The Makers of Canada: Bishop Laval eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 200 pages of information about The Makers of Canada.

Dequen, Father, 32, 33

Dollard, makes a brave stand against the Iroquois, 39, 68-72, 75 (note)

Dollier de Casson, superior of the Seminary of St. Sulpice, 11;
  at the laying of the first stone of the Church of Notre-Dame, 89;
  preaching on the shores of Lake Erie, 108;
  joined by La Salle, 148;
  speaks of the liquor traffic, 175;
  at Quebec, 190

Dongan, Colonel Thomas, governor of New York, urges the Iroquois to
  strife, 185, 191, 213, 216

Dosquet, Mgr. de, Bishop of Quebec, 12

Druilletes, Father, 11

Duchesneau, intendant, his disputes with Frontenac upon the question of
  President of the Council, 166, 167;
  recalled, 168, 185;
  asked by Colbert for proof of the evils of the liquor traffic, 170, 171;
  instructed by the king to avoid discord with La Barre, 186, 187

Dudouyt, Jean, director of the Quebec seminary, 55, 56, 134, 143, 163;
  his mission to France in relation to the liquor traffic, 171;
  grand cantor of the chapter established by Laval, 197;
  his death, 219;
  burial of his heart in Quebec, 219

Dupont, M., member of the Sovereign Council, 158, 166

Dupuis, Captain, commander of the mission at Gannentaha, 65;
  how he saved the mission from the general massacre of 1658, 65-7

E

Earthquake of 1663, 42-5;
  its results, 45, 46

F

Famine Creek, 193, 217

Fenelon, Abbe de, see Salignac-Fenelon

Ferland, Abbe, quoted, 35;
  on the education of the Indians, 63, 64;
  his tribute to Mother Mary of the Incarnation, 93-5;
  on Talon’s ambitions, 114;
  quoted, 130;
  his opinion of the erection of an episcopal see at Quebec, 133;
  on the union of the Quebec Seminary with that of the Foreign Missions
  in Paris, 140;
  on La Salle’s misfortunes, 149;
  quoted, 155;
  praises Laval’s stand against the liquor traffic, 173;
  on Laval’s return to Canada, 220

Five Nations, the, sue for peace, 53;
  missions to, 65;
  references, 217, 223, 234

French-Canadians, their physical and moral qualities, 118, 119;
  habits and dress, 120;
  houses, 120, 121;
  as hunters, 121, 122

Frontenac, Fort, 84, 215, 217, 223

Frontenac, Louis de Buade, Count de, governor of Canada, 16;
  builds Fort Cataraqui, 84, 145;
  succeeds Courcelles, 84, 143;
  his disputes with Duchesneau, 112, 166, 167;
  early career, 144;
  Charlevoix’s portrait of, 144, 145;
  orders Perrot’s arrest, 160;
  his quarrel with the Abbe de Fenelon, 160-5;
  reproved by the king for his absolutism, 164, 165;
  his recall, 168, 185;
  succeeds in having permanent livings established, 181;
  again appointed governor, 218, 228;
  carries on a guerilla warfare with the Iroquois, 228, 229;
  defends Quebec against Phipps, 129-31;
  attacks the Iroquois, 233, 234;
  his death, 234

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