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Le Tardif, 5, 288; Marsolet, 284, 71, 85; Martin, 32, 312; Mézeray,
27, 313; Mme. de Monceaux, 35, 289; Montmagny, 8, 307; Mon-
treal associates, 12, 273, 21, 311; F. Perrot, 58, 295; N. Perrot, 55,
320; Poisson, 32, 312; Robineau, 36, 249; St. Denis, 34, 246; Sorel,
49, 275; Vaudreuil, 67, 331; Indians, 36, 250, 47, 263, 59, 285, 60,
89, 62, 276, 71, 89; Ursulines, II, 277, 27, 121; Hospital nuns, 121,
28, 211.

Other grants: Acadia-Alexander, 4, 269-270; Beauharnais, 67,
332; Chaufours, 63, 300; Denys, 1, 315; Razilly, 8, 288. Louisiana
-67, 340, 343; described, 279-283; concessionaries, 281, 287, 297,
303, 317, 343. Maine-36, 241-243; to Cadillac, 65, 271. Massa-
chusetts-36, 242. Newfoundland-5, 277. New Hampshire — 36,
242. New York — Mohawks, to Dellius, 64, 277. Virginia — 4, 101,
253, 254. West India Islands-4, 258.
Land disease, 3, 51, 20, 75, 24, 161.

Land-roll, 71, 390. See Papier-terrier.

Landreau,

See Scurvy.

Jesuit: musical tastes, 68, 275.

Landslides, on shores of Saguenay, 68, 31.

La Neigerie,

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servant of Jesuits: at Sillery, 27, 83, 28, 303;

at Quebec, 169, 203; escapes from fire, 30, 187.
Laneuville, de, Jesuit: mentioned by Nau, 68, 235.
Langelier, J. C.: Gaspesia, cited, 3, 300, 71, 306.
Quebec," 71, 306.

Population de

Langevin, Edmond: Biog. Laval, cited, 45, 269-270, 65, 261, 71,
335.

Langlade, Charles de: ancestry, 28, 316; leads Ottawas against
Miamis, 69, 299; biography, 71, 336, 338.

L'Anglois,

-, sponsor in baptism, 70, 73.

Langlois, Jean, French ship-captain: in coasting trade, 36, 139, 143,
37, 117, 38, 179.

Langlois, Jean Ste. Thérèse, founds Prairie du Rocher, 71, 388.
Langlois, Louis Germain, fils, merchant: Glapion writes to, 71, 101–

107.

Langlois, Marguerite, marriage, 28, 314, 32, 312; gift to, 28, 143.
Langlois (L'Anglois), Noël, Norman pilot: in Canada, 28, 314; gifts
to Quebec parish church, 42, 289.
Langlois, Paul, sailor: deserts, 38, 171.
Langoulmois,

soldier: slain by Iroquois, 37, 115.

La Niagara, name of cow, 70, 53.

Lanion, Michel, Jesuit brother, 71, 132; sketch, 155.

Lanman, James H.: Hist. Michigan, cited, 68, 334, 71, 320.
La Noire, name of cow, 70, 53.

La Noue (Nouhe), Jacques de, Jesuit: mentioned by Chauchetière,

64, 141.

L'Anse, Mich., Ménard at site, 18, 257, 46, 301.
Lantage, Charlotte de, sponsor in baptism, 2, 161.
Lantage-baratier,
Lantage-Montleliart,

de, sponsor in baptism, 2, 157, 161.

Lanterns, of horn, 50, 163.

de, sponsor in baptism, 2, 157.

Laon, France, 50, 322, 71, 400, 402.

La Pallière,

La Palme,

66, 129.

See Marquette, J.

soldier: captured by Iroquois, 37, 115, 38, 59.

La Passion, Catherine (Chevalier), sister de, becomes Hospital nun,
35, 61.

La Pécherie, 64, 193.

La Peltrie (Pelterie),

227.

de, marriage and death, 16, 11, 56, 225–

La Peltrie (Pelleterie, Pelterie), Marie Madeleine de (née de Chau-
vigny), 19, 41, 47, 317, 56, 261; at Tours, 251-257; founds
Ursuline convent at Quebec, 5, 275, 16, 9—19, 27, 256, 21, 312, 22,
318, 25, 237, 38, 97-99, 107; in religious procession, 15, 227; at
Indian council, 229-233; aided by Poncet, 250; by Bernières-Lou-
vigny, 16, 258; sponsor in baptism, 21, 18, 87, 20, 309–310, 24,
233-235, 26, 139; Indian girls given to, 16, 23, 31, 167; brings
more nuns to Quebec, 18, 65, 75, 19, 269; kindness to Indian chil-
dren, 18, 127, 20, 251; their love for her, 19. 49, 55-57, 25, 237;
founds seminary for them, 19, 37; her interest in education, 56,
219, 231, 253; various pious acts, 18, 159–161, 19, 23, 24, 229; zeal,
19, 57-59, 20, 139-141; at Sillery, 135; at Montreal, 23, 301,
25, 237; at Tadoussac, 26, 139; aids missions, 20, 127, 139, 42,
115; gifts by, 28, 145, 243-to Quebec parish church, 42, 281-283;
to Montreal colonists, 47, 283; begins novitiate with Ursulines, 28,
245; prayers said for, 34, 43; Ursulines dwell in her house, 36,
249; death, 56, 219, 275-277; will, 277, 281-283; biography, 11,
276-277, 16, 11-13, 56, 219–285; portrait, 16, frontispiece, 71, 209;
letters, 19, 47-49, 55-57.

La Perade, Detroit habitant: dealings with mission, 69, 277.

La Perdrix, Algonkin chief, 8, 71, 294, 9, 259; dissuades Hurons
from taking Jesuits, 7, 215.

La Perle,

La Perle,

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French surgeon at Three Rivers, 11, 129.
at Quebec, 43, 77.

Lapham, I. A.: Wisconsin Antiquities, 71, 320.

"La Picarde," French woman: loan by, repaid, 30, 175.

La Picardière, 67, 332. See Bégon.

La Pierre,

-, goes to Orleans Island, 36, 117.

La Pierre, Jean Louis de, Jesuit, 71, 133; sketch, 171.

La Pinière, Que., lumbering at, 36, 137.

La Place, Jacques de, Jesuit, 71, 133; arrives in Canada, (1637)

143, (1641) 21, 107, 312, (1649) 313, 34, 59; at Miscou, 21, 312-313,
28, 213, 30, 195, 32, 37-39; returns to France, (1647) 21, 313, 32,
53, (1658) 21, 313, 44, 107; at Three Rivers, 21, 313, 38, 197; at
Quebec, 21, 313, 22, 41, 37, 95, 43, 55; duties at Sillery (1649), 34,
63; at Jesuit council (1650), 35, 39; in procession, 45; officiates at
special functions, 51, 61; death (1668), 71, 143; sketch, 21, 312-
313, 71, 143. Letter (Rel. 1645-46), 30, 11-12, 127-143, 303, 71,
188; cited, 18, 257.

Laplante, Marie Catherine, marriage, 70, 306.

La Pointe, Augustin, miraculously cured, 65, 109.

La Pointe, peninsula near Penetanguishene Bay: Indian villages
on, 34, 251, 255-256.

La Pointe (du St. Esprit), 52, 262, 263, 54, 185-193. See St. Esprit.
La Pointe Coupée, settlement on Mississippi: described, 69, 215.
captain of "Renommée:" attitude toward La

La Popilière,

Vente, 66, 129; present at investigation of Bienville, 129.
La Porte, Pierre de: sponsor in baptism, 11, 123; sketch, 278.
La Poterie, Mlle.

at Quebec, 32, 103.

La Poterie, Jacques le Neuf de, 9, 310; arrives in Canada (1636), 8,
309, 9, 141; marriage, 8, 309; lands granted to, 309-310; purchases
fief (1649), 310, 20, 311; brings colonists to Canada, 8, 221, 9, 143; vis-
its Jesuits, II, 227; Vimont visits, 18, 91; governor at Three Rivers,
8, 309-310, 27, 81, 32, 149, 159, 165, 37, 115, 40, 255, 44, 229;
Mézeray with, 27, 93, 313: calls council of Algonkins, 28, 149;
sends ore samples to Montmagny, 227-229; land disputes with
Jesuits, 229-231, 35, 43, 48, 295; nephew captured by Iroquois, 32,
95; disputes with trading company, 34, 55; organizes militia, 8,
310; at Quebec, 35, 55, 37, 95, 47, 297; marriage of daughters and
niece, 36, 247–249; flight of his servant 38, 169; Iroquois invade
his property, 177; warns French, 42, 225-227; his son goes to
France, 43, 55; opens tavern at Three Rivers (1657), 77; imprisons
Iroquois, 44, 233; disputes Jesuit titles at Cap de la Magdelaine,
47, 268; owns shallop, 303; appointed provisional governor of
Canada (1665), 8, 310; appointment as governor partially refused
by council, 310; term as governor, 71, 117; returns to France
(1666), 8, 310, 50, 203; ennobled by king (1666), 27, 311; sketch,
8, 309-310; family of, extinct, 310. See also Le Neuf.
La Poterie, Marie de, daughter of Jacques: marriage, 36, 249.

La Potherie, 71, 336. See Le Roy de la Potherie.

La Potherie, M. de Bacqueville de: Amer. Septem., cited, 10, 321,
65, 261, 67, 49, 52, 71, 215, 253, 375.

La Poudre Chaude, Oneida chief: convert, 63, 197.

La Prairie de la Magdelaine (Madeleine, Magdeleine), 57, 141-145,

58, 83, 59, 265, 271, 283, 69, 247; reverts to crown, 55, 319;

La Prairie (continued)—

Indians at, 57, 107, 141, 58, 77, 81, 59, 289; Indians rendezvous
at, 58, 79; piety at, 59, 79, 257-269; Duchesneau visits, 285; Jesuit
seigniory, 71, 91; common at, ceded to Jesuits, 393. See also
Cap de la Magdelaine, and Jesuits: mission colonies.

La Presentation: fort at, partially burned, 69, 195; J. B. Céloron,
commandant at, 294; founded, 71, 334; monument at, 382.

La Puente (Dupont, de Ponte), Luis de, Spanish Jesuit: sketch, 27,
313. Meditaciones, translations of, 27, 313.

La Ralde (Rade), Raymond de: succeeds De Caen, 4, 263; unfriendly
to Jesuits, 267; arrives in Canada, 5, 67; Iroquois child given to,
71; sketch, 278.

La Ravardière, Daniel de la Touche de, takes colony to Brazil, 8,
287.

L'Arbre à la Croix, French settlement: Iroquois at, 43, 65.
Larceny. See Penalties.

Larcher,

copies Chauchetière's letters, 64, 272.
L'Archévêque, Claude: canoe upsets, 45, 95; sketch, 270.

Lard, 9, 157; seal-oil compared to, 68, 89; production of, at La Mal-
baye, 69, 91. See also Bacon, Fat, and Grease.

Larding-pins, Hospital nuns ask for, 51, 115.

Lareau, Edmond: Monnaie de cartes," cited, 69, 303, 71, 307.
Hist. droit canad., cited, 41, 257, 71, 306–307, 391.

La Renardière, 42, 300. See Cheffault, A.

La Resurrection, Mother de, French Hospital nun, 41, 241-243, 43, 25.
La Reynie, de, French court official, 55, 247, 316.
L'Argilier, Jacques, dit le Castor, Jesuit brother, 66, 125, 135, 341,
71, 133; advises Gravier, 66, 63; Jesuit donné, 125-127; in western
missions, 340; death (1714), 340; sketch, 340, 71, 149. Circular
letter on, 71, 231.

La Ribourde, Gabriel de, Récollet brother, killed at Crèvecœur, I, 35.
La Richardie, Armand de, Jesuit, 69, 309, 71, 133; arrives in Canada
(1725), 68, 333; at Lorette mission, 338; sent to Detroit (1728), 333;
with Hurons at Detroit (mission de l'Assomption), 283, 333, 69,
51-53, 77, 193, 285, 300, 305; at Quebec, 68, 281, 333; contracts
of, 69, 241–247; tool-makers lodge with, 243; leaves Detroit, 265;
accounts of, 245–265; instructions of, 265-269; Potier assists, 289;
owns houses at Detroit, 70, 23-27, 35-37, 47, 306; surety for habi-
tants, 25, 41, 45; says masses for habitants, 45, 71; superior of
Detroit mission, 67, 306; death (1758), 68, 333; sketch, 333, 70,
81, 71, 168. Letter (1741), 69, 12, 51-53, 279, 71, 206. Mission des
Hurons (1733-56), 71, 207 (see Potier, P.).

La Rivière, Antoine (Joseph Antoine) Poncet de, 71, 133. See
Poncet de la Rivière.

La Rivière, 71, 337. See Bissot, F.

La Roche-Jacquelin, chevalier de: captain of French ship, 8, 47;
friendly to Jesuits, 53; aids in conversion of Calvinist, 63.

La Roche, Troilus de Mesgouez, marquis de: colony of, at Sable
Island, 1, 4, 2, 294, 3, 41, 293, 4, 107; death (1606), 3, 293; expedi-
tion, 71, 338.

La Roche Daillon (La Roche; d'Allion, Daillon), Joseph de, Récol-
let: goes to Canada, 4, 171, 255; missionary labors, 1, 23, 4, 260,
21, 203-205, 317, 39, 265, 54, 305, 70, 205; sketch, 4, 260; cited, 8,
304, 305.

La Rochefoucauld, François de, cardinal: founds Bibliothèque de
Sainte-Geneviève, 41, 252.

Laroche-Héron, C. de: Servantes de Dieu, cited, 16, 255, 256, 71,

307.

La Rochelle, seaport in France, 8, 288, 28, 191, 231, 35, 53, 36, 139,
37, 264, 41, 199, 213, 237, 250, 253, 43, 321, 49, 217, 60, 109, 318,
68, 235. Merchants-in Canada, 3, 43, 187; cheat Poutrincourt,
187; in fur trade, 4, 256; accused of inciting Indian hostilities, 256.
'Privilege" issued at, 4, 248; Quebec in same latitude as, 5, 149,
181, 22, 41; surrender of, 7, 310. Commerce with New France,
21, 109, 26, 139, 41, 237, 47, 283, 50, 81, 243, 52, 65, 60, 107–111;
with New Netherlands, 25, 49, 55. Jesuits at, 26, 51, 31, 107, 37,
79-81, 85, 67, 133, 68, 311; Ossossané named for, 34, 253; Dosquet
at, 68, 227; garrison of Port Royal sent to, 69, 302; a bishopric,
38, 147, 157.

La Rochelle, town in Huron country, 6, 19, 8, 85, 9, 287, 291, 10,
81, 197, 235, 243, 291, 309, 11, 17, 13, 115, 123; French name for
Ossossané (q.v.), 5, 259, 292, 34, 253; location, 5, 292, 8, 101;
Jesuits settle at, 261–263; Jesuits desired at, 10, 53.

La Roque,

ada, 2, 163.

de, French official: desires to send colony to Can-

La Rose, ———, servant: runs away, 38, 169; bearer of letters, 44,
85; reports movement of Iroquois, 45, 97; hanged for robbery and
arson, 47, 297.

Larousse, Pierre A.: cited, 1, 307.

La Rue,

de, vicar: sponsor in baptism, 2, 159.

Dict. universel, 71, 352.

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king's scrivener: commissary at Fort St. Louis, 66,

Larvæ, shades of the dead, 3, 207, 300.

La Salle,

129.

La Salle,

ship captain: relative of Pontgravé, 3, 187.

La Salle, Jean Claude, sponsor in baptism, 70, 75.

La Salle, René Robert Cavelier, sieur de, noted explorer, 50, 321,
63, 289, 65, III, 113, 137, 159, 71, 304; member of Jesuit order, 57,
315, 60, 319-320; leaves order (1667), 320; arrives in Canada

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