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But between the buildings the dark, muddy water moved in a powerful stream and, as Dorion unluckily broke his oar, the boat was swept with irresistible force past the corner of the womens apartment out into the garden. Here it struck against the tops of some bushes and suddenly struck fast between the trunks of two trees concealed at the bottom by the water and at the top by leaves. It required a long time and much exertion to release it from this position, and the task was not accomplished until after the water had reached a level in the flooded streets, so that the current was less swift. When they at last succeeded in getting back to the womens apartment, they found it impossible to save Simonides and his daughter without the help of a ladder.Maira did not sleep much that night. The next morning she was surprised not to see Doris flitting about the house, and having found Clyties room empty, she did not doubt that her daughter was in the garden with her favorite attendant. She went there and called repeatedly; but, when silence was the only reply, a presentiment of misfortune darted through her mind. She hurried back to Clyties chamber, searched it, found the papyrus note on the pillow, and read its contents with breathless haste.
Rhaiboskels! Bow-legs! he shouted, his voice echoing far over the plain, where did you get your shield? Vimont, Relation, 1645, 22, 23. He adds, that, "if these people are barbarous in deed, they have thoughts worthy of Greeks and Romans."
"Out on the veranda," said a passing dancer.Around behind the stable.
 From June, 1639, to June, 1640, about a thousand persons were baptized. Of these, two hundred and sixty were infants, and many more were children. Very many died soon after baptism. Of the whole number, less than twenty were baptized in health,a number much below that of the preceding year. Buteux, Narr, MS.
 There is a rude plan of the establishment in La Hontan, though in several editions its value is destroyed by the reversal of the plate.
The Fathers are well agreed that their difficulties did not arise from any natural defect of understanding on the part of the Indians, who, according to Chaumonot, were more intelligent than the French peasantry, and who, in some instances, showed in their way a marked capacity. It was the inert mass of pride, sensuality, indolence, and superstition that opposed the march of the Faith, and in which the Devil lay intrenched as behind impregnable breastworks.