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Edinburgh Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1760, Edinburgh, Midlothian T H E ED IN BO M OW Vbt. tt. I? From WEDNESDAY MARCH 12. to SATURDAY MARCH ic. 1760. i T'7 i' i: i' far titulars wlaling to ajutopb calied tin Hatchet, in th'e Remarkable contrail hath ap- peared in the French hiftory, between the .manners of the people confidered is Individuals, and tneif poiicka; coqdiia fttfobi.'. It nijift be in the cdt ajfi: they .huniafeey and Slue above neigh boar cruel, tnfoTem, arid Qfjall. nations The barbarous planner in which they have car- war in Am'ejica; favours brutality, 'than the'hoiti- pf a ciyjized people. Even their joafied _ -Aftootcalni countenanced ticn inhuman, cruelties upon the Engtiih Fort William-Henry, and Ticpnderpga, as wouidliave an ArabianJfre'e- or '.frcncK. on to 0; they nave acted Cr-iy'i; i..ik'..s ji of the .Indians c. tbeV've wy ip: guijfteg from a 't jf'.i'. i .'.i: t the tfc genjrfentfs of th'euv' maoneri, 'anifl the 'pro? Pi "-V -i" nitv nnf Hw 4 v r. -Tf lerence in. They worftiipped tlj'e fire, the ancient Magi, and ney.erBuffered it to PC totally extinguiflj.ed and .prefcrve'd an ancient tradition, appeared that .they, uader condoft of (tljeir princes. froiD parts pf.. prpbaoiy .Peru, vvhen their county ppWejrfpl army of Jliey, cpuld Vithftand. pf .fir'eat. Soil Sj all ere i Suns, an ippefi ajiojn r' to Tamil v' rnval r i of thefe them with all the with {hem pn'krms of toe mpi! fjriendfhip'lentil commander of-tne fort dfovej: them rebellion by ac> of vio- j ience and opprefliQh and then the. general f 9 u J-Wj _. tT r J.I T T taeiu nom- >Vas extirga- led. M. who the biftpry i jprovince and had pitched hTs hab.ta- lion-hard byAe chief village of Natches. learned their language, and con- tracted .a fnendihip'and intimacy wkh the Great Son, and his brother, a mighty war'- rior, known by the name of the Pointed Serpfent. 1'hefe two chiefs each their Wfffj fuch affeftion, as a that the one ihould not iuwve che other. 1'hc Pointed Serpem, bdtfg ken Hi, was reduced to extremity, -aad nieii oi the nation, to the jj, knowing is they did, that afe the Great Sun to in which cafe his be by the whole nation. Ail tfae through the viflu- now waited in the tooil dreaJful for' the %nal to attend the m.anesof; otcttijp.' Our author being inform- ed vifited the Great; and endeavoared to difluade him from' executing this ram reCblution. fie feemed be 'coftyihced j and ptdniifed' to dX advice then tbge-' to the cibinof the Pointed breathed his laft. His bro- ther fo be Pvffiyfeelmed rotv, ni iig to hijj dwtt liur; ced He is dead -for tnis tjian her af forthwith] of watery {being H to favourte who with a keltic faiuted hi? prihce s J gpjag pnt of a .vijlage .ta ,ySr froni this much s p. a .and ported frjpBj.hinAiaiorner, rDpi Hfej but tentiontto keep. Da finely, with ;iome wha n tharthiey jjigj in calb fhey their to I t. tions, repaired to thg hot, of the 4ay in teetr c.lad; In his beft apparel, painted vermilion, bufjcened for a a coronet pf red and y hi JiJ5 arms. of a douWeHterreHed gun, piftoi, a bow, and quiver arrows, and A wooden btodgcom. were tied to the bed on 'which he lay j 'and around it they had rat -ged all thf calomets of peace which he had received in his life-rime; with a long pmt- ed pok, to which was a kind of bfik compofed 6f aiiniber oi enemies whom ht in battle, body was fUrrooftded by hi, prefemed hiiii wkk s; feif -feeing he dfc not eac, d; What! wilt not food we offer- It is no longer to thy rafte and 4re we 'and our vices longer pleafing in 'thy no niore, we hear fhee (peajc as choit tvalj Wont.' donfatlefs thott arr dead --yes k to ;the land of foiffe haft us, ftttyet cp retarnf WkV e words, he fet ttp ii afl "thV ''joined ViiSa n it was repeated dther fSn rfcor witii s ,a ,f i i hidepiw of 2 f -f T V4, I {1C Jjvo wives of'the deceiftdi 6r f 'his jBnd'loml' ql4 and to bf TkSl fH you are aittieted my .hufbahd': wue it is> afHicliott ooth to o'ur and "fptbpth the it corne> bf ftjs His ears were filled .with tjtdefs of the Frenc'hV'he WWT but there is in Jhe1andf of 1 >i i 'teii that I 'hayei5 denpj af of -jliii rieve djlierejFbre, of ipirics we J t kjjvf f'-' VJ- in that'. gee, have abundance cf be expbfed to Se cajami-' o7 war, ztH arid fantily. Thfther I fcojng J.ihap leave my poor ,bjabes wjltSpurif'ajtjSer, mother: when' vnn p pnea, nobjp remember father was dear you and .proved Irmielf a .faft friend ,to vour i .navipg made this .pathtric..harangue, me refuiped her place About the'dawn of day, ML "Du Prarz .and] hjs frieadi. were waked in a hurry by one "of NEWS.PAPES.fiR CHI ;