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around them were on the point of revolt. C■arheil wrote that they threatened openly ■to throw

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themselves into the arm●s of the Iroquois and the English; th●at they declared that the prote

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ct■ion of Onontio was an illusi■on and a snare; that they 202 once mi■stook the French for wa

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rriors, b●ut saw now that they were no match for the ●Iroquois, whom they had tame■ly allowed

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to butcher them at Montreal, without ●even daring to defend themselves; ■that when the French invaded the Senecas they■ did nothing but cut down corn and break cano■es, and since that time they had■ done nothin

g but beg peace for t■hemselves, forgetful of their a●llies, whom they expected to b

ear t●he brunt of the war, and then le■ft to their fate; that they had surrendered ?/p>

駎hrough cowardice the prisoners they had ●caught by treachery, and this, t●oo, at a

time when the Iroquois were burn●ing French captives in all their towns; and,■ fina