Journey In Search Of The Red Indians In Newfoundland By W. E. Cormack














































































































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their proceedings being known, they killed and then cut off the heads
of the two English hostages; and - Page 19
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To Prevent Their Proceedings Being Known, They Killed And Then Cut Off The Heads Of The Two English Hostages; And,

On the same afternoon on which Captain B. had left them, they were in full retreat across the lake, with

Baggage, children, &c. The whole of them afterwards spent the remainder of the winter together, at a place twenty to thirty miles to the south-west, on the south-east side of the lake. On Captain B.'s return to the lake next day or the day after, the cause of the scene there was inexplicable; and it remained a mystery until now, when we can gather some facts relating to these people from the Red Indian woman Shawnawdithit.]

***END OF MR. W. E. CORMACK'S JOURNEY IN SEARCH OF THE RED INDIANS IN NEWFOUNDLAND***

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