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one, and Canada was ●sealed from the world for half a year, a mortal● illness fell upon the governo■r. On the twenty-second, he had str■en

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gth enough to dictate his will,■ seated in an easy-chair in his chamber ■at the chateau. His colleague and adversary, Cha●mpigny, often came

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to visit hi●m, and did all in his power t■o soothe his last moments. The rec●onciliation between them was complet■e. One of his Récollet fr

iends,● Father Olivier Goyer,

his seventy-ei●ghth year

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. He was greatly beloved by the ■humbler classes, who, days before his de●ath, beset the chateau, praising● and lamenting him. Many of higher statio●n shared the popular grief. "He was t●he love and delight of New Fran■ce," says one of 429 them: "ch■urchmen honored him for his piety, nobles ●esteemed him for his valor, mer■chants respected him for his e■quity, and the people loved him ?/p>

駀or his kindness." [1]

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"He was the fathe■r of the poor," says another,■ "the protector of the oppressed, and a ●perfect model of virtue and piety." [2] An Ursu■line nun regrets him as the frie■nd and patron of her sisterhood, and so● also does the sup

erior of the H●?tel-Dieu. [3] His most cons■picuous though not his bitter■est opponent,

the intendant Champig■ny, thus announced his death t■o the court: "I venture to send th

is le●tter by way of New England to tel■l you that Monsieur le Comte ■de Frontenac died on

the twen■ty-eighth of last month, with the sentiment■s of a true Christian. After■ all the

disputes we have had together, yo■u will hardly believe, Monseigneur, how■ truly and dee

ply I am touched by his deat●h. He treated me during his illness ■in a manner so o

bliging, that I shou●ld be utterl

This is an important port of call in the Pacific, where all the mail

pigny a reliquary wh■ich he had long been accustomed■ to wear. For the rest, he gave ●f

ifteen hundred livres to the

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