9] Vimont, Relation, 1644, 42. Dollier de ■Casson says two hundred, but it ●is usually safe in these cases to accep■t the smaller number, and Vimont fo●unds his statement
on the informati■on of an escaped prisoner. Mais●onneuve was left alone, retreating backwa●rds down the track, and holding his pursuer■s in check, with a pistol in each han■d. They might easily have shot him; bu■t, recognizing him as the commander of the F●rench, they were ben
t on taking him alive■. Their chief coveted this honor for 275 hi●mself, and his followers hel●d aloof to give him the opportunity. He press●ed close upon Maisonneuve, who snapped a pistol ■at him, which missed fire. T■he Iroquois, who had ducked to avoid the ●shot, rose erectis in
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