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is absolutely necessary in t●he place to which I am [Pg 312] going. ■I pray you, my dear sir, to give me once more■ all the help you can. I have great enemies,■ who have succeeded in all they have undertake■n. I do not pretend to resist the●m, but only to justify myself, so that I can

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pur●sue by sea the plans I have begun here by land.■" This was what he had proposed to himself● from the first; that is, to aban■don the difficult access through Cana■da, beset with enemies, and open a way ■to his western domain through the ■Gulf and the Mississippi. This was the a

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im ●of all his toilsome explorations. C■ould he have accomplished his first intention ■of building a vessel on the Illinois and de■scending in h

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er to the Gulf, he would hav●e been able to defray in good measure● the costs of the enterprise by ■means of the furs and buffalo-hides collected

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●on the way and carried in her to Fr■ance. With a fleet of canoes, ■this was impossible; and there was nothing to o■ffset the enormous outlay w

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hi■ch he and his associates had made. He■ meant, as we have seen, to found on ■the banks of the Illinois a colony of French ■and Indians to answ

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er the double purpose of a bu■lwark against the Iroquois a■nd a place of storage for the f●urs of a

ll the western tribes; and he hop■ed in the following year to secure an out●let for this colony and for all the trade o●f the valley

of the Mississippi, by ■occupying the mouth of that river w●ith a fort and another colony. This, to?/p>

駉, was an essential part of his or■iginal design. But for his illness, he wo●uld have gone to France [Pg ●313] to provide for its

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execution. Me■anwhile, he

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ave all winter in cas?/a>

Tonty to collect

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● as many men as possible, and begin the project●ed co

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