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of Conversion.— Conditions of Baptism. — Backsliders. —

The Converts and their Countrymen. — The Cannibals at St

Joseph 318

CHAPTER XIL

1639, 1640. THE TOBACCO NATION. — THE NEUTRALS.

A Change of Plan. — Sainte Marie. — Mission of the Tobacco Na-

tion. — Winter Journeying. — Reception of the Missionaries. — Superstitious Terrors. — Peril of Gamier and Jogues.—

Mission of the Neutrals. — Huron Intrigues. — Miracles.—

Fury of the Indians. — Intervention of Saint Michael. — Re-

turn to Sainte Marie. — Intrepidity of the Priests. — Their

Mental Exaltation 230 CHAPTER XIH.

1636-1646.

QUEBEC AND ITS TENANTS. The New Governor. —Edifying Examples. — Le Jeune's Corre-

spondents. — Rank and Devotion. — Nuns. — Priestly Author-

ity.— Condition of Quebec. — The Hundred Associates.—

Church Discipline. — Plays. — Fireworks. — Processions. —

Catechising. — Terrorism. — Pictures.— The Converts. —The
Society of Jesus. — The Foresters 241 CHAPTER XTV.

1636-16S2. DEVOTEES AND NUNS.

The Huron Seminary. — Madame de la Peltrie: her Pious

Schemes; her Sham Marriage; she visits the Ursulines of

Tours. — Marie de Saint Bernard. — Marie de l'lncarnation:

her Enthusiasm; her Mystical Marriage; her Dejection; her

Mental Conflicts j her Vision; made Superior of the Ursulines. — The Hotel-Dieu. —The Voyage to Canada. — Sillery.—

Labors and Sufferings of the Nuns. — Character of Marie de

l'lncarnation. — Of Madame de la Peltrie 259

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