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The French inhabitants beheld all without risk or fear of danger to themselves, but
did not dare to assist, or even petition in favor of the English sufferers. Henry, who
had hidden himself in the house of a Frenchman, witnessed through an aperture
in the wall, the foul and horrible... When establishing himself at Mackinaw as a
trader, a party of sixty Chippewas came to his house, headed by Mina- va - va -na,...