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Doc■uments on the Seigniorial Tenure; Ab●stracts of Titles. Most of t●hese grants, like those on the ■Richelieu, were made by Talon i■n 1672; but

the land had, in many● cases, been occupied and cleared i●n anticipation of the title. the wilder■ness was broken only by a solitary trading■ station on the neighbor

ing Is●le Perot. Now cross Lake St. Louis, shoot● the rapids of La Chine, and follow the so●uthern shore downward. Here the seigniories of L●ongueuil, Boucherville, Yare

nnes, Ve■rchères, and Contrecoeur were already begun●. From the fort of Sorel one could v■isit the military seigniories along t●he Richelieu or descend towards Quebec, p

ass●ing on the way those of Lussaudière,■ Becancour, Lobinière, and others still in a■ shapeless infancy. Even far below Quebe■c, at St. Anne de la Pocatière, River Ou

elle, a■nd other points, cabins and c●learings greeted the eye of the pass●ing canoeman. For a year or two, the settler●’s initiation was a rough one; but when ■he had a few acres under tillage● he could support himself and his family ■on the produce, aided by hun●ting, if he knew how to use a gun, and by t■he bountiful profusion of eel●s which the St. Lawrence never failed to■ yield in their season, and which, smoked ■or salted, supplied his larde■r for mont

hs. In winter he hewed timber, sawed ●planks, or split shingles for the mark●et of Quebec, obtaining in return such ■necessaries as he required. With thrift and h■ard work he was sure of comfort a■t last; but the former habits of the m●ilitary settlers and of many of th●e others were not fa

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vorable to a ■routine of dogged industry. The samen●ess and solitude of their new● life often became insufferable; nor,● marri

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ed as they had been, was the d●omestic hearth likely to supply much conso●lation. Yet, thrifty or not, they multiplied ●apace.

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“A poor man,” says M●other Mary, “will have eight childre■n and more, who run about in winter with b●are heads and bare fee

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