moment at him while he spoke, and then turned again to the window, shrugging his shoulders, and intimating that he could do nothing for him — " Que voudriez-vous que fen feraw?" Henry was now ready to despair ; but at this moment, a...
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Indian Biography: Or, An Historical Account of Those Individuals ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Bussey Thatcher - Indians of North America - 1832 - 344 pages
...them. He addressed himself to M. Langlade, and begged that he would put him in some place of safety, until the heat of the affair should be over — an act of charity which might preserve him from the general massacre, Langlade looked for a moment at him while he spoke,...
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Indian Biography, Or, An Historical Account of Those Individuals ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Bussey Thatcher - Indians of North America - 1832 - 344 pages
...them. He addressed himself to M. Langlade, and begged that he would put him in some place of safety, until the heat of the affair should be over — an act of charity which might preserve him from the general massacre. Langlade looked for a moment at him while he spoke,...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 46

Child rearing - 1832 - 338 pages
...them. He addressed himself to M. Langlade, and begged that he would put him in some place of safety, until the heat of the affair should be over— an act of charity which might preserve him from the general massacre. Langlade looked for a moment at him while he spoke,...
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Indian Captivities, Being a Collection of the Most Remarkable Narratives of ...

Samuel G. Drake - Indian captivities - 1839 - 382 pages
...addressed myself immediately to M. Langlade, begging that he would put me into some place of safety, until the heat of the affair should be over ; an act...he could do nothing for me :— " Que voudriez-vous que j'en ferais ? " This was a moment for despair ; but the next, a Pani woman,* a slave of M. Langlade's,...
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Tragedies of the Wilderness: Or, True and Authentic Narratives of Captives ...

Samuel G. Drake - Indian captivities - 1841 - 374 pages
...addressed myself immediately to M. Langlade, begging that he would put me into some place of safety, until the heat of the affair should be over ; an act...could do nothing for me : — " Que voudriez-vous que j'en ferais ? " This was a moment for despair ; but the next, a Pani woman,* a slave of M. Langlade's,...
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Events in Indian History: Beginning with an Account of the Origin of the ...

Indian captivities - 1841 - 664 pages
...preserve him from the general massacre. Langlade looked for a moment at him while he spoke, and then turned again to the window, shrugging his shoulders, and intimating that he could do nothing for him — "(Jnc. rnudriez-rons que J'en ferais f" Henry was now Teady to despair; but at this moment,...
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The American Indians: Their History, Condition and Prospects, from Original ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - Indian captivities - 1851 - 528 pages
...addressed myself immediately to M. Langlade, begging that he would put me into some place of safety, until the heat of the affair should be over; an act...intimating that he could do nothing for me: " Que voudriez-vovs qw j'en /cretin ? " This was a moment for despair; but the next, a Pani woman,* a slave...
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The American Indians: Their History, Condition and Prospects, from Original ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - Indian captivities - 1851 - 536 pages
...to M. Langlade, bowing that he would put me into some place of safety, until the heat of the alFair should be over; an act of charity by which he might...perhaps preserve me from the general massacre; but wliile I uttered my petition, M. Langlade, who had looked for a moment at me, turned again to the window,...
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