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came on again, and● again were driven back, leaving many o●f their number on the ground, among them the pri●ncipal chief of the Senecas. Some of the French■ dashed out, and, covered by the fire of their c■omrades, hacked off his head, and stuck ■it on the palisade, while the Iroquois how■led in a frenzy of helpless ra■ge. They tried another attack, and were■ beaten off

a third time. This dashed ●their spirits, and they sent a canoe● to call to their aid five hundred of● their warriors who were muste●red near the mouth of the Richelieu. Thes■e were the allies wh

om, but for this untowar●d check, they were on their way to j

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ect thwarte●d by a few French and Indians enscon■ced in a paltry redoubt, scarcely● better than a cattle-pen; b■ut they were forced to digest the af●front as best they might. Meanwhil●e, crouched behind trees and logs, ■they beset the fort, haras

sing its defenders■ day and night with a spattering fire and a con■stant menace of attack. Thus fiv●e days passed. Hunger, thirst, and want■ of sleep wrought fatally on the strength o■f the French and their allies, who, pent up ■together in their narrow prison, fought and p■rayed by turns. Deprived as they were of ■water, they could not swallow the■ crushed Indian corn, or “hominy,” whi■ch was their only food. Some of them, under co●ver of a brisk fire, ran down to the river and● filled such small vessels as they had; but this■ pittance only tantalized their ■thirst. They dug a hole in th?/p>

鰁 fort, and were rewarded at ●last by a little muddy water o

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g on their side. These renegades now shou■ted to their countrymen in the ●fort, telling them that a fresh army wa■s close at hand; that they would ■soon be attacked by seven or eight hundred w●arriors; and that their only hope was in join●ing the I

roquois, who would receive ●them as friends. Annahotaha’s followers, half d■ead with thirst and famine, listened to their ■seducers, took the bait, and, one, two, or ●three at a time, climbed the palisade and ran o●ver to the enemy, amid the hootings and execra■tions of those whom they deserted. The●ir chief stood firm; and when he saw hi●s nephew, La Mouche, join th●e other fugitives, he fired his pistol at him in● a rage. The four Algonquins, ●who had no mercy to hope for,■ stood fast, with the courage of d●espair. On the fifth day an uproar of une●arthly yells from seven hundred sa●vag

e throats, mingled with a clattering salute ●of musketry, tol

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ake a general assault, and vol■unteers were called for to lead■ the attack. After the custom

on such occ●asions, bundles of small sticks were

t●hrown upon the ground, and th■o

se picked them up who dared■, thus accepting the gage

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of bat●tle, and enrolling themselves in the forl●orn hope. No precaution was neglected. Larg●e and heavy shields four or five feet high wer●e made by lashing toget

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