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The king was very anxious to develop the fisheries of the colony. His Majesty, writes the minister, wishes you to induce the inhabitants to unite with the merchants for this object, and to incite them by all sorts of means to overcome their natural laziness, since there is no other way of saving them from the misery in which they now are. ** I wish, says the zealous Denonville, that fisheries could be well established to give employment to our young men, and prevent them from running wild in the woods; and he adds mournfully, they (the fisheries) are enriching Boston at our expense. They are our true mines, urges the intendant Meules; but the English of Boston have got possession of those of Acadia, which belong to us; and we ought to prevent it. It was not prevented; and the Canadian
 The discovery of the "Great West," or the valleys of the Mississippi and the Lakes, is a portion of our history hitherto very obscure. Those magnificent regions were revealed to the world through a series of daring enterprises, of which the motives and even the incidents have been but partially and superficially known. The chief actor in them wrote much, but printed nothing; and the published writings of his associates stand wofully in need of interpretation from the unpublished documents which exist, but which have not heretofore been used as material for history.
court to settle questions arising between them. Several of
Lord Rawdon again attempted to mitigate the condition of debtors imprisoned by their creditors, but did not succeed; and after Dundas had drawn a very flattering picture of the condition of India in presenting his annual statement of Indian finance, and had procured some regulations for insuring the payment of seamen's wages to themselves or their families, the king prorogued Parliament on the 15th of June, still congratulating the country on the prospect of peace and of reducing substantially the National Debt.
The character of these candidates for matrimony has not escaped the pen of slander. The caustic La Hontan, writing fifteen or twenty years after, draws the following sketch of the mothers of Canada: After the regiment of Carignan was disbanded, ships were sent out freighted with girls of indifferent virtue, under the direction of a few pious old duennas, who divided them into three classes. These vestals were, so to speak, piled one on the other in three different halls, where the bridegrooms chose their brides as a butcher chooses his sheep out of the midst of the mendiants et invalides des deux sexes y seraient enferms
honor to Talon, erected his seigniory Des Islets into aALLOUEZ'S HARANGUE.